— Lori coordinates the foster program at Regional Animal Services of King County, Washington, welcoming the hardest cases into her own home.
— When Silvie Bordeaux's beloved Toy Poodle went blind, she saw a way to improve his quality of life.
— The New York City comic's group, Stewie to the Rescue, helps low-income families pay vet bills.
— "I’ve worked with a lot of dogs and they’re like kids -- they are so pure. And ... like kids, dogs only want to be on set if there’s a treat involved."
— He's one of the youngest moguls in the real estate industry and a TV star, and his true love is his little dog, Starla.
— Nathan follows up "Couture Dogs of New York" with his second book of dog photography.
— We interview the model and actress who is passionately dedicated to animal advocacy.
— The actors of the NBC sitcom about a guide dog and his family talk about -- what else? -- dogs.
— Bitsie plays Juliette Silverton on the show, but her French Bulldog has the starring role in her heart.
— Attlee, the world's cutest dog author, reviews pet-friendly hotels around the U.K.
— We talk to America’s most decorated gymnast about her athletic career, her Labrador Retriever, and her company, Shannon Miller Lifestyle.
— Crystal talks about her beloved Charlie, her lifelong love of dogs, and her animal rescue work.
— He was the only dog in the new Healing Paws program when the attack occurred, paving the way for therapy dogs at Boston Medical Center.
— 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.
— She's behind the Taco Bell Chihuahua, the Aflac duck, and the Budweiser "Puppy Love" ad.
— As a consultant on NBC’s "Growing Up Fisher" and media liaison for Guide Dogs of America, Lorri knows guide dogs -- she even uses one herself.
— 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.
— New York photographer Sophie Gamand talks about catching dogs in the act of being bathed.
— 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.
— I am against these practices, and I am not alone -- I asked a top Rottweiler breeder and a well-known veterinarian to share their thoughts.
— 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.
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