Meet Pelusa, Our Pet Guest Of The Week! Pelusa is an 1.5-year-old spayed female domestic short-haired cat.
New ‘Pet Taxis’ Offers Rides To Pets In LebanonA new transportation service, founded by animal lovers, is catering specifically to pets.
Mankato Animal Shelter Braces For Hurricane Harvey PetsShelters and humane societies across the country are preparing house the homeless animals, a mission that's been underway for more than a year in Mankato.
Meet Sadie, Our Pet Guest Of The Week!Sadie is an 4-year-old spayed female Pit Bull who came to Minneapolis Animal Care and Control as a stray over a month ago.
Amazon Offering Audio Books For DogsThe company is pitching this as a way for dogs to stay calm and happy when you go off to work.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Dog Park In MinnesotaThe six-acre Minnehaha Falls Dog Park -- nestled right along the Mississippi River -- has been described as a magical place.
Good Question: Is It Legal To Break Someone's Car Window To Save A Pet?Most people know to not leave pets in hot cars, but police get those calls all the time.
Mpls. Taproom Becomes 1st In State To Legally Allow DogsLakes and Legends, a taproom in Minneapolis' Loring Park neighborhood, is now the first dining or drinking establishment in Minnesota to legally allow dogs inside
'Walk For Animals' Surpasses $1M Goal For Animal Humane SocietyThousands attended the Animal Humane Society's annual Walk for Animals Saturday.
Animal Humane Society Launches Pet Hospice ProgramAmong the tens of thousands of animals taken in every year, some of them turn out not needing a new home for very long.
Meet Penny, Our Pet Guest Of The Week!Penny, a 10-month-old spayed female shorthair cat, came to Minneapolis Animal Care and Control as a stray.
Wander Minnesota: 'Hoppy Hour' At The Animal Humane SocietyIf you’ve ever been the parent of a puppy, you’re probably aware that dogs are highly social animals, but, like humans, they might need some training in how to behave around other animals. That’s why you can find puppy socialization classes all over the place—teaching them when they’re young will help them cope with other dogs in a more sociable way as they grow up.