— "We saw his picture and we both fell in love with him, the most beautiful dog we've ever seen," said Banjo's adopter.
— The dog remembered who saved him and nursed him back to health. The photo went viral.
— What if the dog was clearly lost and in distress? I've done this kind of rescue a few times. What about you?
— The actor names the Boxer mix Boston, in honor of the city he visited after the marathon bombings.
— The little dog arrived with both eyes severely damaged -- she had obviously endured abuse and neglect.
— A terrier rescue group gave Wonka "honorary" breed status. Now she's getting the princess treatment she deserves.
— Really? REALLY? The Internet-based dog-sitting company gets us all riled up with its promotion. And then...
— Mysterious, distant barking kept people up at night. Fortunately, those people were soldiers.
— The running group allows dogs to make the best possible impression on potential adopters.
— The 78-year-old perpetrator won't face charges, but Banjo the dog will get a new home.
— The dog underneath wiggled his way into our hearts. Now we can't imagine life without Winkie.
— Dogs who can't hear often learn faster than other dogs, and they respond well to hand signals.
— The sad story comes to a happy end as the Rottweiler goes to a forever home. We live for moments like these.
— Meet Zelda and Dot, the two girls making the "New Girl" actress very happy.
— Time is running out. The temporary shelter is closing, and this poor Rottweiler has no place to go.
— Six families who adopted dogs meet at a Utah rescue group, sharing stories of recovery.
— I foster a lot of dogs and get them ready for adoption. My own dogs are the best teachers. Well, most of the time.
— These fellas come as a pair. One is blind. The other helps him get around. They're best friends.
— I foster owls, beavers and other critters in addition to dogs. And let's just say switching back and forth between "wild" and "domestic" mindsets is a trip.
— The dog with deformed front legs was abandoned on the streets. But her future looks bright.
— The Animal Planet reality star talks about fame, second chances, and her Pit Bull rescue.
— Tonik is not part boy, but he sure looks it.
— Puppies up for adoption are often little furry mysteries with regard to breed and their adult size.
— My dad ended my dream of taking home Fiona the Weimaraner. But I kept thinking about the shelter.
— Goldie was confined to a outdoor cage by awful owners, with nothing to eat. This is the sort of thing that makes us hate humanity.
— The organization plans to live-stream an adoption event that pits Shelter Dogs vs. Street Dogs.
— Nowzad Dogs founder and war veteran Pen Farthing talks about his mission helping Afghan strays.
— The shelter didn't say Marley might be aggressive. We loved him, but we had to bring him back.
— I was heartbroken when my dog died, but training a new puppy helped me to move on.
— I believe the sweet Great Pyrenees cross brought me a message from Diane, months after she died.
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