— 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.
— Caring for my most challenging dog client is still more enjoyable than cold calling. Have you considered changing jobs to one that involved animals?
— She went from being a food-aggressive foster dog to sharing with her pack, and the woman who changed Maggie's life found her own changed as well.
— When a small-town shelter in Georgia faced the possibility of euthanizing dogs to clear space, an angel army arrived, placing the dogs in foster homes.
— "It's not a formal refuge," says founder Mike Whitley. "We're just volunteers with the time, space, and love to share our home with dogs.”
— The cruel practice of using dogs as test animals is alive and well, and Beagles are one of the most popular breeds.
— 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!
— In the program, veterans train dogs to become service animals who will help them navigate post-war life.
— I could go to a local rescue and adopt a dog within a few hours -- and it's really hard not to do exactly that.
— The Pit Bull was set on fire as a puppy, but brave Susie wouldn't give up on life -- or humans. Her story has changed animal-cruelty laws in North Carolina.
— From educating the public to hosting spay/neuter events, this North Carolina group is dedicated to saving Pit Bulls.
— The eco-friendly beds are a big hit with celebrities, including Jessica Alba, and Kari puts Greener Pup's profits toward the Ace of Hearts rescue.
— Mckenzi Taylor started PoundWishes, which grants lifesaving wishes to sick and injured dogs waiting for homes.
— Sacrifice is an inherent part of having animals in your life. Here's what I've given up.
— The high-end retail store and spa also makes space for rescue pups, and the public -- including Hollywood celebrities -- are taking notice.
— Holidays make many people open their wallets to help causes they care about, and dog lovers are no exception.
— Cole Amyx has donated $4,000 from his sales to Houston animal welfare organizations since starting the business at the age of 8.
— The Vafa Animal Shelter fights religious taboo and social attitudes to get dogs off Tehran streets and into new homes.
— She takes pictures of rescue pets, helping them stand out in adoption listings; she then sells the photos to help fund more shoots!
— After a decade in a cage himself, this former breeder works to spring other puppy mill dogs across the country.
— The hockey team is dedicated to getting shelter dogs adopted; player Dennis Seidenberg tells us about the project.
— 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.
— Founded by Louise Coleman, the group has worked to rescue Greyhounds for more than 30 years, here and abroad.
— Jerry O'Connell, Kathy Griffin, Kristin Chenoweth, Hilary Swank, and other stars turned out for the rescue event, which airs Thanksgiving night.
— The annual fundraiser and adoption drive helps homeless puppies and kittens find their forever families.
— Named for idol Miley Cyrus, this Miniature Dachshund loves to wear wigs and eye-catching costumes while performing her "hit" songs.
— The star of the new TV show "State of Affairs" chats with us about her eight dogs and the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation.
— 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.
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