— Ares and Zeus became instant friends when they met in an Orlando shelter. But they would have died in that shelter if not for kind-hearted people on the Internet.
— The winner of this year's Beneful Dream Dog Park design challenge did indeed dream big.
— For Jacky Lo, drowning a dog in a washing machine wasn't enough; now he's threatening to drown a dog a week if people don't answer his quiz questions correctly.
— In a totally unsurprising move, the heiress adds another furry tea cup something or other to her collection.
— An Orange County pup brought to Canada sees snow for the first time during freak summer snowstorm.
— A Great Dane named Zeus held the record for two years, during which time he worked as a therapy dog in local schools and hospitals.
— Bretagne and her handler Denise Corliss appeared on the "Today" show to talk about their experience.
— Annie sits in what's called a Bailey chair because she has megaesophagus; the chair and the condition are more common that one might think.
— A lawsuit says as much. The National Federation of the Blind cites more than 30 instances where drivers denied service.
— A new book shows the heroic iconography the Soviets used to celebrate the dogs they sent into space, but there is a lot more to the story.
— Vet and designer Doris Carvalho makes them and wants to make more. See her Kickstarter video.
— The killings accompany 100,000 vaccinations in a rabies-control effort after 5 people died from it.
— Don't get bent out of shape -- the idiots who posted it are not worth your time.
— It's hilarious stuff -- and wildly irresponsible. What do you think?
— The recall now affects 15-pound and 55-pound bags of dry dog food sold in seven states.
— The chain will pay vet bills for a woman who suspects drying caused the death of her dog shortly after a grooming. Should it do more?
— Dogs in costume joined their owners for an event held at Magic Kingdom Park. See the pictures!
— Walter, equipped with a wearable camera, merely runs to the water and jumps in, but what a run.
— A video showing Hague abusing a friend's dog provoked such outrage that the company eventually had to sever its ties with him.
— It's a portrait of having a dog in a city like New York, as sung by a man who has seen it all.
— It's like the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, but with people taking a pie in the face to benefit dog rescue. We nominate you!
— Why is it so hard for businesses to educate workers on service dogs?
— Seeing the results of a contest in Veterinary Practice News, the questions is not "What will a dog eat?" but rather, "What won't they eat?"
— Fans are going crazy over the revelation that Hello Kitty is not a cat, so just to make sure, Peanuts reassured Snoopy fans via Twitter.
— A team of scientists may have figured out the algorithm that describes how dogs herd sheep. Do we want to replace sheepdogs with machines?
— The limited recall affects certain 15-pound bags sold in Dollar General Stores in four states.
— The future of Centerplate, which provides food at big sports complexes, is in doubt over a video of CEO Des Hague abusing a Doberman Pinscher.
— The company's Fetch harness holds two cameras at once and is designed for comfort.
— Pictures of the Pom show how he won speed records for walking on his front and back legs.
— Some in the press say the late actress' gesture for her beloved Papillon, Sophie, is overindulgent, but wouldn't you do the same if you could?
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