Miami Dade Animal Services
A Kendall businessman hopes a weekend publicity will raise awareness and garner a few more ‘yes’ votes for a measure on the November 6th ballot which would save more animals at the county’s Animal Services from being put to death.
A dog found badly burned is taking steps toward recovery, but the Boxer-Sharpei mix, named Courage, still needs more treatment.
Do you consider yourself a strong believer in love at first sight? Looking for a new love of your life which is also furry and has four paws?
Nearly three dozen dogs from Miami-Dade’s Animal Services Department hit the road Sunday for new homes in shelters in Maryland and New Hampshire.
Investigators are trying to solve a brutal case of animal cruelty after they picked up a dog that was severely beaten with a baseball bat.
Looking to meet your purrfect match? Then head to Tropical Park before midnight Saturday for the ASPCA Mega Match-A-Thon presented in conjunction with Miami-Dade Animal Services and other animal adoption services and shelters.
While Friday nights are usually reserved for celebrating the long-awaited weekend, this weekend, South Floridians will also have the chance to save a life.
Two dogs found in a large cage along Interstate 95 Monday night are safe in the Miami-Dade animal shelter, but investigators are trying to figure out how they ended up on the highway.
You’ve probably heard of Occupy Miami but Saturday, it was BARKupy Miami that filled Tropical Park with four-legged friends and their owners fighting for the right to vote on laws that would save animals.
Miami-Dade residents who have held off on getting their pets spayed or neutered because of the cost will be able to do so for free – if they call ahead.