— This senior dog spent years in a mill, where they filed his teeth, so now he lives a softer life.
— Pocker may be only a stuffed animal, but he and his mom Kasia Pisarska do great work raising adoption awareness in all corners of the globe.
— KC was found by the Coast Guard off the Michigan Coast and will soon see his 14th birthday.
— The yellow Lab was in a dangerous spot and suffering when a commuter decided to help.
— If you have your heart set on a particular breed of dog, there are plenty of breed-specific shelters and rescues that will be happy to help.
— The actress is a tireless advocate for animals in need, and her documentary covers everything from puppy mills to the fur trade.
— After a shooting, he was sent to a shelter because no one would rent to him and his owner.
— Since August 2009, Blind Dog Rescue Alliance has been showing us just how adoptable blind dogs can be.
— Using video and social media we aim to build a community around pet rescue and adoption.
— Your new pal doesn't have to keep his shelter name. Here are some tips for choosing a new one.
— He suffered a paralyzing accident in Taiwan that led to amputation, but that's a dim memory now.
— She's a total sweetie searching for a forever home.
— Actor Lou Wegner founded Kids Against Animal Cruelty to educate his peers about pet responsibility, shelter animals, and spay/neuter.
— The writer uses compassion rather than vitriol in addressing the former owner of the dog, Cathy.
— Billie was aggressive to everyone but the woman who put him in a calendar that helps dog rescue.
— Amanda Bird won't be deterred by the bureaucracy -- she wants to save a bunch of stray dogs in Sochi.
— The Olympic skier found a group of puppies that he wants to adopt -- we hope he can do it!
— The Chihuahua pup was left in a trash can in Grand Rapids, but her future looks bright.
— First, go to Sochi. Fortunately, many Americans are there already for the Winter Olympics
— Platty the Golden Retriever was left at a shelter with a massive facial tumor. This might be his last week in this world, so let's celebrate his rescue.
— "He kept saying, 'Save the dog first,' I kept saying, 'No, we're going to save your life first and then the dog, your life is more important.'"
— After the city hired an exterminator to get rid of stray dogs before the Winter Olympics, a group of about 30 people have saved 100 animals.
— His ex-owners said they found the abused dog by the side of the road, but the truth came out.
— "It didn't occur to me to do anything different," she said. "I couldn't watch him die."
— It's a little unconventional, but what matters most is love -- see it in these cute pictures.
— Remy now has a forever home with the Sisters of Our Lady of Christian Doctrine in New York.
— This rescue dog was subject to animal cruelty that cost him a hind leg, but he hasn't slowed down.
— “I was horrified. My heart sank and I wasn’t sure if I was going to be the help she needed. The night I took her home I sat on the floor and just cried with her.”
— See cute photos of the Yorkie who holds the Guinness World Record as a therapy dog.
— He went 10 rounds in subzero woods and then got knocked flat by a car, but this fighter survived.
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