— New to Fulton County Animal Services, the 24-year-old clearly loves his job.
— Volunteer pilots will fly the dogs and cats from Southern California to no-kill shelters in the Pacific Northwest -- and the group hopes to transport 6,000 total this year.
— The famed pet rock rescue (and full-service landscaping outfit) wants to put a pet rock in every home (or flowerbed).
— He was mutilated by a breeder as a puppy, but things have turned around: Brutus is now the second dog known to have four prosthetic limbs.
— But first, Angels Among Us seeks a foster to love, dote on, and acclimate Daijon to life as a pet.
— After years of killing stray dogs and cats after only 10 days in a shelter, Madrid has made the decision to become a no-kill city.
— Humane Society International worked with the farmer to shutter his gruesome 20-year operation and to transition into produce farming.
— Angelique Schornstein moved to Baja 25 years ago and has since saved thousands of strays and pets.
— The dogs, many pulled from animal shelters, help former soldiers regain their independence.
— Osborne, frontman of the legendary sludge metal band, tells us about his lifetime love of dogs and his current pack.
— We chat with his person, Courtney Dasher, about "Tuna Melts My Heart" and how the photo book helps shelter dogs.
— Hendrix juggles her role on Denis Leary's new TV show with recording the weekly podcast, which features as guests animal-loving celebrities and stars from the rescue world.
— His touching story became a bestselling book that inspired the world and increased awareness of the horrible cruelty that is dog fighting.
— The book-and-toy set, created by Laurie Brown-Nagin, gives shelter dogs a friendly face. Plus, all her profits go to animal shelters!
— After struggling with his own mental health, founder David Rogers committed himself to advocating for dogs facing such challenges.
— "The Walking Dead" star has joined The Majority Project, a photo campaign to change negative perceptions of Pit Bulls and their owners.
— Edna's of Asheville takes its name from the owners' prized Pug, who greets customers and helps out with animal rescue fundraisers.
— After adopting a resource-guarding Basset-Hound Lab from Wayside Waifs, Greg Connally found a delicious way to thank the group.
— The tragic case of domestic-abuse victim Christy Mack got me thinking about her dogs and the pets of other survivors; fortunately, one shelter has a way to help.
— The dog-loving seamstress will be in a celebrity gifting suite for Oscars attendees, giving her small business -- and Pit Bulls -- a ton of exposure.
— These one-day events introduce animal advocates to the art of lobbying -- so they can encourage their state legislators to support humane laws.
— The makers hire at-risk teens to work in the bakery, helping them to learn valuable work skills and overcome homelessness.
— Hope for Paws spotted a photo of the Tijuana stray on Facebook, crossed the border to pick her up, then sent Iggy north to a loving forever home.
— Through sales of pet products and Valentine's Day kits, Tito's Vodka helps Emancipet provide low-cost and free spaying and neutering services.
— Found Animals will award five $2,500 grants to spay/neuter groups that use the #50shadesofspay hashtag on Facebook this month.
— From retrofitting his vehicle into a Bully taxi to running rescue transports, this retired military vet is a true hometown hero!
— The Poodle mix with spinal issues needed a lot of help on his road to adoption, but it worked out in the end -- he now has his forever home.
— 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.
— Owner Christine Iverson is baking dog treats to benefit animal rescues while encouraging others to do the same with her free downloadable bake sale kit.
— The rescue German Shepherd will appear in a Nicholas Sparks novel thanks to the calming influence he's had on his military family.
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