— Brother Wolf Animal Rescue and Buncombe County residents work together to educate the public and draw support for a ban on the practice.
— After their beloved Sashi died, the boys founded PAWSitively Curing Cancer to raise funds for dog cancer research.
— The society's serene Utah sanctuary trains scores of volunteers in animal welfare. They can chose to work with rescue dogs and cats, of course, but also horses, pigs, bunnies, and parrots!
— Countless hours on the road are worth it for a Greyhound-loving couple who helps retired racers find loving homes up north.
— The adorable "Oaktown Pup" features shelter dogs getting funky, plus it has a spay/neuter message!
— Rescued by a U.S. serviceman in South Korea and later taken in by Treasured k9s, Alex awaits his forever home.
— "Gift" is a heartbreaking depiction of a family abandoning one of their own.
— Aaron Schlecter wants to raise $3,700 to help him professionally name dogs and write about it. Also, he'd like $1.2 billion so he can buy Kickstarter.
— In honor of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month, here's how you can recognize crimes against dogs and do something about it.
— New to Fulton County Animal Services, the 24-year-old clearly loves his job.
— The Cairn Terrier/Yorkie mix helps veterans as a therapy dog, but she’s also making sure other paralyzed pets get wheels of their own.
— 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.
— This parody charity video is a hilarious look at a magical moment between two dogs and Dad John.
— You can help push the problem into the national spotlight by taking part in the ASPCA's National Dog Fighting Awareness hashtag campaign.
— A photo of Chester with a sign asking for help goes viral on Facebook and gets the dog adopted.
— Display the ASPCA's main color to raise awareness during Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month.
— The famed pet rock rescue (and full-service landscaping outfit) wants to put a pet rock in every home (or flowerbed).
— 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.
— The dogs are now in loving forever homes thanks to the Humane Society of the United States.
— Operation Houston wants to map the city's nearly one million stray dogs in order to guide rescuers to their locations and better address the problem.
— Humane Society International worked with the farmer to shutter his gruesome 20-year operation and to transition into produce farming.
— DoggyBnb and PetFlow.com present the tournament-style contest, which raises awareness and funds for animal rescues across the U.S.
— Angelique Schornstein moved to Baja 25 years ago and has since saved thousands of strays and pets.
— Ten months ago, Shaun Mitchell found out his Boxer Charlie has cancer. The self-taught artist has started selling dog portraits to pay for his care.
— The three groups that get the most votes will share funds from the Member Donation Program, which could total more than $100,000.
— 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.
— With his passing, we remember the man who took his TV wealth and gave it to the 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.
— The book-and-toy set, created by Laurie Brown-Nagin, gives shelter dogs a friendly face. Plus, all her profits go to animal shelters!
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