Dangerous dogs–terrorizing parts of Central Maryland. Frederick County farmers say a pair of dogs on the loose has killed dozens of their animals.
Call it instinct or call it aggression. Either way, the outcome is still shock and sadness for a Pasadena family whose pet goats were mauled to death.
Dozens of animals, including many exotic pets, were seized from a home in Anne Arundel County. Now the person living at that home is speaking to WJZ.
Authorities are trying to determine how a 5-foot-long rat snake ended up along a roadway in Towson over the weekend.
Two dogs chase and attack children and an adult. It was caught on tape in Washington, D.C.’s Trinidad neighborhood. Now neighbors say those dogs are still at large even though they know the owners.
It’s another disturbing case of animal abuse. A pit bull is found severely beaten and abandoned.
Abused and left for dead. A pygmy goat found wandering in Anne Arundel County with a chain embedded in its neck is now safe in a new home.
A female goat is recovering after being found wandering with a heavy chain around her neck near Linthicum, and authorities are trying to find the goat’s owner.
Animal control officials say a microchip helped them reunite a family with a dog that went missing more than four years ago.
An ethics complaint has been filed against a Frederick County Animal Control employee who appears in a video praising a pet advocacy organization she co-directs.
Armed with search warrants earlier this month, Animal Control officers removed some 150 cats from a house in Thurmont, Frederick County. Sixty-eight of them were dead.
Anne Arundel County Animal Control has some unique visitors to its shelter: two potbelly pigs.