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.
The Taylor Jones Humane Society brought Betty Jo and Hank to the KTAB 4u studio.
Where are you going to be this Saturday? Why not come out to Bark 4 Life.
Dr. Janice Price was on KTAB 4U telling us how we can keep our pets teeth healthy.
We spoke to Dr. Price of the Windmill Animal Hospital about what comes after we bring our new puppy home.
Erin Jones needs your help finding her dog, Molly.
Come check out Lads N Lassies for your pet grooming needs.
Dr. Price helps you pick out the perfect pet for the holidays.
A mission to help train dogs in order to help others.
What you can do to keep your pets safe during the holidays!
County Commissioner Chuck Statler helps to stop animal abuse.
The very first annual Pet Parade is coming to Abilene, and Jeff Salmon came to KTAB 4u to talk all about it.
Dr. Janice Price stopped in to tell us about some safety tips to follow for our pets on Halloween.
The Dyess We Care Team is taking pics with pets for the Taylor Jones Humane Society.
Bettie Lutzko and Chatty show off their skills.
This time of the year is the moment where pet owners should spay and neuter their dogs or cats, according to Windmill Animal Hospital.
The Abilene Animal Shelter is providing a free pet workshop for owners to attend.
How to help your four-legged friend control their allergies...
The Legacy Complex is hosting a seminar that would discuss and demonstrate the benefits of trained service dogs.
Dogs in costumes is something you may have seen before, but one upcoming event will have the best in show.
Summer is just around the corner, and while many are expecting the Texas heat, people also can't forget about their pets
The spotlight will be on dogs of all breeds and sizes at the Abilene Kennel Club Dog Show.
Waggin' Good Time is a Key City business that specializes in giving your dog the best time it deserves.
Heartworms can cause dangerous diseases in your pet...
More than 200 animals are looking for their new home...
The Abilene Zoo stops by with a furry friend...
With it being spring season, pet owners needs to watch out for ticks, worms, and being in West Texas, for snake bites.
Windmill Animal Hospital can help your pets ease the pain from tissue damages or muscle and ligament pains.
The Abilene Zoo knows how to add the entertainment whether it's viewing animals or hosting holiday events. For this Valentine's Day, they're offering a package made for an alternative gift.
The Abilene Zoo had many events during the holidays, but with the new year means new plans.
The Abilene Zoo is known to throw big events during any season, and Christmas is no exception.
In effort to help increase adopting animals this season, Rescue The Animals, SPCA, and the city of Abilene have teamed up to put every animal at the Abilene Animal shelter on sale until December 31st.
Dr. Janice Price has vast knowledge when it comes to dealing with your pets, but she also has a few tips before considering a pet as a Christmas present.
With the holidays around the corner, temperatures are expected to cool down. It's one thing to keep yourself bundled and the home warm, but don't forget about the well-being of your pets.
When you think of the Abilene Zoo, first thing that come to mind is typically the giraffe or even those beautiful and vibrant flamingos, but in today's pets 4u segment, the Abilene Zoo joins us with a truly one of a kind reptile.
Your pets can't tell you where and how bad it hurts. So how do you know when it's time for an emergency trip to the vet?
October is Adopt a Shelter Animal Month at the Abilene Animal Shelter.
It's an event filled with paws, costumes, good food, and of course a whole lot of fun. It's "Bark In The Park" and it takes place Saturday, September 22nd.