This time of year animal shelters are always in need of a little helping hand.
Humane Society's are a great go-to spot to adopt a new friend but they also need help to make it possible.
A solution for owners who don't want to keep their dogs on a short leash.
While people turn to their local food shelf for help, they often need help to feed the family pet too.
They have many traits: furry, soft, playful and curious. But sometimes it's the curiosity that gets the best of cats.
Twice a year police K9s and their handlers go through extensive training.
But when the temperature drops it's best to keep your pets inside most of the time; only taking them outside quickly to go to the bathroom.
Research shows your favorite animal can help improve your health. With that in mind volunteers with the non-profit organization Therapy Dogs of Vermont visit the hospital or nursing home with a furry friend to help relieve people's stress.
Two local adoption events find dogs and cats new homes- right in time for the holidays!
Burlington police say they're looking out for the safety of pets in the city and they are asking for a new tool to do that.
Despite the cold weather and rain the dogs were happily greeting everyone that stopped by, hoping to make a connection with their future owner.
Well if you're thinking about adopting a pet- this is a great time! It's National Pet Adoption weekend. There were so many adorable and adoptable animals at Pet Smart in Williston on Saturday-you'll have to go check it out for yourself!
On Wednesday August 21, 2013 you are encouraged to bring your pooch to the pool in Montpelier to splash and socialize with other pups and people. The event is being hosted by the Central Vermont Humane Society and admission is by donation.