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Pets

It's no surprise that Dallasites love their pets. Whether you're looking for the best patios around town for your furry friend or Cutest Pets in Dallas competition updates, we have it all. Read through our pet coverage now.

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Pets

Lost Dog, Lies Found

Imagine how far you’d go for your pet. One Dallas couple has you beat.
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Contests

Meet the Winners of D Magazine’s Cutest Pets in Dallas 2021 Competition

Meet Donut the beagle and Mila the domestic medium hair cat.
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Contests

Meet the Top 20 Competitors in Our Cutest Pets in Dallas Contest

Our readers have spoken. Allow us to introduce you to this year's finalists–16 dogs and four cats.
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Contests

Meet the 30+ Adoptable Dogs and Cats in Our Cutest Pets in Dallas 2021 Competition

We asked local shelters to nominate sweet senior pups, rowdy young cats, and everything in between. Get to know a few of the adoptable pets vying for the crown.
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Contests

It’s Time to Cast Your Vote for the Cutest Pet in Dallas 2021

All 1,000 competitors will win your heart, but they can't all win the crown.

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Business

Why This Fort Worth Brewmaster is Rescuing Dogs

Fritz Rahr and his wife, Tara, have launched nonprofit Rahr to the Rescue to help find forever homes for their furry friends.
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Contests

Submissions Are Now Open for D Magazine’s 2021 Cutest Pets in Dallas Competition

Calling all pet parents! Show us your dog, cat, bunny, turtle, horse, goat, or mini pig. Your four-legged friend just might win the 2021 crown.
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Animals

In Honor of National Puppy Day, Here Are 16 of the Cutest Adoptable Dogs in Dallas

From an Australian shepherd with special needs to a sweet mixed breed rescued from a hurricane, these four-legged friends are looking for their forever families.
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Meet Lily Claire, The Award-Winning Bichon Frise of America Heart Association’s Chief Executive

Nancy Brown says it's not uncommon for her "top dog" to clock more steps on the treadmill than her owners.