Tag Archives: dog rescue

Petfinder: Help for a Mom in Need


Written by: Daryl Kenny

A family portrait
Photo by Cooper’s Chance Animal Rescue

Things are not always what they seem. Take Darcie, above left, for example. She was a stray who was busted for raiding local farms and eating their chickens. Sure sounds like a canine criminal! She was picked up and turned into Cooper’s Chance Animal Rescue, where it was discovered that she was actually starving and pregnant! How’s that for a good reason to eat a chicken?!

Darcie was placed in the Pawsitive Beginnings Puppy Rehabilitation program, which rescues abandoned puppies and homeless mothers with litters, often moments from euthanasia….

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Petfinder: Zeus Finds Mount Olympus


Written by: Daryl Kenny

Zeus, decked out like Uncle Sam
Photo by Homeward Animal Shelter

In June, Homeward Animal Shelter in Fargo, ND, threw itself a pittie party! It wasn’t the kind you throw yourself after a break-up or a tough week at the office, but an event to introduce a . . .

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Cops Drive 650 Miles to Bring a Stranded Dog Home


Written by: Phil Monahan

Patrolman Frank Kuhl, of Howell, New Jersey, poses with Bella the Bassett Hound.
Photo by Wall Township Police, via newyork.cbslocal.com

Bella is a sweet Bassett Hound whose owner had a medical emergency as they were driving through New Jersey. While Bella’s owner was taken to the hospital, she was brought to. . .

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Flight Attendant Adopts the Street Dog Who Never Stopped Waiting for Her


Written by: Phil Monahan

This beautiful boy seemed to fall in love with German flight attendent Olivia Sievers. Photo via lifewithdogs.tv Here’s a heartwarming story about a woman who came in contact with a street dog in a foreign land, and he never forgot her kindness. Olivia Sievers, a flight attendant from Germany, had traveled to Buenos Aires, Argentina, […]

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Photo Essay: Saving a Puppy Slated for Euthanasia

Written by: Chelsea Whitney


Here is my chocolate shake and chocolate lab puppy, right after I agreed to foster him.
Photos by Chelsea Whitney

On my 30th birthday, a chocolate lab had a c-section at my veterinary clinic and had nine puppies. One had a cleft palate, and the owners opted to euthanize the puppy. Knowing what a sucker. . .

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