It’s brutality that stretches from the Dark Ages to modern Baltimore–the vicious business of dog fighting. It’s a crime in Maryland.
Thousands of pet owners anxiously await the outcome of bills that would nullify a controversial court ruling that pit bulls are inherently dangerous.
Since WJZ brought you the story of an officer shooting and killing a family’s dog in Anne Arundel County, we’ve received an outpouring of responses demanding answers. We’re staying on the investigation and looking into whether anyone can prevent this from happening.
In Anne Arundel County, a burglary investigation took a tragic turn when an officer shot and killed a beloved family dog. Now that family is calling for justice.
The General Assembly will make another attempt to take the bite out of a court ruling that declared pit bulls inherently dangerous.
A Maryland family’s dog that went missing on a holiday trip to Maine has been found after surviving more than a week of sub-zero temperatures and severe winter storms.
A major milestone is being marked in Baltimore, and it centers on the area’s cats and dogs.
A Hagerstown man faces animal cruelty charges in the fatal burning of a Chihuahua.
Worcester County health officials say a family dog in Snow Hill has tested positive for rabies.
A toddler is hospitalized after a neighbor’s dog bit off a portion of his nose.
A man has been arrested in connection with a fire that trapped two Chihuahuas earlier this week.
A disturbing case of animal cruelty in Prince George’s County. Police found a hungry male pit bull abandoned in an apartment on Yardarm Way in Laurel.