If you ever need an argument for why you should microchip your dog, just look at the anguish in Sharon Robinson’s face in this news report from Stockton, California. When Robinson’s. . .
When a worker spotted a desperately skinny dog in a Pittsburgh apartment last week, he immediately called the police, but it took a while for them to find the dog and her. . .
Here’s a wonderful, funny story of a two-year-old hound named Ludivine, who saw a bunch of folks getting ready to run and decided to join in. It turns out, the runners were participating in the. . .
Here’s the wonderful story of Brewster, a 13-year-old English Springer Spaniel who is retiring as a police dog after 11 remarkable years of service. The head of Brewster’s unit heaped praise on. . .
Here’s a story that has just about everything: a heroic rescue, a beautiful dog, a grateful community, and a shelter looking for just the right family to provide a forever home. Earlier . . .
Tracey Matkea was riding her horse in the Arizona desert on january 10th, when the horse was startled and reared, throwing Matkea to the ground unconscious. (This is speculation, since. . .
Here’s a great article from The Guardian about Jay Taylor, a woman whose life is dedicated to training puppies to become guide dogs. As Training Supervisor for the English charity Guide. . .
Here’s a wonderful story about a Texas organization called Huts for Mutts, whose goal is to provide shelter for dogs who spend much of their lives chained up. Founder Aliesha Medley. . .
Last week, someone on the social-media site reddit.com posted a photo of a bride and her service dog sharing a special moment, and the image went viral. This was a surprise to both the. . .
Last week, we posted about the continuing threat of a serious strain of dog flu that continues to spread across the country. According to this report from a Colorado news station, dogs in. . .