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Officer Justin Burton wounded his dog's neck, while Jerome Smith starved two dogs, authorities said.

Murray Hill »

The 109-year-old Bideawee on East 38th Street suffered severe damage during Hurricane Sandy.

New York City »

DNAinfo.com rounded up ways to help those in need in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

New York City »

New Yorkers who had to leave their pets at home when they evacuated can call a city hotline.

West Harlem »

PETA is offering $2,500 for information leading to arrest and conviction in the four deaths of dogs.

West Harlem »

At least four dogs died after being walked in the same area in Riverside Park in Harlem in July.

Morrisania »

Police rescued 47 dogs from a Bronx buiding where they were allegedly being used for dog fighting.

Midtown »

No humans were injured in the accident, but the horse did suffer a cut to the head.

Norwood & Bedford Park »

Gillian Irving charged with starving two 7-month-old pit bulls, Cagney and Lacey, ASPCA says.

Manhattan »

Dr. Pamela Corey was suspended after her necropsy of Charlie, a carriage horse, became controversial.

Manhattan »

The necropsy performed on Charlie the carriage horse could not determine a cause of death.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

A total of 30 cats were adopted this past Friday through the ASPCA's Cat Friday program.

Manhattan »

The Horse and Carriage Association of New York City claims the ASPCA and NYCLASS have "defrauded" the public about the carriage horse industry in New York. 

Manhattan »

Following the death of Charlie the carriage horse, animal rights advocates have proposed a ban on working in severe weather and limiting horses to a five-day work week.

Midtown & Theater District »

Supporters of the carriage horse industry demanded the ASPCA reinstate Dr. Pamela Corey, who was suspended after battling with the agency over its "misleading" press release about the necropsy of Charlie the carriage horse.