Most pet owners know how to care for their animals in the home, but what about when they’re on the road?
Marmie Ziglar has given up washing her dog on her own, especially since it calls for an apron and an hour of her time. Getting covered in water and fur isn’t all that appealing to the Severna Park resident. Instead, Ziglar makes monthly trips with her dog, Becker, to a Severna Park shop that offers dog washes and coffee, making her part of the multibillion dollar pet product industry.
Rallying for the dogs. Hundreds of people spent Friday evening eating outside as food trucks took over the Maryland SPCA.
It’s a great day to enjoy some ice cream, not just for you, but for your dog. That’s right.
A northern Virginia rescue group is housing more than dozen poodles that were left on the doorstep of a small animal shelter in Cumberland, Md.
There’s a golden retriever, an English springer spaniel, a Doberman and a handful of mixed breeds. The dogs are part of a program that gives the gift of life to an injured or sick animal. They are blood donors.
Six new handlers and six new bomb, drug and patrol dogs graduated Friday.
Maryland State Police are graduating six detection dogs and their handlers.
A team of cadaver dogs searched through cactus and scrub brush Tuesday for the remains of a Maryland woman who was reported missing by her travel companion during a trip to Aruba.
Recent storms not only caused a lot of damage, but they also led to a spike in the number of lost pets. There are ways, though, you can protect your furry friend.
An Annapolis artist captures the “realism” of dogs.
The SPCA of Anne Arundel County says it is no longer stretched to capacity with dogs with the increase in adoptions since July.