If your house feels a little empty now that the holidays are officially over. Head over to The Humane Society who always has pets that need a good home.
Taking care of your pet's hygiene is very important Dr. Price visited us and gave us some tips.
If you love birds and want to learn more about the birds of Texas. The Abilene Zoo is hosting an event about Birds In Texas at no extra cost.
If you are looking for a lifetime companion The Humane Society is the place to go to.
Taylor Jones Humane Society: Meet Chica!
Taylor Jones Humane Society: Meet Gunnar
Adopt an Adorable Puppy from the Taylor Jones Humane Society
The Taylor Jones Humane Society : Puppies up for Adoption
Taylor Jones Humane Society Introduces Joy!
The Benefits of Spaying and Neutering Your Animals
Melissa Brings A Handful of Mixed Boy Pups
The Humane Society Introduce: Elsa and Macy
Taylor Jones Humane Society Welcomes Liberty
Adorable Adoptable Pets
Taylor Jones Humane Society: Max and Maxine
Abilene Kennel Club Annual Dog Show 2014
Taylor Jones Humane Society: Bubba Castellano, Starbuck and Dalton
Come adopt a friend for life!
Dr. Price discussed the importance of heart worm prevention in dogs.
Girl Scout Troop 7200 is holding a Pet Food Drive Saturday May 17, 2014 10am-4pm at Tractor Supply Company, 4450 Southwest Drive in Abilene.
The Taylor Jones Humane Society has too many cats!
Melissa O'Neil brought three adorable puppies that are available for adoption at the Taylor Jones Humane Society.
Adorable and Adoptable Easter Pets
Taylor Jones Humane Society: Lily and Ella
The Taylor Jones Humane Society presents Elliot the Chihuahua.
A fire broke out Sunday morning in a family's garage.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon for one of the Abilene natives in the prison bus crash.
With the slowing down of the oil industry, several employees are being laid off.
Residents in the Big Country suffering from strokes no longer have to travel far distances to get treatment. How the cutting-edge treatment is helping save more lives.
Texas communities are working to find new water sources as lakes levels drop in this ongoing drought. Some cities, like Graham, are making sure every drop counts.