You only have to go to one of the many dog runs in the city to find people with opinions on the mental capabilities of their pets.
In this edition of Furry Friend Finder, CBS 2′s Andrea Grymes Cindy Hsu introduce us to Murphy and Cathy, who are looking for a new home.
Posting Facebook profiles of pets is just a cute novelty for some people, but for others, it can be an important safety precaution.
Every Sunday morning around 8:20 on the CBS 2 News, the Humane Society of New York City will feature some of its many great pets up for adoption.
To celebrate the upcoming launch of the Star Wars Pet Fans Collection, the Union Square Petco is hosting a local, pet-friendly party on Thursday.
The stadium’s bleacher section — renamed “The BOW-WOW Zone” for the night — will be reserved for those who bring their pooches to the game in which the Cyclones takes on the Tri-City Valley Cats.
Here’s a warning for dog owners: there’s been an increase in dog-flipping — when someone steals a pet and then turns around and quickly sells it.
The former home of the W.R. Grace industrial site was once a toxic dump with radioactive soil. But after years of cleanup, the Environmental Protection Agency says the land is now safe.
The reunions aren’t just for dogs either, cat owners, even rabbit owners have reunited their pets. But the rise in the popularity of ‘litter reunions’ begs the question, can animals actually recognize a family member?
If you’ve ever wondered if your dog is happy, sad or anxious, there are signs to look for that may surprise you.
Nemo, believed to be the first pig to receive chemotherapy for lymphoma, is now recovering at Cornell Animal hospital.
The festivities kicked off at noon, and the Humane Society credited the event with helping people find homes for hundreds of pets.
People take precautions to stay safe in the heat, but are reminded not to forget about their furry friends.
Home Depot, T-Mobile, and Chipotle are all offering this rare benefit to workers who could otherwise be faced with staggering bills.
From facelifts to nose jobs and even Botox, animal lovers are now spending millions each year enhancing their pets’ droopy eyes and cats’ crooked teeth.