Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control is temporarily closing its adoption center starting March 25, 2020.
Student members of the Animal Care Teen program at Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control will be holding their annual "Stuff the Whisker Wag'n" Saturday.
Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control is restricting access to its building while continuing to provide public safety and adoption services to the community.
Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control is looking for the public's help on a case after a five-month-old puppy was found in the back of a garbage truck.
Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control announced today the after-hour depository boxes will be closing effective February 26, 2017.
Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control is pleased to have received a $10,000 grant from Best Friends Animal Society for their Community Cats Program.
Fright night is fun for kids, but not for many animals.
Fort Wayne Animal Care’s Adoption Center will begin expanding adoption opportunities while still practicing social distancing and best practices to keep staff and the public safe.
During National Dog Bite Prevention Week, Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control reminds parents to supervise the interactions between children and dogs.
With temps and family activities for the Memorial Day weekend, Animal Care & Control reminds pet owners to pay extra attention to their animals.