Louie is one Lucky dog: Imagine the horror of finding two beautiful dogs on the side of the road with their throats slit. A good Samaritan in Wharton, Texas, did -- and found “Lucky” just in the nick of time. Sadly, his brother didn't survive.
December’s Volunteer Spotlight shines on Ruth Chambers! Ruth has been a jack-of- all-trades volunteer for THLN, and does everything from staffing booths at events to joining us in Austin when we lobby members of the Legislature from her district.
We are thrilled to report the very first Animal Cruelty Investigation Unit within the El Paso Police Department!
This story about a dog with a collar deeply embedded in its neck makes it abundantly clear: Texas’ current laws on tethering need to be strengthened.
The time to act is NOW. Tell President Donald Trump and Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to keep the ban on importing elephant trophies from Zimbabwe and Zambia. Earlier this week, the Trump administration announced it would reverse an Obama-era ban on the importation of trophies from elephants killed in Zimbabwe and Zambia, allow...
This north Texas trio can often be found working together, like fundraising for North Texas partner, League of Animal Protectors Rescue, at their annual "Strikes for Strays" earlier this year. They’ve been volunteering for THLN for many years, and they each have their own story. Together, they have helped us pull off many successful ev...
According to a new study, horse disguised as beef could be on the menu in Mexico .....
Another Hunt County story broke this week. This time, nine pit bulls and 10 chickens were seized from a Hunt County residence; the pit bulls were chained with “heavy tow chains” and living in dire circumstances, according to this article.
A couple accused of running a puppy mill in northeast Texas back in September was arrested last month in connection with the seizure of 117 animals.
In a huge win for the animal welfare community, California Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation last month that will require pet stores to sell recue animals from shelters or adoption centers.