Football season is here! With the Ravens about to begin their regular season this weekend digging in at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers, it's time to introduce Baltimore to its newest sports star: Teddy The Pigskin Picking Pup.
Historic fixtures from the Owl Bar, including bar stools and six wooden banquettes that the restaurant's operators say date back to 1903, will be put up for auction on May 31. A portion of the proceeds from the auction of the fixtures and other donated items will benefit the Baltimore Animal Rescue...
Update: The Maryland SPCA says, "To assure the comfort and safety of everyone planning to attend today's March for the Animals, we have decided to postpone the March. We want to be sure that all attendees are able to participate without concern. We are disappointed, surely, but know we will all...
Look out, world. ALIVE Rescue has unleashed six of the approximately 80 dogs that were confiscated in a raid on a puppy mill last week in St. Anne, Ill.
More proof it's good to be a dog: The number of off-leash dog parks is growing faster than any other type of park in American cities, a recent Trust for Public Land report says.
Spring marks the beginning of kitten season, according to the Baltimore Humane Society. And the Reisterstown "no-kill" shelter is preparing for the annual surge of newborns by asking for volunteer foster parents, who can help by bottle-feeding the kittens.
Harford Community College students still can't consume alcohol on campus, but they can start bringing their dogs around, with certain limitations, under policy revisions approved by the Harford Community College Board of Trustees this week.
Unconscious and with furry yellow paws in the air, Otter was guided into the MRI machine.