Some of you have surely seen this already, but somehow I missed this back in February. A co-worker just sent it to me. It’s a play on the “God Made a Farmer” commercial that aired during the Super Bowl. Great stuff.
Pictures like the one above are always moving because they show just how important our dogs can be to us. Junaluska firefighters didn’t have to go into a burning house to save Ginger, but they did, and now she is. . .
We post fairly frequently about therapy dogs rushing to the scene of a tragedy (shootings, bombings, tornadoes), but we rarely get good insight into exactly what these therapy dogs do. In this video, Brad Cole discusses his experience bringing his Akita, Spartacus, to help after the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting and the. . .
We’ve posted before about dog-training programs in prisons, where inmates are rewarded for good behavior with a chance to interact with a dog. For many of these inmates, their relationship with the dog is a vital connection to the outside world. For the dogs in Arkansas’s. . .
When Lance Corporal Bradley O’Keefe woke up after being injured by an IED in Afghanistan, his first question was, “Where’s Earl?” But as far as anyone knew, the bomb-sniffing dog, O’Keefe’s partner, was nowhere to be found. The story of how. . .
Here’s a great video of a disabled dog named Oscar Madison who doesn’t let his wheelchair get in the way of a good time. Oscar was rescued after being abandoned on the streets of New York City. He was scheduled to be euthanized, when a. . .
I received a phone call today from a co-worker who was a little freaked out. She had discovered a puppy locked in a truck in the bright sun, and the little dog seemed to be in distress. She managed to find the owner, the dog was released from the hot cabin, and everything turned okay. But Rebecca was still angry. “How could anyone not know how dangerous that is for. . .