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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.
When visitors stop by the Clemens home, Duke and Louis barrel toward them, jump in their laps and sniff them.
Pet owners don’t have to be reminded that summer in Las Vegas is a delicate time for their beloved animal — be it dog, cat, pot-bellied pig or bird. While it’s fine to let Fido run around all day in October, it’s an entirely different environment when Fido goes outside in July.
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.