— 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 award show airs on Oct. 30 and features celebrities, animal advocates, and Susie, who overcame unimaginable odds.
— Allison Janney hosts the PBS documentary series; see the video trailer for the episode airing Oct. 5.
— We chat with the show's star Anson Mount, who regularly takes his French Bulldog to the set and shares their adventures on social media.
— "I’ve worked with a lot of dogs and they’re like kids -- they are so pure. And ... like kids, dogs only want to be on set if there’s a treat involved."
— He's one of the youngest moguls in the real estate industry and a TV star, and his true love is his little dog, Starla.
— What better way to celebrate the return of the show than to dress up as the main stars?
— The actors of the NBC sitcom about a guide dog and his family talk about -- what else? -- dogs.
— Bitsie plays Juliette Silverton on the show, but her French Bulldog has the starring role in her heart.
— We imagine our favorite survivors of the zombie apocalypse as dogs. Did we kill it?
— She's behind the Taco Bell Chihuahua, the Aflac duck, and the Budweiser "Puppy Love" ad.
— 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.
— And now, a longing look back at the 1980s toys and their recent resurgence. Did you have one as a kid?
— It was digitally enhanced, not real, but did it drive you nuts or was it just fun and games?
— A parade of pooches marched through the commercials of this year's Super Bowl XLVIII. Watch them all right here!
— Puppies, Clydesdales, puppy adoption, gamboling -- this ad is might kill you with cuteness.
— The automaker goes for "bizarre troubled fake plastic dog" in its Super Bowl commercial.
— The Chinese Crested rescue dog has a great crew behind him, too. Your move, Kanye.
— Penguin cheerleaders and a parachuting kitten will appear with the Internet legend. Also: Lil Bub!
— A lot of fans were disappointed with the Homeland finale. Is the solution to replace the entire cast with dogs?
— Was Brian's comeback a reaction to viewer outrage or a ploy to boost the show's ratings?
— Can you imagine running a house with 21 dogs in it? Reality stars Chris and Mariesa did just that.
— In every episode, a dog is pulled from a shelter, trained, and given a forever home.
— 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.
— Yes, there are scores of famous pups who have graced screens of all sizes over the decades -- let's talk favorites.
— Do not fear: Lady is still with Sansa. That's one sad death on the show you can pretend never happened.
— We're two weeks into the nationwide DirectTV launch of television made for dogs. How's it going?
— She sheds light on the reality show that follows KickAss K9 Rescue -- it airs Aug. 12.
— Walter White is back, baby, and we're celebrating by imagining him as a Cocker Spaniel. Because we can.
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