“Pets on the Couch” by Nicholas Dodman maintains that humans’ and animals’ minds and emotions work in similar ways.
At Gray Paws Sanctuary in North Versailles, Joe Brescia and his wife, Darla Poole-Brescia, welcome dogs to live out the rest of their lives.
Orphans of the Storm shelter on the outskirts of Kittanning is packed with more than 100 cats and dogs with dozens more in foster homes.
Ohio woman recounts how a golden retriever changed her life in her book, “Dog Medicine: How My Dog Saved Me From Myself.”
Salmonella cases are skyrocketing around the country as more and more people keep chicken coops.
At the WearWoof shop in Ross, Dolly announces her candidacy. She may not win, but she hopes to raise $250,000 for spay-neuter programs.
The FDA continues to alert consumers to be cautious with the use of a jerky product, despite lack of hard scientific evidence.
A judge gave a Hill District property owner 30 days to get rid of the bird, but even professionals have been unable to catch it.
Eight canines are finalists in a contest that recognizes those who serve and save in so many ways.
Each dog is custom-trained to meet the needs of a specific human partner; the cost for each dog is $22,000.
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