— After the horrifying video went viral last week, Iranian citizens protested in Tehran and elsewhere, demanding an investigation.
— You can help push the problem into the national spotlight by taking part in the ASPCA's National Dog Fighting Awareness hashtag campaign.
— In Michigan, a man shot his Retriever with a crossbow because she was "aggressive." Charges are on the way, according to prosecutors.
— Nina Louise disappeared from her home over a year ago. Last weekend, she came back when law enforcement busted a cockfighting operation.
— Display the ASPCA's main color to raise awareness during Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month.
— But first, Angels Among Us seeks a foster to love, dote on, and acclimate Daijon to life as a pet.
— 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.
— 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.
— Jagger, a three-year-old Irish Setter, died at home, but an autopsy determined the poisoning took place at the dog show in Birmingham, England.
— Vets saved the dog's leg, but Tampa police need the public's help in finding out who committed such a horrible crime.
— This week, a crude doghouse was discovered on the street, nailed shut. Inside was a scared, hurt dog who had been left to die.
— The tragic case of domestic-abuse victim Christy Mack got me thinking about her dogs and the pets of other survivors; fortunately, one shelter has a way to help.
— SayNoToDogMeat.Net will rally the world on April 4 with its first Global March for Dogs and Cats in the Pet Meat Trade.
— These one-day events introduce animal advocates to the art of lobbying -- so they can encourage their state legislators to support humane laws.
— Rescue brought Lanie to her forever home with Emmie, and their human now knows that every breed can be found for adoption -- even Morkies!
— She went from being a food-aggressive foster dog to sharing with her pack, and the woman who changed Maggie's life found her own changed as well.
— The Border Collies are healing in a foster home as adoption offers pour in.
— The group's "I Didn't Know" video features Ricky Gervais, Judi Dench, and "Downtown Abby" stars learning the horrible truth about the industry.
— Despite having bullets fired into his jaw, Wilson stuck with his puppies and their mother until human help arrived.
— Roo was rescued from a dog-fighting ring and has had serious issues with her legs, but the future is looking bright.
— Traumatized by life in a cage, timid Trudy has found a home where she can be free and become brave.
— As we recap 2014's most awesome dogs, we present the case of a particularly adorable survivor.
— Today we celebrate a dog-fighting survivor turned canine therapy expert.
— As the indie game designer watched her dog die, Gamergate couldn't even give Wu the space to mourn.
— The rescued dogs needed temporary housing while charges against their abusers were resolved. I volunteered to help with their care.
— The Pit Bull was rescued from Michael Vick's dog-fighting ring and now works as a therapy dog with kids.
— Nancy Fox and SayNoToDogMeat.Net saved five dogs from the butcher’s knife and ended the acts of animal cruelty at an orphanage.
— Officers must police themselves and act with discretion rather than killing dogs recklessly.
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