Animals

Glass thwarts tiger trying to pounce on girl at Potawatomi Zoo


Police: Goose attacks 2 people in suburban Indianapolis


Michiana Humane Society launches new program to help shelter dogs


Potawatomi Zoo opens for the season


La Porte PD mourns after K-9 who provided 5 years of service dies


Michigan man captures first lynx on Lower Peninsula since 1917


Company plans to 'rehome' dogs after ending animal testing


Bear cubs found by California highway may have been poached


Elkhart woman shares story of adopting dog rescued from testing facility


Undercover video shows dogs used, sometimes killed in Michigan lab testing


Adopt-a-Pet: Louie


Adopt-a-Pet: Opie


Adopt-a-Pet: Helga Hufflepuff


Bald eagle lays egg on same day, exactly 1 year apart


Pet Vet: American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)


Adopt-a-Pet: Jasmine


Adopt-a-Pet: Helga and Josie


Pet Vet: Dental Health Issues


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