Miami Dade Animal Services
A record number of dogs and cats found their “fur”-ever home during a weekend adoption extravaganza at Miami-Dade Animal Services.
A beagle mix named Lily is fighting for her life, missing skin and tissue on forty percent of her body.
Several dogs were bid farewell Saturday morning as the owner-less pooches left the Magic City for New York in hopes of eventually finding a forever home.
Miami-Dade County Commissioners, on Tuesday, voted to approve The Pets’ Trust, a popular citizen initiative that could save the lives of thousands of unwanted pets.
Police have identified a man captured on surveillance video stealing a dog from a Miami-Dade shelter.
A sixty-eight-year-old Hialeah man says he was forced to stab a Pit Bull mix who was attacking him and his cat inside his home because, “I could have been killed if I didn’t do it.”
Miami-Dade Animal Services is looking for a man and woman thought to have stolen a dog from its enclosure at the shelter.
Ten dogs are now safe after they were saved from what is believed to have been part of a cruel trend in dog fighting called “trunking.”
Everyone falls victim to puppy love and kitty cuteness from time to time, but only on rare occasions do potential pet owners succumb and commit to a furry forever family. When it’s time to do it, to find your family’s next fur baby, it’s time to adopt. Finding the right agency doesn’t have to be a hard-fought search; these are Miami’s best pet adoption options, full of furry fellas ripe for the pickin’.
Help kids steer clear of negative influences by surrounding them with altruism at some of the best area organizations. These groups welcome children, not just teens and adults, and encourage them to learn to give back by doing everything from walking pets to learning the ins and outs of running a museum.