Missouri Woman Arrested After 41 Animals Removed From HomeJefferson City police say a 58-year-old woman faces animal cruelty charges after 41 animals were taken from her home.
Animal Rights Group Sues Univ. of Missouri Over Medical Experiments The group is seeking information on 179 dogs and cats used for the University of Missouri's School of Medicine experiments between January of 2014 and December of 2016.
Second Dog in Two Weeks Found Outside a Southside Trash DumpsterNitro was malnourished and nearly frozen.
VIDEO: Local Animal Sanctuary Rescues Dog Stranded by FloodWATCH: Open Door Animal Sanctuary, of House Springs, Missouri, recently rescued a dog from a flooded home in the Big River/Meramec area.
St. Louis Zoo Uses Fecal Matter to Study Animal Health The St. Louis Zoo has tested 42,000 stool samples in 20 years of operation from more than 150 zoos and other organizations around the U.S. to study the hormonal health of animals.
78 Animals Rescued from Deplorable Conditions in Wright CityBesides dogs and cats, rabbits, chickens, ducks, goats, a pig and one Cockatoo were removed.
Dog Theft Becomes Problem in St. Louis AreaMutts-n-Stuff, a St. Louis based non-profit, has tips and guidelines to keep your pets safe.
$100,000 Matching Grant Program for Stray Rescue Begins TuesdayAnother week left in special $10 adoption program to ease overcrowding at shelter.
Bridgeton Woman Sentenced in Accidental Dog-Dragging Case34-year-old Amy Taylor of Bridgeton was sentenced to the shock time on Friday and ordered to pay veterinary bills for the 2-year-old dog, Coco.
A Guide To The Saint Louis ZooMake sure you have the best day planned with this guide to the Saint Louis Zoo.
Protest Scheduled at UniverSoul Circus in Florissant"[Elephants] are trained using tasers now, and electrical rods. They are caged 96 percent of their lives and they are not provided with adequate conditions in transferring them."
32 Animals Taken from Southern Missouri PropertyThe Humane Society says many of the animals taken from the property near Galena are severely underweight and had little access to food or fresh water.

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