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.
Free The Beagles: Some Ill. Lawmakers Choose Adoption Over EuthanizationThe measure would require labs to work with organizations to give animals a chance at adoption, rather than being euthanized.
Chinese Scientists Create Genetically Edited BeaglesThe scientists told CBS News the dogs will have twice as much muscle, run faster and be better hunters.
Purina Launches "Meet the Real Me" CampaignPurina is helping local shelters take better pictures of their dogs and cats as a part of the “Meet the Real Me” campaign. The campaign hopes to change the perceptions about shelter pets.
Bike Patrol to Prevent Animal Cruelty in Parked CarsThe task force works with the Humane Society to look for animals left in parked cars on hot day.
TIAM Saturday September 5thStray Rescue sale, Creating Tomorrow Together, Walk in the Woods and birthdays!
St. Louis-Area Pet Store Evacuated After Illness ComplaintsSeven people and several animals were removed from a suburban St. Louis pet store over health concerns that were apparently caused by a refrigerant gas leak.
St. Louis Among Best Cities for Pet LoversWalletHub says it's 2nd best behind Cincinnati.
Fritz’s Frozen Custard – Chesterfield Veterinary Center
St. Louis Vet Reminds Pet Owners to be Aware of Extreme Heat TodayDr. Curt Venator says ice cubes aren't harmful to give your pets, but made for pets ice creams treats are a better idea.
Purina Employees Attempt World Record on 'Take Your Dog to Work Day'The employees of Purina in downtown St. Louis took advantage of "National Take Your Dog to Work Day" on Friday to try and set a world record for most pets in the workplace in one day.
Humane Society: Missouri Remains a Top Puppy Mill StateThe Humane Society of the United State has released it's Horrible Hundred list of worst puppy mill states in the U.S., and Missouri lands at the top, again.