Your dog’s body language conveys so much information. It’s up to us to learn to read the signals. One of those messages is simply a call to playtime.
Delaware County SPCA In Need Of Donations, Adoptive Families After Rescuing Dogs From ‘Desperate’ Situation
The SPCA says the dogs were taken from a private shelter in Georgetown, Del. that was facing bankruptcy.
It’s called “Operation Special Delivery,” and the life-saving event, organized by nonprofit Pilots N Paws, will bring 65 animals to Lumberton, NJ.
Veterinarian Karyn Collier, who works at the Saint Francis Veterinary Center, is trying to get to the bottom of a disturbing trend; dogs vaccinated against the flu are suffering from a flu-like virus.
On Tuesday, September 10th, the stadium will hold its inaugural “Phillies Bark in the Park,” a night for Phillies-loving dog owners and their pups.
Chris continues covering the developments from Washington as the President prepares to launch a military operation against Syria. He also discusses Mayor Michael Nutter’s response to criticism from the teachers union and he talks to Queen Latifah before the launch of her syndicated daytime television show.
For two hours on Sept. 2nd, Morey’s Piers Ocean Oasis Waterpark will be opening up its pools to man’s best friend.
A local nonprofit is asking volunteers to lace up their sneakers and run for shelter animals.
Choosing to adopt a dog or cat with disabilities is an important decision. It’s important for the welfare of the animal that your emotions do not override common sense.
This weekend, guests can learn about the role of animals throughout the prison’s history – from unwelcome creepy crawlies to Eastern State’s former mascot, Pep the Dog.
If you can’t stand to watch more than two seconds of the ASPCA commercial – you know the one — without bursting into tears, this one’s for you.
As caregivers, we must limit where and when our dogs pursue prey so as to protect them from the prey and other dangers they may encounter.
New Jersey became one of the first states to ticket drivers up to $1000 for keeping unrestrained animals in the front seat of the car, on the driver’s lap, or even partially out the window.
The Burlington County Animal Shelter will be offering the special, aptly being called the “Cat and Dog Days of Summer,” throughout the month.