This weekend’s Pet of the Weekend is “Pancake” from Austin Pets Alive! FOX 7 Austin's Chelsea Andrews gets details on how Pancake got her name and more.
Daysi Yeates with Texas Humane Heroes introduces FOX 7 Austin's Chelsea Andrews to a dog looking for her forever home.
This week’s Pet of the Weekend is Beauregard from Austin Pets Alive! FOX 7 Austin meteorologist Chelsea Andrews gets all the details.
Cannabis use and urban chickens are just some of the topics that are being addressed at the American Veterinary Medical Association Virtual Convention. President of the AVMA Dr. Douglas Kratt has more.
This weekend’s Pet of the Weekend is “Bear” from Texas Humane Heroes in Leander.
The Zebra, an insurance comparison site with its offices located in East Austin, is covering expenses up to $300 annually for employees welcoming a cat or dog into their family.
This weekend’s Pet of the Weekend is “Kiera,” somewhat of a “supercat” from Austin Pets Alive.
Scarlet became known as "AFD Kitty" and now two months later she's thriving as a tripod kitten.
This weekend’s “Pet of the Weekend” is Cormick at Austin Pets Alive!
The Texas Humane Society visited the medical center with some puppies to lift up the spirits of employees!
A New Jersey police officer paddled a kayak to the middle of a pond to rescue a dog stuck neck-deep in the muck.
A pup was found stealing his grandma's dentures in a hilarious video.
Pitoe’s spine malformation prevents her from being able to jump, “but she can waddle, run, play, and climb like a pro."
This weekend’s Pet of the Weekend is “Holiday” the cat from Austin Pets Alive!
Texas Humane Heroes joined Good Day Austin’s Casey Claiborne for this week’s Pet of the Weekend: Pickle.
A video showed a Labrador being rescued from a park bench in Beijing, China, on June 6.
This weekend’s Pet of the Weekend is Emori at Austin Pets Alive!
This weekend’s “Pet of the Weekend” is Dreamy McStuffin, a cat at Austin Pets Alive!
Daysi Yeates talks about the puppies they have ready to adopt and introduces FOX 7 Austin's Chelsea Andrews to one.
The BBB states that the victims later realize that the animal they were looking to purchase never actually existed and that the photos used on the scammer's website are usually taken from other legitimate online breeders.