Saturday runners and walkers hit Patterson Park along with their four-legged friends.
This weekend, an autograph extravaganza drew hundreds of Orioles fans to the state’s largest animal shelter. Meeting the players was just a perk, as the team is hoping to boost pet adoptions.
Almost 200,000 stray cats live on Baltimore City streets. Now, there’s a push to help reduce Charm City’s stray cat population.
Another upsetting case of animal cruelty. This time, Baltimore police arrest a woman after she leaves her two dogs in a hot car–and one dies.
An outbreak of respiratory infections forces a local animal rescue shelter to stop accepting unwanted or abused dogs.
Going to bat for a good cause. That’s what some of Baltimore’s Orioles are doing for a local animal shelter.
Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS) says it will temporarily suspend intake of dogs, due to an outbreak of respiratory infections among the shelter’s canine population.
In just the past week, three horrific cases of animal abuse were reported in Baltimore. The cases come as the city’s own anti-animal abuse advisory commission released a damning report.
Shelters and pit bull owners say they’re now feeling the effects of a controversial ruling that labeled pit bulls as inherently dangerous.
A dog is discovered clinging to life inside a Baltimore City trash can.
When the Orioles take on the Nationals at Camden Yards it won’t be the only battle between Baltimore and Washington this weekend. Another one is brewing Saturday, and it’s all about food.
A raid on a West Baltimore home turns up more than the drugs police were expecting. They also broke up a dog fighting ring. WJZ digs deeper into dog fighting with some surprising results.