A family dog goes missing after its owner’s body is found floating in the waters of Patapsco Valley State Park. Animal Control is now searching for the 7-year-old pit bull.
The troubling trend of animal cruelty once again surfaces in Baltimore. This, despite a Baltimore City police officer’s efforts to save an injured dog trapped in a sewer.
A dog is safe after being removed from a sinkhole in Frederick, a rescue effort that took six hours.
An urgent plea from a Baltimore County couple. Their puppy is missing after their home was robbed. But this is no ordinary puppy. He’s deaf, raising fears he may be abandoned.
An 81-year-old great-grandmother is placed behind bars for a minor pet violation committed nearly a year ago. The Harford County woman says she tried paying thousands of dollars in fines but couldn’t afford them.
Baltimore City Police Officer Charged With Beating And Choking Girlfriend’s 7-Month-Old Puppy To Death
A shocking case of animal cruelty out of Montgomery County, where a Baltimore City cop is accused of choking his girlfriend’s dog to death.
The Maryland Senate has approved a measure that would hold dog owners liable for bites, but give owners a chance to rebut a presumption of liability in court.
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.