5 Pit Bulls Rescued From Md. WoodsAnne Arundel County police rescued five pit bulls abandoned in a wooded area in Glen Burnie tethered to posts without any food or water.
Dog Owners Happy About New Pit Bull RulingNew changes to Maryland law fix a problem faced by families and their pets around the state. The controversial pit bull court ruling has finally been resolved.
Dog Bite Bill Aims For Liability CompromiseThousands of pet owners anxiously await the outcome of bills that would nullify a controversial court ruling that pit bulls are inherently dangerous.
Pit Bull Rescued In Dog Fighting Bust Gets Maryland Forever HomeIt's a new beginning for a pit bull rescued in a huge dog fighting bust. She survived horrific conditions. Now she finally meets her new family.
Nearly 20 Dogs Found In Cramped Truck At Md. Rest Stop, A Dozen DeadA shocking and disturbing find at a rest stop ends with nearly a dozen dogs dead.
Pack Of Loose Pit Bulls Kills 2 Dogs In Park Heights NeighborhoodTwo dogs killed in one week by the same pack of loose pit bulls in a Park Heights neighborhood.
Anne Arundel SPCA Hosts 'Running Of The Pits Bulls' EventForget running with the bulls--in Anne Arundel County--it's the running of the pit bulls.
Md. Delegate Calls For Special Session After Dog Bite Legislation FailsThe General Assembly's failure to pass legislation on dog bites has one lawmaker calling for a special session.
House & Senate Continue To Debate Dog Bite BillMaryland's House and Senate remain at odds over a dog bite bill intended to neutralize a court ruling that pit bulls are inherently dangerous.
House & Senate Tangle Over Dog Bite LegislationA dogfight is developing in the House and Senate as the compromise on a bill announced at the start of the session collapses.
Officer Shoots Pit Bulls After 3 People BittenHagerstown police say an officer shot two pit bulls that bit three people after one tried to bite him.
Showdown Continues Over Controversial Md. Pit Bull RulingPit bulls: family pets or dangerous dogs? The showdown over how Maryland treats these animals and their owners continues.