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With so many things to do in the D.C. area, why should you leave your four-legged family member at home? Surprisingly, you don't have to. Here are some unconventional activities you can enjoy with your dog.
Worcester County health officials warn residents to be wary of aggressive, possibly rabid animals as the number of reports of raccoon encounters and attacks grows.
Fireworks may scare off your furry friend, so check out some tips to make sure your pet makes it home safely.
If you're planning on bringing your pup to Fourth of July festivities, think twice about events with fireworks. Local veterinarian Katy Nelson says exposing pets to frightening fireworks displays isn't fair to Fido.
About an hour outside of D.C., dozens of Bengals sniff, stretch and strut through the Jungletrax Cattery, where 38-year-old Anthony Hutcherson breeds designer felines for curious and committed cat lovers.
While pet owners may suffer from economic times, their pets sure aren't.
The 2013 World's Ugliest Dog contest has its fair share of ugly mugs.
In the 1980s, more than 20 million dogs and cats were euthanized every year in shelters around the country. And while that number is much lower today (around 4 million dogs and cats are euthanized each year), a large number of animals are still dying unnecessarily.
Don't be bitter cat lovers. Friday is "Take Your Dog to Work Day."
A 24-year-old woman from SE D.C. has been charged with misdemeanor theft for taking Callista the kitten.
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