Rescued Lancaster Dog Deemed "Dangerous" Thrives in Genesee County Sanctuary
Bandit, a 4-year-old Alaskan malamute, has thrived at Against All Oddz animal sanctuary after being deemed a 'dangerous dog' by a Lancaster judge.
Tonawanda Man Acquitted in 2022 Slaying After Fatal Fight
An Erie County jury clears a Town of Tonawanda man of manslaughter for the 2022 killing of a 19-year-old after a fight in an industrial section of town.
The Dog Only Love Could Save
Bo, a once-neglected dog, found hope and healing when Tiffany Amalfi-Speck stepped in. Their journey showcases the power of compassion and the fight for justice against animal abuse.
Service Animal Bandit Sentenced to a Lifetime at Animal Sanctuary
Bandit, deemed dangerous, was sentenced to spend the rest of his life at Against All Oddz animal sanctuary. Attorney Matt Albert, representing owner Joshua Gilley, discusses future plans and the legal battle.
Dog Owner Sued by Animal Advocate for Alleged Abuse
Animal advocate Deborah Pangle, who until recently was a longtime Briarcliff Manor resident, sued for the surrender of the dog from its owners, the Piscopiello family of Ossining.
Cattle Controversy at Asha Animal Sancturary
A 2022 dispute at ASHA Animal Sanctuary escalated as neighbors and the owner clashed over cow ownership and welfare. Attorney Matthew Albert stepped in to defuse tensions and seek resolution.
$110,000 settlement reached after Buffalo police shooting of dog in 2013
A $110,000 settlement has been reached after a dog was killed by a Buffalo police detective back in 2013.
Chunk the Pit Bull
In 2019, Matt Albert fought to save Chunk the pit bull from being put down after biting a mail carrier. Thankfully, Chunk became a free man!
Necropsies of Damian and Gotham
In 2016, Erie County SPCA's necropsies challenged law enforcement's 'Use of Force' accounts in the shooting deaths of pit bulls during 'No Knock' raids.
Matt Albert Pursued Charges Against Buffalo Police in 2016 Dog 'Shooting Spree'
In 2016, attorney Matt Albert sought justice after Buffalo Police's narcotics raids resulted in the tragic deaths of innocent dogs.
Evidence Suggests India Cummings’ In-Custody Death Was a Homicide
In 2016, India Cummings, battling mental illness, suffered a horrifying fate in Erie County custody, raising concerns of negligence, abuse, and unanswered questions surrounding her tragic demise.
Second Dangerous Dog Hearing for Pit Bull
In 2016, Lady, the pit bull, faced a second dangerous dog hearing, a saga that began in 2014 when Lady survived a gunshot by an Erie County Sheriff's deputy.
Second Chance for Ruby
Ruby, a black Lab accused of attacking a neighbor's dog, found a second chance at home in 2015 as she was allowed to reunite with her owners.