Happy National Dog Day! Austinites can agree that we should all have this day off of work to spend some quality time with our furry friends. Right?
Austinites are well known for being crazy about their pets -- here are a few suggestions specific to Central Texas to help keep pets happy and healthy.
Three of Austin Zoo's furriest residents will be celebrating their third birthday together, and you're invited to join in on the fun and festivities.
We've started a new Facebook group where you can get your regular fix for all of your adorable Internet cuteness needs -- and you can post your own pics!
For the second year in a row, Rachael Ray is donating money to animal causes around the country through the Santa Paws campaign.
Are you struggling to find that perfect gift for a friend or family member? We understand. Christmas shopping can be...
This morning marked Katie the capuchin’s very first painting session as part of her enrichment at Austin Zoo.
If magical Austinites cast Patronus spells to repel Dementors, which local creatures would their guardians resemble?
What better way to escape election fatigue for a little while than surrounding yourself with some of the adorable animals currently being rescued and adopted out by Travis County shelters and rescue organizations?
Whatever social group or groups you belong to, we're pretty sure that these Austin dogs are doing it way better than all of us.
Lending a hand during a tragedy may not always be feasible for everyone who really wants to help, especially when that tragedy is more than 400 miles away.
A lost animal in Austin is one thing that just can’t stand. We have a strong history of banding together to make sure that companions and family members make it back home safe.
There is a hanging car sticking out of a parking garage in downtown Austin just blocks from the Frost Tower, and nobody is quite sure how it got there.
Austinites noticed a very odd thing happening to their dogs recently. After visits to Zilker Park, they were literally turning green! Here's why...
Every plant-loving Austinite needs to know about Tillery Street Plant Company, owned and operated by Jon Hutson, an Austin native and friend to everything that grows.
Founded in 2012, Austin Lost and Found Pets is the primary resource for reuniting lost and found pets with their families in Austin.
Back in 2012, I started a little Facebook group to help me get my dog back. Ever since, the Austin Lost Pets group has grown and grown.
Ask most people how they feel about bats and you'll probably receive overwhelmingly negative replies. Fact is, most folks think bats are ugly, gross, creepy, smelly, and dangerous. None of these are true, as most Austinites can tell you.
Not all heroes wear capes, especially in the middle of the summer in Texas. This Central Texas man managed to save a baby deer and win over the hearts of a few local ladies when he jumped into Lake Buchanan to save this struggling fawn.
This weekend the Austin Animal Center is trying to find forever homes for more than 200 felines.
This month we will be decorating birdhouses, with wood burning, paint, etching, and stain. The troop with the best design, wins a free party!
Yesterday the Austin Fire Department dealt with a somewhat unusual situation with results that probably shouldn’t surprise any Austinite.
Up close, bats, snakes, and spiders might have frightening faces, but every single one of these honorary Austinites are friendly and helpful.