— The Massachusetts Canine Response Team gives Mishi the black Lab one more assignment before they had to put her to sleep.
— The canine mascot for the Duck Down record label was an underground canine hip-hop legend. We talk to his owner Dru-Ha about his life.
— In the post, the satellite radio DJ describes in heartbreaking detail what Zoe, a 16-year-old rescue dog, meant to his family.
— This video is difficult to watch, but the grief this dog shows is why we keep dogs as companions.
— Edward Carter was dropped off at a shelter with advanced lymphoma. For most dogs that would be a death sentence, but he's living out the rest of his life with the Motley Zoo.
— Each day we recap the awesome dogs of 2013. Today we pick our most memorable pup.
— Mike Petrosino is dying of cancer, but he was able to smile when his old pal Rusty the dog visited him in the hospital.
— After his temporary death, the "Family Guy" pooch has been featured on two "most-influential" lists. Will success spoil him?
— This photo popped up on Reddit yesterday, causing the Internet to breathe a collective sigh.
— We call for compassion rather than condemnation of the founder of the Animal Rights Foundation.
— This company's container made from a biodegradable polymer hold your pet's ashes and grows a tree; it seeks funding via Kickstarter.
— The owners of the recently departed Great Dane, once the world's tallest dog, ask people to give on what would have been his eighth birthday.
— A fund has been set up in the name of Sarah Jayne Orton, who asked her friends for shelter donations at her birthday party shortly before she died.
— The dog who spent her life breeding puppies at a dog-racing track crosses the Rainbow Bridge.
— "Boogie was a rascal and he went out the way he wanted, by being a little mischievous and not being too shy to soak up the glory."
— 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.
— Lucy lay there quietly. I told her again and again how much I loved her. I thanked her for blessing me with her company.
— A Dachshund and a Maltese warmed his heart, even as he grew sick, and kept my family smiling.
— It was the final act for Simon, the loyal Boxer -- he sacrificed himself to save his owner's son.
— Unfortunately, Bradley didn't survive, but the brave act was in character for the little dog.
— A tumor the size of a grapefruit. I saw it on the X-ray, filling the space between his liver, his spleen, and his stomach.
— Dunkin has departed this world for the Rainbow Bridge, but the once-brutally abused dog leaves behind a message of love and kindness.
— The condo owner says the events, separated by only three days, were accidents, and police agree.
— The comedian pens a proper goodbye to her best friend, a Chihuahua-Pug she rescued 14 years ago.
— We interview Ben Riggan, the inventor of the biodegradable Paw Pods pet burial system.
— My dog, Dobby, overcame long odds, but seizures have made life harder than death. I say farewell, remembering the good times and the bad.
— Artist Stephen Huneck and his wife Gwen created the center dedicated to loving and cherishing dogs.
— But not everyone in San Francisco likes the idea. Veteran politician Angela Alioto calls it "creepy."
— Creature appeared on the ugly dog circuit but then was diagnosed with aggressive lymphoma.
— Here is what I say you should do when it comes to euthanasia and your dog: Ignore the meddlers and follow your heart.
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