Conway, Ark., is "barking" for a local dog park. On May 1, PetSafe launched its third annual "Bark for Your Park."
Puffins return to their summer breeding grounds on the Farne Islands as National Trust rangers carry out a Puffin census on the Farne Islands on May 16, 2013 in Farne, England. A census is carried out every five years with the last one in 2008 recording 36,500 pairs of puffins. The Farne Islands, offer good protection for the birds to nest, providing excellent sources of food, and few ground predators, despite this rangers fear that the extreme winter could impact on breeding numbers. (Photos by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
More than a dozen exotic snakes worth $30,000 were stolen from a Centre County home. For this family, the snakes are worth more than dollars and cents.
A cell phone app is getting the credit for saving two ducklings. The babies fell into a storm drain in Windsor, Ontario. The rescue was all thanks to a quick-thinking resident.
A golf course near Nashville, Tennessee offers more than just 18 holes and 18 tees.
A bus driver in Pennsylvania got an unexpected passenger on his route earlier this week. the scared deer actually came straight through the windshield.
A dime-sized snail found only on Mount Magazine in western Arkansas has become the first invertebrate to be delisted under the Endangered Species Act.
Our own Joey the Garden Cat helped honor the Mayor of Maumelle.
Dublin Zoo has a new resident. He's a baby white rhino in flying form.
The town of Ravenden now has a drug-sniffing dog to add to their police force.
This is probably the cutest video you'll see all day.
A big cat is causing an uproar in one Washington County community.
It's not very often that Little Rock's environmental court gets a high profile case.
His name is W.P. Sooie, and he currently lives with a Little Rock homeowner.
Los Angeles got its first glimpse of the newest resident at the L.A. Zoo.
A toy poodle that was rushed to the vet after swallowing a tube sock. A Great Dane that had to be operated on three times for eating his owner's shoulder pads.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will hold five public meetings around the South in June to hear what people think about using genetically modified crops on refuges to provide food for ducks, geese and other migrating waterfowl.
Your pet's health is important to us at THV 11. So this morning we're tackling a common occurrence in dogs.
In this month's Joey's Community Mews segment, our friends at the Little Rock Animal Village talks about the benefits of adopting a four-legged friend.