Dallas Animal Services

Great Dog: Dallas Morning News’ Condemnation of Dallas Animal Services Neither Thoughtful Nor Appropriate

By Candy Evans / May 20, 2016 / 0 Comments

This irony escaped most of the mainstream media: while a street woman was mauled by a pack of wild dogs in the bowels of South Dallas in early May, a SECOND store dedicated to teaching dogs manners opened in a Richardson strip mall. WHAT A GREAT DOG! opened a second location at 655 Glenville Drive, just […]

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Dallas Animal Noise Ordinance Possible Amendments – Does This Affect Your Home?

By Cassie Evans, J.D. / February 20, 2015 / 0 Comments

On February 9th, the Dallas City Council’s Quality of Life Committee met to discuss loose dogs and barking dogs in Dallas. Dogs vocalize by barking, but what happens when they bark, and bark, and bark … for long periods of time. As an animal lover, foster mom, Board Member of the SPCA of Texas, Dallas Animal Services […]

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A Proud Dallasite: Nina Pham and Bentley’s Heartwarming Reunion

By Cassie Evans, J.D. / November 1, 2014 / 1 Comment

While everyone is out enjoying this glorious fall day, complete with cool weather and crisp air, Nina Pham, America’s favorite Ebola-free nurse, was reunited with her darling blenheim Cavalier King Charles spaniel, Bentley. Bentley stole most of the nation’s hearts when he became the first dog quarantined in case he had contracted Ebola from his […]

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North Dallas Hoarders: With 46 Animals Trapped in a Feces-Filled Home, How Could Neighbors Not Notice?

By Joanna England / June 20, 2013 / 0 Comments

Stories like this give my gag reflex a workout. We at CandysDirt.com are big fans of animals, so when we hear about this kind of thing our hearts just break.

Word comes from crackerjack reporter Eric Nicholson that Dallas Animal Services have seized 46 dogs and cats from a feces-filled North Dallas home. The animals were in various states of distress. Sounds like a classic case of animal hoarding to me.

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