Here is a wonderful ESPN feature about the bat dogs of the Trenton Thunder baseball team. It turns out that the job of picking up bats during a game is a family business, starting with a. . .
It’s always difficult to see these stories, about a dog abandoned to the streets and left to die, but it’s equally heartening to see that there are plenty of people, from the kids who waved down. . .
Girdwood Alaska—August is a retired sled dog who ran at least three different Iditarod races—over 1,000 miles each—in his prime. When Jeanine first met August two years ago, he had. . .
Computer-dating services have been around since the 1960s, and the premise was simple: feed a bunch of personality traits, wants, needs, and hopes into the machine, and it will match you. . .
This is a remarkable story from the Land Down Under: Wayne Best was hunting wild pigs with his dog, Choco, in the bush of Australia’s Cape York when a large saltwater crocodile attacked: . . .
Over the weekend, two very cute videos came online that show just how obsessed dogs can get with an everyday object. In the video above, a Boston Terrier named Rose shows just how. . .
A dog separated from his original family for over nine years instantly recognized their faces upon their reunion, following the family’s cross-country road trip to reclaim him. Boozer, a 10-year. . .
In May 2014, Jersey the German Shepherd was rescued along with 28 other dogs from a veterinary hospital in Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, but he has now taken on an important role in the life of. . .
A man and his service dog trying to fly from Texas to Mexico City found that the Mexican-owned airline Aeromar wouldn’t allow the dog, Savior, on the plane. We are accustomed to posting. . .