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.
Anne Arundel County Animal Control officials say a second domestic potbellied pig seen living for weeks around an office park near the Baltimore-Washington Parkway in Linthicum has been safely captured.
Frederick County authorities say they’re investigating the fatal shooting of an alpaca.
Animal Control has already collected 188 bats this year. A dozen tested positive for rabies, compared to 11 of 222 bats in all of 2010.
Frederick County animal-control officers are weighing charges after removing 95 dogs from a home in Brunswick.
An elderly woman is at Shock Trauma Wednesday after being mauled by pit bulls in her Gambrills home.