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The famous 27 puppies that survived a Las Vegas pet store fire will be raffled off, with tickets costing $250 each.
Guess what? No matter how guilty your dog looks, it has no idea what you’re talking about and feels no remorse.
“Marlon” is part triton cockatoo and part urban legend.
A beautiful husky named Blaze wants absolutely nothing to do with his kennel and freely speaks his mind.
So Santa left a new pet under the Christmas tree. Congratulations, to both of you. And now that the frenetic activity of the holiday season is over, it’s time to start integrating your new housemate into your family’s normal household routine.
There were stories about shootings and other violent crimes. Fires, flash floods and heartrending stories of human loss. But there were stories of human triumph, too.
Onion the dog has won a reprieve from the Nevada Supreme Court just in time for Christmas.
A cat accurately named Waffles the Terrible fails miserably attempting to jump from one snowy surface to another.
An Indiana woman said she expects to be reunited with her dog Wednesday after he wandered 45 miles from home following a tornado last month and was adopted by a new owner.
A cat-and-mouse game played out in a Chinese village some 5,300 years ago is helping scientists understand how wild felines transformed into the tame pets we know today.
Canada is the new home each year for hundreds of small abandoned dogs from Las Vegas, the result of a special program carried out by Foreclosed Upon Pets Inc.
Apartment and condo managers, dogged by complaints of dog doo, are turning to DNA testing to identify the culprits who don’t clean up after their pets.
Social media allows people to connect to each other. Now they can connect to animals as well.
In the short time Susan Sayegh fostered her pit bull Sadie, she fell in love. “She is a wonderful little girl,” she said. “I didn’t want to let her go.” As fate had it, Sayegh didn’t have to. After Sadie had a rough time with her owner, Sayegh adopted her.
Tarantulas are the heaviest, hairiest, scariest spiders on the planet. They have fangs, claws and barbs. They can regrow body parts and be as big as dinner plates, and the females eat the males after mating. But there are many people who call these creepy critters a pet or a passion and insist their beauty is worth the risk of a bite.
When it comes to the dangerous proliferation of big cats such as lions and tigers in the homes of private owners throughout the state, the roar of protest from Nevada’s devoted animal rights activists is reduced to a gentle meow.
A University of California, Berkeley law school graduate who beheaded an exotic bird at a Strip hotel last year was sent to a prison boot camp on Tuesday as part of a plea deal he hopes will eventually drop his felony conviction to a misdemeanor.
A trendy Las Vegas condo hotel is expanding its services to four-legged companions and their owners who are looking for a relaxing vacation on the Strip.
Horseman’s Park hosted a grand opening of renovated areas of the park late last month. Upgrades at the 30-plus-acre equestrian facility at 5800 E. Flamingo Road include a new front entrance sign and landscaping, new perimeter fencing around the park...
PETALUMA, Calif. — A huge-headed, duck-footed mix of beagle, boxer and basset hound was the upset winner at the 25th annual World’s Ugliest Dog Contest.
Some Parisians want just a little bit more of their city to go to the dogs.