— The star of the new TV show "State of Affairs" chats with us about her eight dogs and the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation.
— The tiny Papillon and her teen handler, Joel Wilcox, spread awareness about epilepsy and the service dogs who help those with the disorder.
— "Top Dog" tells the story of Lucca, a German Shepherd mix who lost a leg while serving as a military dog.
— Nancy Fox and SayNoToDogMeat.Net saved five dogs from the butcher’s knife and ended the acts of animal cruelty at an orphanage.
— He survived pack life on village streets in Northern Saskatchewan, but now the mixed-breed tripod lives the good life as an indoor dog.
— Photographer Liz Stavrinides' book features canine rescue stories including several celebrities.
— The group that pairs models with Pit Bulls for its yearly calendar is releasing a book; we talk about rescue, BSL, and gorgeous pictures.
— We chat with the photographer about the outlandish pictures in his follow-up to "Underwater Dogs." We're giving away a copy.
— 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
— Famous athletes and rock stars pose with dogs in this Baltimore-based ad campaign.
— The Golden Retriever just seems to know who needs him; he’ll often walk around the hospital and sniff out the person who needs his comfort.
— Turbo.Roo's pit crew was so inspired by his experience with a wheelchair, they've decided to make them for other dogs.
— We go behind-the-scenes with the two- and four-leggers behind Whistle, the fitbit for dogs.
— We chat with Stephanie Martinez-Peres about how rescue dogs are helping to rehabilitate inmates.
— Thanks to volunteer pilots and their planes, Wings of Rescue has flown more than 8,300 dogs from kill shelters to new homes.
— An animal control officer in a state park found a cardboard box full of Pitties; she took one home.
— It occurred to me that one day I'll have to retire Nash, so I talked to other blind people who have retired dogs to learn what they've done.
— When I heard Eli was planning to do a fundraiser for local bully breed rescue groups, I knew I had to talk with him -- and get tattooed by him.
— Also, enter to win a complete collection of the reward-based dog-trainer's e-books and DVDs.
— The award-winning actor is known for his surly characters, but he's a big softie for his dogs.
— The best designs from the '50s and '60s form the basis for his book, "Dog Food For Thought."
— Berloni has been the dog trainer for Broadway shows -- including Sandy from "Annie" -- for more than 40 years. Find out how he does it.
— We know that many people don't like some of what we do, but we choose our tactics with animals' best interests in mind.
— "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 also helping raise money for drought relief in Brazil -- oh, and jumping in a lot of puddles.
— We talk to Chris Perondi of Stunt Dog Productions about the Extreme Canines Stunt Dog Show.
— We caught up with the New York-based artist to talk about his "Pet Portraits" exhibit at Dorfman Projects in NYC.
— 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.
— The actress and author shares her passion for dogs, dolphins, and protecting the oceans.
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