The Fourth of July tends to be the busiest time for Bloomington's Animal Control.
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The Brown County humane society promotes their foster program which has dramatically lowered the euthanasia rate.
Officials at the Bloomington Animal Shelter say they’re receiving a lot of calls from residents concerned about pets left outside in the cold.
Kokomo officials are making the final changes to an ordinance that update on the city’s rules for dog owners.
Kokomo city council members are revising an ordinance that could increase fines for dog owners.
Officials say a tax on Johnson County canines would help pay for additional staff.
An Indiana lawmaker is driving dogs from Indiana to New England as part of a program that takes dogs from overcrowded kennels in the state.
The Monroe County Humane Association is working to rehabilitate and place more than 70 dogs rescued this week from a home in Greene County.