— New to Fulton County Animal Services, the 24-year-old clearly loves his job.
— The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel now lives the dream in New York City, modeling for Karen Walker Eyewear and other brands.
— But first, Angels Among Us seeks a foster to love, dote on, and acclimate Daijon to life as a pet.
— In their new picture book, Eric and Sara Sims take a hilarious approach to a global issue -- the number of older dogs who go unadopted.
— These four-legged heroes are saving lives every day in Afghanistan. The author of “Soldier Dogs,” Maria Goodavage, gives us some fascinating insights into their world.
— No scandal here -- Young's passion for dog rescue and adoption is real! After all, she was adopted.
— Osborne, frontman of the legendary sludge metal band, tells us about his lifetime love of dogs and his current pack.
— Chin turned to the positive-training community for help with Boogie, her Boston Terrier. Now she helps spread their message through illustration.
— The documentary gives audiences an inside look at a prison partnership between inmate handlers and the rescue dogs they train.
— Miss P took a carriage ride through Central Park as part of the annual Canines and Coaches event.
— Published just weeks before Westminster, the social critic and former dog walker's latest book challenges long-held beliefs about purebred dogs.
— The guitarist/singer has a soft spot for older pups, and she will walk in a dog fashion show to benefit Muttville Senior Dog Rescue.
— Let's meet the selfless volunteers who take these infant guide-dog pups into their homes, train them, love them, and then let them go.
— 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.
— Read our interview with the artist and owner of Woof Models, then enter to win a custom portrait of your dog!
— Jean Philpott creates adorable, custom fridge magnets from pictures of dogs as well as from pop star puns.
— The Poodle-Bichon Frise survived being thrown away to become a rescue star and a mascot for One Spirit, One World.
— We chat with founder jme Thomas, who hit on a great way to give dogs more exposure: Name them after rockers!
— The Pit Bull was left to starve and freeze with her parents and littermates, but young Chloe is surviving and thriving against the odds.
— The group's "I Didn't Know" video features Ricky Gervais, Judi Dench, and "Downtown Abby" stars learning the horrible truth about the industry.
— The Dogo Argentino survived unimaginable brutality as a puppy, but went on to find a family and an international audience.
— "Great, now cuddle that puppy a little closer to your chin. And, can you please take off your shirt?"
— Phoebe was 12 years old when her first family gave her up, but this pint-sized Pug proves that senior adoptees still have a lot to give.
— The rescued dogs needed temporary housing while charges against their abusers were resolved. I volunteered to help with their care.
— 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.
— 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.
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