New York (CBSNewYork) You know that dog with the green sweat band you’ve seen on subway and phone booth ads around town? His name is Dan, the city’s new poster dog for animal rescue, who […]
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) Animal Care Centers of New York City is back with another “Pit Bowl”, on Tuesday, August 11, 2015, from 7-10 p.m. This fundraising event is a bowling party at Lucky Strike Lanes […]
Animal Care & Control of New York City is hosting its second Pit Bowl party and fundraiser to debunk myths about pit bull type dogs and encourage adopting their adoption from the city shelters.
A man and woman were arrested and charged in Queens this week, after 20 malnourished and scarred pit bulls were found in a dog fighting investigation.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) Animal Care & Control of NYC is trying to change the image of the pit bull, and they’re inviting New Yorkers to a ‘Pit Bowl’ bowling party to learn more. It takes […]
Is it a finger-lickin’ fraud?
According to Chief Roy Gross of the Suffolk County SPCA, Harry Tommy Patrick, of Central Islip, was arrested and charged with eight counts of animal cruelty.
Police say they discovered a dog-fighting ring at a Paterson, N.J. while they carried out a drug raid at the residence.
Hector Hernandez, 26 was arrested Thursday after investigators found eight pit bulls in cages at his West Hempstead home, Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice announced Friday.
On Dec. 8, Officer James Johnson responded to a 911 call about two neglected pit bulls at a home on Lincoln Avenue in Deer Park, Suffolk County police said.
The dogs were removed from a home back in May, where authorities found kennels, treadmills, syringes and a stick used to break a dog’s grip on another animal or object, according to Animal Care & Control of NYC.
Neighbors in Uniondale, Long Island, were on edge Saturday after two pit bulls got loose and chased a group of children.
The 44-year-old man and his daughter were walking on Maplewood Drive in New Cassel when the dogs came running at them from an open gate on Monday afternoon, police said.
After a pit bull named Diesel killed a neighbor’s small dog and nipped off a fingertip of that dog’s owner, there were whispers that the village was going outlaw pit bulls.
The 23 pit bulls were malnourished, covered in bite marks and living in their own waste when they were rescued earlier this month, officials said.