When Kris Gamayo first adopted her pit bull, Moki, she knew easing her into life with her other animals - two guinea pigs - would be a process. At first, she'd keep Frida and Pandora, the guinea pigs, separated from Moki, before she eventually eased into letting the pittie sniff and lick them while they lie on her lap.
If you're considering a new pet for your family, the New Hampshire SPCA is asking that you think outside the box. The shelter has several potbelly pigs that need new homes and more pigs are being surrendered every week.
Do you have a hard time saying goodbye to your dog in the morning? If the answer is "yes," there's some good news for you. More and more companies are letting their employees bring their canine companions to the workplace. Save the Date: Help Clear the Shelters on August 18
A terminally ill dog now has a family to help him make the most of his final days. Smoke, a 10-year-old hound mix with cancer, was adopted Thursday. Adding to the good news, the Animal Welfare League of Arlington said volunteers helped check two items off his extensive bucket list: he visited Nationals Park and rode in a police car.
Can you help a terminally ill dog make the most of his final days? Smoke, a 10-year-old hound mix, has cancer. But the Animal Welfare League of Arlington is hoping someone will adopt him and help check items off his bucket list. The list includes getting a full-body doggie massage and getting his own Instagram account.