Miami Dade Animal Services
Cats without homes in South Florida will hopefully find a new success with a change in latitude.
Miami-Dade residents thinking about get a new furry friend can get a deal this week from the county’s Animal Services Department.
Sixteen newborn puppies and dogs who were found alone and starving have been rescued after calls from neighbors lead investigators to a Northwest Miami-Dade home.
If you have been thinking about getting a dog, have you considered one that is mature and possibly already house-trained?
Miami-Dade County Animal Services is waiving adoption fees for large dogs over 35 pounds during the “Save Big, Love Big” large dog adoption weekend.
When an unidentified man went to Miami-Dade Animal Services and dropped off a lost seven year old schnauzer they realized very quickly that someone loves and cares for the dog.
Thirty-seven cats were rescued from a house of filth and authorities say the owner was taken to a mental health facility for evaluation.
A beagle mix named Lily was left fighting for her life after about 40 percent of her body was badly burned. But thanks to hours of treatment in a hyperbaric chamber, Lily has come a long way.
Miami-Dade Police have arrested two people in connection with a home that was discovered to have more than 80 dogs living in squalid conditions last week.
A total of 80 dogs, said to be living in filthy cages, were rescued early Tuesday morning by Miami-Dade County Animal Services.