— Lumpy the Bulldog overcame odds so great that Scruffy's mom wanted him to be recognized.
— Molly the Lab disappeared in 2007; she's reaching the end of her days, but she'll be loved.
— Reggie the Retriever ate his eighth-grade owner's science project, a candy volcano.
— Wow your friends with our cheat sheet!
— We interview retired professor John Pilley and his bright dog, Chaser, who can understand language.
— Readers submitted photos and data, then we chose finalists -- the winner will be immortalized in a superhero illustration.
— For Veterans Day, an excerpt from Carey Neesley's "Welcome Home Mama and Boris: How a Sister's Love Saved a Fallen Soldier's Beloved Dogs"
— Twice vets advised he be put down, but this dog wouldn't give up. See the Bill Foundation video.
— Cinnamon Muhlbauer is asking everyone to participate in a global event to Remember Rosie, the inbred Chihuahua who changed the world.
— If you need more proof that dogs are amazing, look no further than these 10.
— My wife and I planned a night for just the two of us, but I should have known better.
— The Ottawa Humane Society seeks donations for her care; her former owner could face jail time.
— Seas, deserts, or miles of highway were no match for the determination of these dogs.
— Most dogs just don't walk out of a shelter through the front door -- but most dogs aren't like Rope.
— She takes home the top honor at the annual American Humane Association event for her part in a reading program that helps kids.
— She was dumped at the shelter, scared, confused, about to give birth. Now she and her pups are all happy and loved in forever homes.
— The dog will be well cared for -- and so will many others, thanks to her will.
— The storyteller talks about the inspiration behind his site, Dog Files, and what compelled him to create a documentary honoring the dogs of 9/11.
— These little dogs and their pals do big jobs: teaching kids, working as innkeepers, even rustling elephants!
— Yes, there are scores of famous pups who have graced screens of all sizes over the decades -- let's talk favorites.
— It looks like our President's daughters win this one: the First Family welcomed their second dog to the White House today.
— My dog, Pinch, is a small breed and stands mere inches off the ground, but his attitude is huge.
— Adam Cohen rides a boat from Berkeley to work in San Francisco; this day he rescued a dog.
— He was hit by a car in an unfamiliar area yet found a family member's home 10 miles away.
— The touching story of John Unger and his dog, Schoep, moved one woman to create a video tribute to them. See it here -- and make sure to have a tissue ready.
— Skateboards, backflips, winks, talking -- what are your favorite videos? We want to see them!
— We interview the owner of "Tillie," who has had 20 solo exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe.
— It was Christmas Day. She was convulsing. But Luz made it back from the brink of death.
— The dog was famous for his feats. So Guinness tracked him down and said, "Prove it." He did.
— What you should be asking is for a list of all the things that Bazz (and dogs in general) can sniff out.