With the city overrun with strays, Dallas' animal rescuers want to save dogs from cruelty and neglect. But some need to be saved from themselves.
Mac, who would prefer not to get stuck behind a wallA couple of weeks back we noted that the city's Animal Shelter Commission has created the Dallas Companion Animal Project, a task force "charged with developing a blueprint for ending the killing of adoptable animals." And while Nathan Winograd ... More >>
Nathan WinogradWoke up this morning to find the in-box filled with missives from friends and fans of a man named Nathan Winograd -- "the de-facto face of the 'No Kill' movement," as Huffington Post called him last year, referring to efforts to stop animal shelters from euthanizing strays. Winogra ... More >>
Photo by Mark GrahamIn the early days of the mayoral race, former Dallas Police Chief David Kunkle quietly proclaimed on his website that he wanted Dallas to become "No-Kill City," meaning: With significant tweaks to its policies and procedures, Dallas Animal Services should be able to stop eutha ... More >>