In what authorities are calling the second-biggest dog fighting bust in U.S. history, state and federal agents executed 13 search warrants in Georgia and Alabama on Friday. Some 367 dogs were rescued and 11 people taken into. . .
Police officers take a vow to “serve and protect,” and a couple of bicycle cops in Prince William, Virginia, applied that to a little dog they came across earlier this summer. . .
This story has so many wonderful facets, it’s hard to fit them all into one blog post. A young girl who lost friends and teachers in the Sandy Hook shooting last December meets a rescued Pit Bull who is reborn as a therapy dog, and there is an instant bond.
Here’s a fantastic story from across The Pond. Two Doberman Pinschers, Star and Storm, were out for a walk with their owners, when they started acting strange, “tugging at their leads like they have never done before.” Sam and Emily Lewis followed their dogs out of. . .
My family loves it when we get to dog-sit Cayenne, the sweetest English Springer Spaniel in the world. She belongs to my friend, Director of Rod & Tackle Steve Hemkens. Cayenne is a real people dog and just wants to hang out with. . .
Here’s a wonderful story about a rescued puppy who was going completely blind until a veterinarian performed free cataracts surgery. Now Danny can see, and he has a new. . .
An interesting article on dogster today addresses an age-old question: Why the heck do dogs chew on grass? Do they need it for some dietary reason? Does it signify some health problem? Do they simply like it? The answer is an. . .
There are lots of way to get a point across about a serious issue, such as dog adoption. One way is to focus on the plight of dogs stuck in shelters or facing euthanasia. But another way is to make the whole idea of adoption seem fun. This video, made to help Westminster (CA) Adoption Group and Services raise money for their animal adoption program, offers a. . .