Also this week: A woman allegedly attacked her boyfriend with a crowbar because he was snoring.
Also this week: A man allegedly shot a dog because it "made a mess."
The actor's pets could be destroyed after they were brought into the country without being declared to quarantine.
One of Canada's most iconic television programs stars a German shepherd and a melancholy theme song that can stick in your brain for days.
Sam the Orangutan from Dunston Checks In? He's dead. And the Taco Bell chihuahua? Also dead.
Medical marijuana for animals could be a good idea, but it's not an excuse to get blazed with your pets.
Nobody died and the canine likely won't be charged with anything.
I saw a paralyzed cat regain mobility and found out that some animals would rather shit on the water treadmill than work out.
We interviewed the author of Happy Healthy Pooch, a new cookbook that tells you how to make vegan dog food.
Animal rights group claims the mass killing of racing dogs is an open secret and an ongoing problem in Australia.
We spoke to photographer Heather Lighton on National Puppy Day about the fine art of taking pictures of dogs.
In White God, Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó casts a harrowing light on Europe's moral crisis.
Tick Segerblom is a politician pushing for sane marijuana policy in his state, which is how he wound up fielding questions about SB 372. I called him up to talk politics and animal buds.
Sure, Nick from Shortland Street isn't going to Mars, but look on the bright side: Auckland is officially monkey-free.
We spoke to two British vets about the stuff they have to deal with on a day-to-day basis.
In the dog-eat-dog world of San Francisco, everyone's letting their inner pup out with the latest wave of "human canine" parties and clubs.
The world might be going to shit but at least the cops are saving hedgehogs.
Protesters picketed the Greyhound of the Year Awards, saying that the declining industry is breeding too many dogs—and those that deemed "surplus" end up being mistreated.
At the Liyuan Dog Market, the largest canine bazaar in China, animals are often mistreated and sometimes die just a week after purchase, but dog lovers have few other options when they want to buy a pet.
A dog decides to start his own NPR-style radio station in his apartment. It goes as well as you can imagine.
So her lawyer now has to go up against animal rights groups and any human beings who don't want to see a living dog killed and put in the ground.
This year, a Tibetan Mastiff puppy reportedly sold for almost $2 million in China, making it the priciest dog ever purchased. VICE China went to the the 2014 Yidu Tibetan Mastiff Fair in Tianjin to learn more.
Here's a fashion shoot featuring a load of ladies and their hounds.
A couple weeks ago, I spent the night with the Ryders Alley Trencherfed Society (R.A.T.S.), an urban hunting club that kills rats for sport.