— Larry Wallace was finally arrested on suspicion of pouring kerosene on a puppy and causing horrific burns over half her body.
— Display the ASPCA's main color to raise awareness during Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month.
— Reading about abuse leaves me feeling helpless and depressed -- I just can't click those headlines!
— Roxy the Chihuahua survives, but only because an alert police officer saw her being dragged.
— "I personally have no use for him," says one longtime fan of the NFL team.
— Authorities say most of the bodies are probably the victims of dog fighting operations.
— A Pittsburgh woman is suspected of stealing Thor the Siberian Husky and having him euthanized.
— "It literally looked like they had taken a butcher's knife, had basically taken a stab into her abdominal cavity. They went through a mammary gland. It was very jagged."
— The couple who abandoned Otto at a shelter asking for his euthanasia turn out to be neither elderly nor destitute as they'd claimed in a note.
— Mya the Lab was turned upside down near a keg; students posted a Twitter photo and were arrested.
— When officers arrived, Gizmo's eyes were swollen shut and he wasn't breathing well, but he's expected to make a full recovery.
— "Contagious" describes the enthusiasm in this video shown by dogs rescued from puppy mills.
— Authorities and residents suspect the same person who in 2013 poisoned several dogs and killed one.
— The Winter Olympics gave Russia a chance to show its disdain for animals as well as dissent.
— Mourad Gabriel is working toward banning a pesticide popular with illegal marijuana farmers.
— The writer uses compassion rather than vitriol in addressing the former owner of the dog, Cathy.
— Progress is being made, but the horrific conditions and brutish lives of puppy mill dogs continue.
— Not all Russians are to blame for this mess; some have gone to great lengths to rescue dogs.
— In the Las Vegas store were 27 puppies, but the sprinkler system activated and they were rescued.
— The Olympic Animal Sanctuary's owner skipped town, surrendering 124 dogs to a rescue group.
— The judge was required by law to increase a previously levied fine, but that's all he would do.
— Dogs from Flat Creek Border Collies were underfed with worm infections and dental problems.
— The rally was in response to a Foxhound named Fionn, who was found abused and near death yet whose owner faces no criminal charges.
— Those who attack or let another animal attack a guide dog will face 18 months behind bars and a $10,000 fine, plus compensation.
— A story about three Pit Bulls stolen from an Arkansas shelter got me thinking: How can we prevent this?
— Thirty-four people were arrested at the highly organized dog fight, which even had a food truck.
— Revlon escaped from her Nashville foster home and was found on the interstate. Surgery is next.
— This puppy mill on wheels was run by Country Boys Pets, which has been cited for violations.
— He is expected to make a full recovery, but he and his pal had a horrible night in the cold weather.
— Christopher Dillingham faced 20 years for animal cruelty and explosives charges. What happened?
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