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Everything you need to know about taking care of your pet and helping animals in need is available at the annual Family, Fur & Fun Festival on Oct. 19 at Exploration Park in the Mountain’s Edge master-planned community. The free event is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
BEDFORD, Mass. — The American Gerbil Society’s annual pageant brought dozens of rodents scurrying to New England this weekend for a chance to win “top gerbil.”
Dog owner Pam Hall, 55, considers herself a bit extreme when it comes to caring for her two furry friends.
RENO — The bodies of more than a dozen dogs that were shot to death and dumped on the outskirts of a rural town likely all came from the same place, deputies said Tuesday.
LONDON — The London zoo is taking stock of an animal you don’t often find behind bars, launching what it says is the first interactive map of the British capital’s domestic cats.
The city of Henderson will host its 10th annual Bark in the Park from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the new Cornerstone Park, 1600 Wigwam Parkway.
Gabriele Pruitt lost her dog, Stacy, last February but never gave up hope the pup would be found. A fortuitous trip to the dog groomers with a newly adopted pet led to an unexpected reunion.
With warmer weather comes the buds of spring, the return of birds and the unmistakable yowling of mating cats.
After years of taking in people's unwanted pets, the Desert Tortoise Conservation Center at the valley's southwestern edge is desperately trying to get out of the shelter business.
Kelly Haugh is looking forward to marching in the presidential inaugural parade Monday, but more important to her is making sure people take note of her four-legged companion, Kinnick.
David Mare will go to the ends of the earth to see a beautiful cat. But when he gets there, he takes a closer look than most cat lovers. But that is to be expected from one of the most respected judges of pedigreed cats in the world.
The urban renewal effort known as the Downtown Project is going beyond improving Las Vegas for human inhabitants. It's adding upgrades for dogs. Cathy Brooks, a transplant from San Francisco, is working on a membership-based dog park near Fremont...
There are two lounges, blowout stations and six vanity mirrors, each lined with nail polish bottles across the bottom. You might be guessing the new tenant at Tivoli Village is a salon. Right and wrong.
A Las Vegas spay-and-neuter ordinance is credited for reducing the city's unwanted animal population, but officials from nonprofit veterinarian clinics say they will need more city support for the success to continue. Michele Freeman, the city's...
Residents express concern about coyotes in residential areas
When Ryan David finished eulogizing former KSNV-TV, Channel 3 weatherman John Fredericks on Saturday, calling him "the best friend ever," the 22-year-old went to the back of the stage.
Arica Dorff is having a good year. The 33-year-old owns a thriving pet photography business that last year doubled its square footage. She is happily married to risk manager John Dorff. Her Weimaraner dogs, Duke and Drake, and her guinea pig, Harley...
If anyone would have told Chris Sellman 4½ years ago that he would own a dog, let alone a guide dog, he would have said they were nuts. But after serious and sudden medical problems, Sellman is the proud owner of Obi, a 4-year-old black Labrador retriever whom he met about two years ago.
The Puppy Up! Walk is planned for Nov. 3 at Bruce Trent Park to benefit the 2 Million Dogs Foundation, which is helping fund canine cancer research and its link to human cancer.
MINDEN - A Douglas County man was sentenced to 30 days in jail Monday and became the first adult in Nevada sentenced to jail time under the new state law that makes mutilation and torture of an animal a felony. Rodney Shoop, 54, of Indian Hills...
This is a story about a boy and his dog, as all good stories should be. The boy was born and raised in Texas, the son of a doctor. He grew into a businessman. For a while, the boy-turned-businessman had a pretty girlfriend who liked dogs, and so...