Canvassing will take place in Aston Township, Glenolden, Lansdowne, and surrounding communities.
In this week’s Angie’s List report are some things you should think about before deciding where to board your pet.
Most animal cruelty laws specifically do not cover farm animals under the definition of which animals are protected from cruel treatment.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan teamed up with non-profit Delaware Valley Consumers’ Checkbook to find out which veterinarians rate the best in our region.
The 200-foot Great Ape Trail debuted to the public on Thursday morning. The zoo’s orangutans, Tua and Batu, have been trying it out for several days.
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A beautiful horse looks right at home grazing in a pen at 3-D Farm in Alloway Township. The trouble is that this isn’t her home.
There’s a new alternative to dog kennels. A business has been unleashed in about 12 cities nationwide that matches your dog with a host to watch your pet in their home.
Veterinarian Dr. Sally Bisset spoke to Pat about how to deal with your pet’s upset stomach.
Spring brings blooms and blossoms, but also a bounty in one area that causes problems. It’s kitten season.
Much like their human counterparts, many pets are packing on the pounds.
The concept has been around for about 15 years but pet health insurance is more popular than ever with a variety of plan options.
The New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is adding a new position to its staff that may be more familiar to fans of human-centered crime shows.
Police executed a warrant late Thursday at the home on the 4800 block of N. 8th Street in the Olney section of the city, where they discovered eighteen adult dogs and eight puppies.