News Published: Wed, Nov 18, 2015
Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options
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The link between animal abuse and family violence is clear in one Oklahoma City home. Thanks to a report of animal abuse from a home health aide, animal control officer Mike Cronic saved both animals and people in the residence.
Our second annual #LICKAtOKC issue hit racks earlier this week, featuring some of the top pet photos we received.
Rescue Rundown Episode 12: Holiday gift ideas for pet owners
Rescue Rundown Episode 11 - Holidays with a new pet
Rescue Rundown Episode 10 - Dealing with senior pets
Rescue Rundown Episode 9 - Longest residents and UberKittens
Rescue Rundown Episode 8 - Woofness Street Festival
Rescue Rundown Episode 7 - Community Cat Program
Rescue Rundown Episode 6 - How Oklahoma is unique in animal welfare
Rescue Rundown Episode 4: World Rabies Day
The Play: Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015
Rescue Rundown Episode 2: 5 reasons to spay or neuter your pet
Rescue Rundown: Episode 1 - What is the Central Oklahoma Humane Society?
Dogs drinking water
Pet shelter still seeking owners for displaced storm animals
Reuniting with Pets
Labrador from Norman is national agility champion
Pet kangaroo is still missing
Disc Dog champion
Dogtoberfest this month
Volunteer animal rescuer honored