Main Street Pet Care veterinarians recommend buying dental hygiene products for your pet as well as looking into pet health insurance.
Summer is the Animal and Adoption Resource Centers busiest time and they need help caring for the animals at the shelter.
Hank and Stacey head out live to the Joplin Humane Society Animal Adoption and Resource Center for the Dog Days of Summer Adoption Event being held today.
The "Dot Biz Lady" Shelby Bates explains the win-win situation brought about by the adopt-a-thon involving multiple animal shelters.
Shelby Bates tells Gary about the Four States 500 go-cart race, Mother-Daughter lookalike contest, and the upcoming Adopt-A-Thon in conjunction with the Southeast Kansas Humane Society.
An Illinois law aims to protect consumers from bringing home a sick animal.
Local veterinarians say pets can suffer from allergies just as much as humans can around this time of year.
A southeast Kansas animal shelter is trying to find homes for more than 100 animals.
Toni speaks with Dr. Ben Leavens of Main Street Pet Care in Joplin to discuss the best ways to keep your pet healthy.
There are more than 70 healing and comfort dogs across the county that work with Immanuel Lutheran Church in Joplin.
"Amazing, simply amazing!"
The Joplin Humane Society is asking for donations of puppy food and small bite adult dog food.
The City of Lamar is one step closer to getting a dog park.
A local poodle takes first place at the American Kennel Club Rally National Competition in Tulsa.
Puppies for Parole is a unique program of the Missouri Department of Corrections (DOC) that matches shelter dogs with carefully selected offender handlers.
As the fishing for the Bassmaster Classic wrapped up in Grove Sunday, a number of dogs took flight in the championship rounds of dock diving in downtown Tulsa. The dogs are part of the Super Retriever Series, and the world-record holder was part of the festivities.
Columbia Elementary students celebrates their 100th day of school by collecting 100 cans of food for animals at the Joplin Humane Society.
The Joplin Humane Society is in need of drivers to transport animals.
Workers at the Joplin Audubon Center give residents a chance to meet a wide range of animals.
A Joplin pet shelter hosts a special event to find larger animals new homes Saturday.
Lysa Buehler of the Joplin Humane Society tells Toni about an upcoming spaying and neutering clinic to control the growing population of "bully breeds," which are becoming increasingly difficult to place because of local breed-specific dog bans.
The Joplin Humane Society is offering free spay and neutering for pit bulls every Tuesday in February.
The Lansing Correctional Facility in Kansas adopted 11 dogs from the Carthage Humane Society as part of a partnership to train and socialize the animals.
Show-Me-State residents own more dogs than most other states.
The Joplin Police Department K-9 team now has the use of local motels for training exercises.
Jasper County Sheriff Deputies are reminding people to be more aware of animals out in the cold.
A number of mysterious dog attacks have some Neosho residents
concerned for their safety.
The Missouri Department of Agriculture announced new spay and neuter grants available to animal shelters, rescue groups, and non-profits.
Joplin Humane Society Animal Adoption & Resource Center and Golden Paw Pet Resort are working together to provide the best obedience training for you and your dog! A FREE demonstration and an opportunity to meet the trainers ...
Once upon a time, a red-headed baby Duchess was born into the royal family of Dogue De Bordeaux. Duchess Bonni was a shining example of the royal family bloodlines.
A Joplin woman with serious medical condition is hoping you can help find her lost service dog.
Dr. Ben Leavens talks more about cat behavior, including a few examples of behavior that may be indicating a problem.
Dr. Ben Leavens discusses certain cat behaviors that you may find strange, but are normal for a cat.
Creature Comforts in Joplin will check on and care for your furry friends while you're on vacation, only charging $17 per visit to your home. For more information, you can visit our webpage Fourstateshomepage.com.
The American Pet Products Association finds a increase in pets receiving gifts for Christmas this year.
A few hundred area dogs are needing a warm place to stay this winter.
Families who don't want to leave their pets at home over the holidays learned a few travel tips to keep them safe on the road.
Dr. Ben Leavens from Main Street Pet Care continues the demonstration on a home pet exam. In this segment, he explains what to look for with the feet, skin, and fur as well as checking your animal for lumps.
Dr. Ben Leavens from Main Street Pet Care demonstrates an easy exam for your pet that you can perform at home. This segment centers on the head and what to look for with the teeth, eyes, and ears.
An email request for help came from a Newton County Sheriff's Department deputy ...
Crowder College vet-tech students seek homes for some very special pets.
Some special pets looking for a good home celebrate Halloween a few days early.
A Joplin nonprofit groups works to collect food they hope will help feed animals throughout the region.
Have you heard the myth that black cats are unsafe in October, in part because witches may try to adopt them for rituals?
Local veterinarians see a record number of pet poisonings caused by a specific chemical.
Writers from a national pet magazine stop at the Joplin Animal Adoption and Resource Center to help find homes for pets.
Enter YOUR chili in the first annual FFAA Best Chili Cook-Off!
"Pit Bull." There is no other breed of dog--or arguably, any other animal at all--whose mere mention can elicit such strong opinions.
Local fidos and felines got ready for their close-ups Saturday.