Here’s a powerful story about a young man who suffered horrible injuries when he was hit by a car at his school-bus stop. Watching her son teetering on the edge of despair, . . .
Ten years ago, Mike Kracilek—a police officer in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho—suffered horrible injuries when he was shot in the face while trying to apprehend a suspect. He has enjoyed the. . .
Here’s the story of a mall Santa who’d be better off dressing as The Grinch. Last Friday, a young autistic girl and her assistance dog, Pup-cake, waited in line with the other children to meet Santa at The Shops in. . .
Here’s an interesting story that brings up part of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) that I didn’t know about. A 7-year-old Massachusetts boy, Austin Flateau, is unable to attend school because the school says that it will not. . .
We have posted many times about the problems created by people who falsely claim that their dogs are service dogs, so they can get the animal into restaurants, on airplanes, and elsewhere they shouldn’t be. Some may think that this is a. . .
We have posted many times about how diabetic-alert dogs not only make life easier for those suffering from type 1 diabetes, but these animals can be life-savers. Clover joined the McKenzie family to watch over six-year-old, and just. . .
We are accustomed to these kinds of stories, but not necessarily to this kind of resolution. When Wendy Smith heard a couple of diners complain about Lacy Miller having his dog inside Mickey’s Restaurant—in Kernersville, North Carolina—she thought she was doing the right thing by. . .
Marshall the Miracle Dog earned his name when he died on the surgical table three times as a veterinarian performed life-saving surgery. Each time Marshall’s heart stopped, Dr. Steven Schwartz was able to bring the dog back. Somehow, Marshall made it through. . .