— We talk to Carey Edwards of Australian Working Dog Rescue, which places high-energy working breeds in the places they love best.
— After adopting a 16-year-old Pit Bull, Fusaro began helping old dogs in the best way she knew: by taking their pictures. Her book comes out in 2015.
— Siblings Kathy and Ali spent their lives aiding hikers, but after budget cuts they were cruelly left to fend for themselves.
— 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.
— The advocacy group and its "elves" are at it again, collecting toys, food, and money for dogs in need.
— Founders Ed and Leslie Grinnell have made more than 20,000 custom wheelchairs for dogs around the world.
— 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.
— Lucca led more than 400 missions during three deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, and no one she served with ever got hurt.
— The award show airs on Oct. 30 and features celebrities, animal advocates, and Susie, who overcame unimaginable odds.
— California native Janice Chatterton founded a rescue group and a shelter in Puerto Vallarta with space for 130 dogs and cats.
— More than 3,000 U.S. and Canadian schools use the program in which shelter dogs help teach kids social and emotional skills.
— "Rowan's accuracy is incredible," says Abby. "He alerts me when my blood sugar is ... beginning to drop, and this gives me enough time to check it."
— A sadness circles the globe after her passing; friends and colleagues comment on her life.
— Xoloitzcuintli Primitive Breed Rescue has taken in 10 of these intriguing dogs in less than a year.
— The group that pairs models with Pit Bulls for its yearly calendar is releasing a book; we talk about rescue, BSL, and gorgeous pictures.
— For 10 years Paul and Vicki Hopkins have saved many abandoned dogs and cats from euthanasia.
— Famous athletes and rock stars pose with dogs in this Baltimore-based ad campaign.
— Strays in Puerto Rico lead a miserable existence, but these volunteers are helping find them homes.
— 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.
— Thanks to volunteer pilots and their planes, Wings of Rescue has flown more than 8,300 dogs from kill shelters to new homes.
— New York City’s longtime rock DJ uses her fame to help people work through the pain of losing a pet.
— The brand-new Seattle rescue is gorgeous; you can’t help but notice that this is a place where animals and people alike feel loved and welcome.
— Its volunteers visit shelters around Wilmington, N.C., looking to help dogs who face long odds of being adopted find forever homes.
— Service dog trainers and puppy raisers talk about preparing dogs for a lifetime of helping others.
— The company donates 20 percent of its revenue to 19 rescue partners in 16 states in the U.S.
— For International Assistance Dog Week, here's a collection of Dogster stories and photos covering their remarkable skills and life-changing abilities.
— "Dogs and cats were bred thousands of years ago to be our friends and companions, not our food," says the co-founder of SayNoToDogMeat.Net.
— Dozens of stars turned out for NYC's giant event, hosted by James Franco and Bernadette Peters.
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