Good Boy! Dogs Know What You're Saying, Study SuggestsScientists have found evidence to support what many dog owners have long believed: Man's best friend really does understand some of what we're saying.
Hero Officer Rescues Dog From Burning Car In IndianaAs a car erupted in flames along a Northwest Indiana expressway, inside was some precious cargo.
Louisiana Rescue Animals Looking For New Homes In MarylandSome dogs caught in the Louisiana floodwaters will soon get their second chance here in Maryland.
BARCS Celebrating Ravens Kickoff With Ravens Cheerleaders, Waived FeesBARCS Animal Shelter in Baltimore is waiving their adoption fees for the day to celebrate the Ravens 2016 season kickoff.
Five Tips For Getting A New Dog Adjusted To Your HouseholdAdding a new four-legged member to your family? Get them acclimated to their new home with these tips from Alexandra Kleinkpof, author of "The Rescue Dog Bucket List."
When & Where To Watch: Puppy Bowl & Kitten BowlHallmark Channel and Animal Planet will be hosting their very own types of Super Bowls: Kitten Bowl III and Puppy Bowl XII.
Hundreds Of Pets Up For Adoption At BARCS, Fee WaivedA critical situation is developing at one of Baltimore's animal shelters. Hundreds of dogs and cats are now up for adoption.
2 Dogs Die, 2 Rescued In Hagerstown FireTwo dogs have died and two others have been rescued after a Hagerstown home's kitchen caught on fire.
'Pawject Runway' Promotes Pet Adoption, Raises Funds For Local ShelterIt's the hippest fashion show in town and it happens Friday night at the Royal Farms Arena.
Ask A Baltimore Expert: How To Keep Your Pet Cool This SummerKrystl Dontell-Sasser is the General Manager of SoBo Dog Daycare & Spa. As a child Dontell-Sasser helped her mother foster and rehabilitate dogs that were severely abused. Dontell-Sasser said she feels like she understands dogs more than people. She provides five tips on how to keep your pet cool this summer.
Dogs & Cats Left In Stifling Hot Cars A Dangerous TrendThis time of year is when police start seeing pets trapped in hot cars--because what feels good to us, can be deadly to them. Between Maryland's heat and humidity, cars quickly become death-traps for animals with no way out.
45 Days Home Detention In Western Md. Animal Cruelty CaseA Cumberland man has been given 45 days of home confinement for letting nine dogs starve to death in an empty house.