— "The Walking Dead" star has joined The Majority Project, a photo campaign to change negative perceptions of Pit Bulls and their owners.
— Meet Bradley Pooper and Bark Ruffalo. Also in Oscars news: Ellen DeGeneres will donate 10,000 meals each to 20 losers' animal shelter of choice.
— The dog-loving seamstress will be in a celebrity gifting suite for Oscars attendees, giving her small business -- and Pit Bulls -- a ton of exposure.
— Charlie the Maltese, a Beverly Hills icon, has been stolen -- but with a big reward and celebrity friends, he stands a good shot of coming home.
— Schachner watches the pups during the big game, but in his personal life, he fosters dogs in his New York home.
— We catch up the host of Hallmark Channel's "Home and Family" to talk about his love of dogs, including Fred, the family Golden Retriever.
— We chat with founder jme Thomas, who hit on a great way to give dogs more exposure: Name them after rockers!
— These Hawaiian-born Pomeranians dress up in some of the most vivid and fantastical outfits around!
— "Great, now cuddle that puppy a little closer to your chin. And, can you please take off your shirt?"
— This Hawaiian Pomeranian in her signature red goggles loves to dress up as Santa and his elves.
— Tia Torres and her family work with animals all day, every day. I've learned from them, among many other things, that rescue is a way of life.
— The hockey team is dedicated to getting shelter dogs adopted; player Dennis Seidenberg tells us about the project.
— The writer has three rescues and wants to hear about yours -- he's sponsoring an adoption-story contest, and the winner will be in his next novel.
— Jerry O'Connell, Kathy Griffin, Kristin Chenoweth, Hilary Swank, and other stars turned out for the rescue event, which airs Thanksgiving night.
— The star of the new TV show "State of Affairs" chats with us about her eight dogs and the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation.
— The award show airs on Oct. 30 and features celebrities, animal advocates, and Susie, who overcame unimaginable odds.
— Photographer Liz Stavrinides' book features canine rescue stories including several celebrities.
— Allison Janney hosts the PBS documentary series; see the video trailer for the episode airing Oct. 5.
— New York City's Marnie gets pictures with celebs including Tina Fey, Lena Dunham, and Jonah Hill.
— Anne and husband Wil of "Star Trek" fame are big supporters of the event that benefits the Pasadena Humane Society and SPCA.
— The 13-year-old star has a long history of rescue, thanks to his parents, who regularly take in animals on their farm.
— It's like the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, but with people taking a pie in the face to benefit dog rescue. We nominate you!
— During decades of interviews, she has learned a lot about professional athletes from their pets
— Some in the press say the late actress' gesture for her beloved Papillon, Sophie, is overindulgent, but wouldn't you do the same if you could?
— New York City’s longtime rock DJ uses her fame to help people work through the pain of losing a pet.
— The show is smack in the middle of Tinseltown's awards season, right where it should be.
— Tina the Pit Bull enjoys water sports, golf, and lounging in Justin Timberlake's laundry.
— Dozens of stars turned out for NYC's giant event, hosted by James Franco and Bernadette Peters.
— Also, enter to win a complete collection of the reward-based dog-trainer's e-books and DVDs.
— The Lurcher was found during cleanup of the Glastonbury Festival, where Parton performed.
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