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— Three-month-old Toudi is tiny at only 2.75 inches tall. Will he be able to set the record, or does he have some growing to do?
— The online retailer has gone to the dogs, dressing famous Instagram pups in its stylish clothes.
— Operation Houston wants to map the city's nearly one million stray dogs in order to guide rescuers to their locations and better address the problem.
— Canadian geese crowd the National Mall, leaving up to 3 pounds of droppings each per day. NPS wants to solve the problem with Border Collies.
— The dog thought he was going to play; instead, he was abandoned with a note around his neck.
— Humane Society International worked with the farmer to shutter his gruesome, 20-year operation and to transition into produce farming.
— A proposed law in British Columbia will create standardized IDs to make it harder to pass off the family pet as a service dog.
— DoggyBnb and PetFlow.com present the tournament-style contest, which raises awareness and funds for animal rescues across the U.S.
— The service allows you to create a profile telling emergency services how many animals and people are in your household.
— A new study aims to prove that living with dogs produces better gut bacteria, and in turn better health and well-being.
— A Nevada bill would allow sick dogs to use pot, provided a vet recommends the drug.
— The California shelter labels Chihuahuas with their exact breed mix, promoting individual traits and creating catchy new breed names.
— A San Diego police officer killed Burberry the Pit Bull, a friendly service animal. His owner wants to prevent such horrible acts from happening again.
— Your dog will soon be able to party harder, thanks to a Kickstarter campaign for a new vest with flashing LED lights and scrolling messages.
— Picked up on a country road, Moses was given a 30 percent chance of survival. The odds look better every day, and you can help with his care.
— Fortunately, someone snapped a photo of the horrible act, and now the search is on for the dog and the owners.
— My dog uses his own kind of March Madness to make NCAA Tournament selections. Hint: Mascots factor into his picks.
— Ten months ago, Shaun Mitchell found out his Boxer Charlie has cancer. The self-taught artist has started selling dog portraits to pay for his care.
— The supermodel -- and girlfriend of Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander -- held an adoption event before a Tigers-Nationals game last week.
— Police across the country honor the dogs who serve with them on K9 Veterans Day. In San Luis Obispo, fallen dogs have their own cemetery.
— The four males, including two juveniles, said Cabela was a fighting dog who wouldn't fight, and they wanted to get rid of her.
— These four-legged heroes are saving lives every day in Afghanistan. The author of “Soldier Dogs,” Maria Goodavage, gives us some fascinating insights into their world.
— The three groups that get the most votes will share funds from the Member Donation Program, which could total more than $100,000.
— The Golden Retriever has been on the job for seven years, changing the lives of seniors and special-needs kids alike.
— After a man kicked a dog for sleeping in his parking spot, the dog rounded up a few pals and returned to use the car as a chew toy.
— It's one thing to teach your dog to fetch a ball or a Frisbee, but this video showing a dog fetching the cat is both strange and adorable.
— Funny Or Die's spoof is pretty great, save for some dumb stuff about bestiality at the beginning.
— With his passing, we remember the man who took his TV wealth and gave it to the dogs.
— Amy is a star pupil, and even performed at the Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show.
— The dog, a Rhodesian Ridgeback, had wedged himself between two storage containers at an Oceanside, California, elementary school.
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