— As a consultant on NBC’s "Growing Up Fisher" and media liaison for Guide Dogs of America, Lorri knows guide dogs -- she even uses one herself.
— Okay, so the Oscars don't recognize dogs. But I do! Here are my five favorite dog actors of 2013.
— "The inmate was about six feet tall, hard and lean in his buzz cut and prison uniform, a stark contrast to Daisy’s softly rounded lines."
— Here are the best dog names chosen by American presidents. Checkers and Sweet Lips, anyone?
— It's just as well; the Irving, Texas, hopeful looks like he'd enjoy his yard better than City Hall.
— Hounds can have a hard time on courses designed for Border Collies, but this one had a chance.
— The Terriers, Working dogs and Sporting dogs compete, while the final 7 meet for Best in Show!
— Here's our first round of news and photos about which dogs and breeds went home winners.
— The Afghani terrorist group claims in a new video that it captured the dog -- which is believed to be British -- in a raid on Dec. 23.
— The second-longest-running U.S. sporting event has 2,845 contenders. Let's talk about who could come out on top.
— Are the blind misunderstood? Sure, but even more misunderstood than the blind are our guide dogs.
— Cecil Williams also gets to keep his retiring guide dog, thanks to support from Internet donors.
— Guide Dogs for the Blind takes Alfie from a woman who had done much volunteer work for the group.
— More than 4,000 dogs from around the world came to Orlando to meet and compete. See photos!
— And now, thanks to the Internet, the man will be able to keep his dog after he retires.
— We recap the most awesome dogs of 2013. Today we salute some peace-keeping working dogs.
— Dogs make everything better: Anxious airline passengers can seek solace in these therapy dogs.
— Be the first to know which breeds and which dogs won big at the National Dog Show!
— Wow your friends with our cheat sheet!
— The event is one of the most watched dog shows in the United States -- who will win?
— Dogs are powerful symbols -- and the companies could easily give something back to dogs.
— And get this: The dog's name is Elvis.
— We interview two handlers who work with the K-9 Unit at the United Nations in New York City.
— The prince retired, and the dogs were euthanized. The RAF is saying it's a "coincidence."
— "Soldiers saving puppies -- puppies saving soldiers" is the heartwarming motto of this very special rescue group.
— The district says the dog would be "a distraction, scare other children, and aggravate allergies."
— US Airways says it's about the man's temper, not his dog. Watch the video and see what you think.
— The therapy dog's life is filled with helping people, and she inspires others to overcome disabilities.
— 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.
— Join us Tuesday, Sept. 10, for a Twitter chat with director Kenn Bell when the documentary premieres on Animal Planet.
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