Is your pet a photobomber? This is Molly, from North Reading.
Do you have a pet rabbit? This is Theodore (left) and Amelia, of Norwood.
This is Casey from Middleboro, and she can’t imagine a better way to watch the game than decked out in her gear with a bag of chips.
Do you have a happy dog? This is Mz Sophia from Taunton.
Sixty-one dogs are caught mid-shake in Carli Davidson’s book, “Shake.” We show you five of them in their jowl-flopping, hair-flying glory.
Twenty-four police dogs in Vermont and New Hampshire have received special vests to protect them from bullet and stab wounds.
Nearly a week after an eastern Kentucky animal shelter burned, crews have found a cat alive in the rubble.
Snow-white owls with luminous yellow eyes are thrilling bird-watchers as the magnificent birds set up winter residence at airports, fields and beaches far south of their normal Arctic range.
Wags and barks speak volumes when it comes to understanding what a dog is saying, but there are also clues in a dog’s eyes, ears, nose or the tilt of its head. Are humans getting the right messages?
Meet 20 dogs across Massachusetts who have the most popular names, according to the data we have collected from 13 towns.
Say goodbye to the kennel cages of old and say hello to kitty condos, dog luxury suites, nightly tuck-ins, four-poster beds, blueberry facials, flat screen TVs, Skype services, and more for your furry friend.
When veterinarian Dr. Jyl Rubin was at a holiday party recently, a giant pit bull jumped up out of nowhere and took a bite out...