July 5, 2012 - 11:24am
This week's featured pets Beeker, Belize, Bert, Fala, Henry, and Homer are awaiting their forever homes at Louisville Metro Animal Services. One of these pets just might steal your heart.
This week’s featured pets Beeker, Belize, Bert, Fala, Henry, and Homer are awaiting their forever homes at Louisville Metro Animal Services. They are just a few of many at the shelter in need of adoption. Are any of this week’s featured pets the one for you? Fala is a 2-year-old...
June 28, 2012 - 6:12pm
Louisville Metro Animal Services (LMAS) is offering tips for pet owners to help keep their pets safe from the region’s first scorching heat-wave.
One wag told us today that it is so hot in Louisville that the fire hydrants were whistling at dogs. But our record-setting heat is a serious matter; particularly when it comes to the safety of our pets. With no immediate relief in sight, Louisville Metro Animal Services (LMAS) is...
July 29, 2012 - 7:05pm
Louisville Metro Animal Services has a number of Pit Bull dogs available for adoption and they are not bad doggies. Pit Bulls were once the number one family dog in the USA.
Many people will cringe at the thought of adopting a Pit Bull due to the negative media frenzy every time a member of the breed does something bad. Research has been done to determine whether Pit Bulls have a higher rate of aggressiveness than other breeds, they actually pass on having non-...
July 29, 2012 - 6:55pm
So many adoptable dogs and cats need their forever homes at Louisville Metro Animal Services. Are you the one to give one of them their loving forever home?
So many dogs and cats are in need of their loving forever homes at Louisville Metro Animal Services. Are you the one to give them their forever home? Check out some of this week’s featured pets below.Uno is a young male kitten in In foster care. He is house trained and has a short coat length...
July 27, 2011 - 7:00am
Local news for July 27, 2011
"After several sources within Metro Government and animal welfare groups leaked to WFPL that the city had interviewed two candidates to take over Metro Animal Services permanently, Mayor Greg Fischer quickly announced his selection for a new permanent director Tuesday afternoon.