— DoggyBnb and PetFlow.com present the tournament-style contest, which raises awareness and funds for animal rescues across the U.S.
— California native Janice Chatterton founded a rescue group and a shelter in Puerto Vallarta with space for 130 dogs and cats.
— Xoloitzcuintli Primitive Breed Rescue has taken in 10 of these intriguing dogs in less than a year.
— Thanks to volunteer pilots and their planes, Wings of Rescue has flown more than 8,300 dogs from kill shelters to new homes.
— The group joined two Southern California rescues to fly dogs and cats to Washington and Oregon where they'll have a better chance at adoption.
— This Virginia rescue takes in wiener dogs deemed unadoptable due to old age or medical issues.
— With one mobile clinic, the group can spay and neuter 120 pets per week; it plans to get 30 of them.
— My online pharmacy for pet medications donates 100 percent of net profit to animal rescue efforts.
— A controversy in L.A. shows that some groups' requirements are too rigid, which could push people to buy from breeders and pet stores.
— Since August 2009, Blind Dog Rescue Alliance has been showing us just how adoptable blind dogs can be.
— Danny can now check off "Be a Dogster Hero" from his canine bucket list.
— This group is dedicated to saving and sheltering Hawaii's abandoned, neglected and unwanted animals.
— "Everywhere, in all Greek cities, you see dogs, like ghosts, just a shadow of what a dog should be."
— As more people learn of the horrors inside puppy mills, the movement to shut them down grows.
— "Soldiers saving puppies -- puppies saving soldiers" is the heartwarming motto of this very special rescue group.
— Kindness, compassion, and patience turn this scared, aggressive dog into a loving companion.
— In a serendipitous chain of events, Bertha saves Pit Bull mix puppies who were set to be euthanized.
— The dog remembered who saved him and nursed him back to health. The photo went viral.
— Second Chance Pit Bull Rescue was not what it seemed. It took some work, but I got it closed.
— Two California rescuers used cheeseburgers to lure the dog, but she warmed to them right away.
— Six families who adopted dogs meet at a Utah rescue group, sharing stories of recovery.
— 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.
— The Dogster crew is pledging to do 13 acts of kindness towards dogs and their humans before 2013. And we'd love if you did, too.
— My rescue group, Southpaws Express, transports dogs and puppies to new homes in the Northeast. Here's how we got started.
— In 2011 alone, the group saved more than 700 German Shepherds. We talk to founder and documentary subject Robin Jampol.
— Less-adoptable dogs deserve homes just as much as "perfect" ones.
— Sonya, called the Google Street View Dog, joins the animals his Hope for Paws group has helped.
— We sit down with the Governor of the Heart of Texas and founder of the Utopia Animal Rescue Ranch.
— Vicki Combs leads the organization that has found 225 dogs new homes since 2005.
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