Shy, fearful, and stressed-out dogs are less likely to get adopted from a shelter because they don’t readily engage with folks who come looking for a new pet. But the Book Buddies. . .
An incredibly sweet and touching video of a veterinary assistant comforting a dog coming out of anesthesia has been viewd almost 9 million times since it was posted on theFacebook page. . .
Here’s a wonderful story about a New York City man named Mark Imhof who left the world of business and went looking for more meaningful work. His fiance suggested he think of working with. . .
Here’s the wonderful story of a man named Eric, who had pretty much given up on life. He was grossly overweight, in ill health, and never left the house. Then a nutritionist suggested that Eric get a shelter. . .
Here’s an amazing story about how a shelter dog who had spent six years living in a shelter in Bradenton, Florida. After several failed adoption attempts, shelter workers assumed that the. . .
Last week, Fort Walton Beach (FL) Police Officer Marcus Montgomery was called to an animal shelter because of a disturbance caused by a former employee. But as he was doing his. . .
Joey was found wandering the streets of Orange County, California only three months ago. He was picked up by OC Animal Care. His hair had been heavily matted and dirty from neglect. He was. . .
It’s common practice that when two dogs who have bonded, because they are siblings or have lived as a pair, come into a shelter together that it’s best to adopt them out together. But a dog. . .
Here’s a wonderful story from dogster.com about a high-spirited shelter dog who seemed unadoptable after some 20 failed attempts. For two years, six-year-old Toby was back and. . .