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— The actress is a tireless advocate for animals in need, and her documentary covers everything from puppy mills to the fur trade.
— Since August 2009, Blind Dog Rescue Alliance has been showing us just how adoptable blind dogs can be.
— We talk to David Fung, the man behind New York's most fashionable pupster.
— After the trainer adopted a dog left behind by Katrina, she learned all she could about dealing with fearful dogs -- she even wrote the book on it.
— The man who's shot some of film and TV's biggest names talks about dogs, adoption, and fun shoots.
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— The acclaimed new book is by Dr. Gregory Berns, the groundbreaking scientist who conducts MRI tests on dogs to discover what makes them tick.
— "My dog kinda looks like a little fat bubble -- she's like this little ball of fatness, so I decided to call her Bubbles."
— The TV chef talks about her dog and Rachael's Rescue, her group that helps Pit Bulls.
— We interview retired professor John Pilley and his bright dog, Chaser, who can understand language.
— The world record holder for the dance explains that dogs are natural booty shakers already.
— We get advice from the head of a Humane Society in Georgia, who deals with hundreds each year.
— We talk to Teresa King about her dog Leaf, who worked in a racetrack kennel and now has cancer; it's sure to make you a believer in fate and love.
— Can you imagine running a house with 21 dogs in it? Reality stars Chris and Mariesa did just that.
— We interview two handlers who work with the K-9 Unit at the United Nations in New York City.
— Whether you're adding a dog to your family or trying to bring harmony to an existing kids-and-dogs household, behavior consultant Jennifer Shryock has some advice.
— We interview Ben Riggan, the inventor of the biodegradable Paw Pods pet burial system.
— We talk to Justin Brown of the National Park Service for tips on what to do about coyotes.
— She sheds light on the reality show that follows KickAss K9 Rescue -- it airs Aug. 12.
— Who makes the adorable dog video you're dying over? It could be the Pet Collective -- that's its job.
— We interview the owner of "Tillie," who has had 20 solo exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe.
— Sebastian Saraceno and Ronald Lee Clark drop an album. Part of the proceeds goes to dog rescue.
— Like it or not, pet preservation is a thing. We talk to director Amy Finkel, who takes a nonjudgemental approach to such memorials in her documentary.
— “Don’t get embarrassed about crying after a pet’s loss," says the host of "Into the Wild."
— These eight dynamos may not yet be mainstream names, but I'm convinced they will be.
— Her owner scored YouTube hit with a mildly scandalous song about Loca's mobility issue.
— He began small, traveling the U.S., photographing his dog on things. Now they're on a book tour.
— We interview members of the family that has maintained the famous dog's bloodline since 1957.
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