For the third straight year, Chicago gets named the rattiest city in the U.S.
Squirrels are at their most active in the fall, and will produce unintended consequences come spring.
The owner of the Mount Greenwood pet shop said he, too, is appalled by puppy mills.
A black cat party the weekend of Halloween, with everyone dressing up as a black cat, is planned.
Although illegal in many states, the fishing style is allowed in Lincoln Park and Jackson Park.
Don't smash the bugs on your couch; otherwise you'll have the smell all over you, an expert says.
The puppies' names are Bum, Cauldron, Bubble, Toil and Trouble.
Ald. Matt O'Shea (19th) said Wednesday that backyards filled with dog feces attract hungry rodents.
Notebaert Nature Museum expert said insects have been seen at nearly twice as many places as last year.
Tara Stoinski will speak at Lincoln Park Zoo with Dave Morgan as part of the Wine & Wildlife series.
A silent auction is underway to raise funds for Horner Park's long planned dog friendly area.
Four years after launching the program, the city has boosted its herd size to 100 animals.
The theater also plays host to the 8th annual Evening of Hearts and Hugs epilepsy fundraiser Saturday.
The bar will also be serving up dog-themed craft cocktails like the Pooch's Punch ($11).
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