It’s the sixth annual Harbor Harvest Festival, and you’re invited! Also, an all-natural treat for your pets this Halloween!
Forget running with the bulls–in Anne Arundel County–it’s the running of the pit bulls.
With more than 100 big fireworks shows scheduled in Maryland during the next few days, pet owners know this can be a challenging time.
Every year, tens of thousands of stray animals have to be put to death because not enough people take them into their homes.
The Maryland Court of Appeals has affirmed its decision to make pit bull owners and landlords liable for attacks. Though the court did make one amendment.
An Elkton couple has sued the town, the police department and the Cecil County SPCA for $5 million in the shooting death of their pit bull.
The fate of pit bulls in Maryland could be decided Tuesday. New laws may be proposed, in reaction to a court ruling that expanded who’s liable in dog attacks.
It’s time for the Baltimore 500, and we’re not talking about a car race. Find out why June is a great time to adopt a cat or kitten in the Baltimore area.
When you’re picking the newest four-legged member of your family, first check with these awesome area shelters and save a puppy, kitten or rescued pet who needs a home like yours. These Baltimore organizations know pets and pet rescue, and are specially trained to help you find the right fur-baby fit.
Rallying for the dogs. Hundreds of people spent Friday evening eating outside as food trucks took over the Maryland SPCA.
It’s St. Patrick’s Day, and more than a few people will be out celebrating with a cold drink in a local pub. And, Aileen Gabbey with the Maryland SPCA talks about exercise gear for your dog.
Walking past the rows of forgotten animals at the Cecil County SPCA, Debby Stevens had a sickening thought: What if, after weeks of worry and more than a thousand miles of travel, the dog being housed here was not, in fact, her Brody?