— Strays in Puerto Rico lead a miserable existence, but these volunteers are helping find them homes.
— Precious Pups Rescue of New York was shut down after allegations it adopted out sick dogs for high prices; is better regulation the solution?
— The English Bulldog was used for cash and then discarded, but LaShena Harris didn't give up hope.
— We chat with Stephanie Martinez-Peres about how rescue dogs are helping to rehabilitate inmates.
— Thanks to volunteer pilots and their planes, Wings of Rescue has flown more than 8,300 dogs from kill shelters to new homes.
— An animal control officer in a state park found a cardboard box full of Pitties; she took one home.
— New York City’s longtime rock DJ uses her fame to help people work through the pain of losing a pet.
— We like to think our mutt is worth every penny we paid. But how much is too much?
— The brand-new Seattle rescue is gorgeous; you can’t help but notice that this is a place where animals and people alike feel loved and welcome.
— Its volunteers visit shelters around Wilmington, N.C., looking to help dogs who face long odds of being adopted find forever homes.
— Rescuers gave him the name, which means "thank you" in Portuguese, because he was so grateful.
— The online retailer donates all profit to the Pixie Project, an adoption center and rescue in Oregon.
— The company donates 20 percent of its revenue to 19 rescue partners in 16 states in the U.S.
— He was just a number for eight years, but now Stan the Yorkie has a name and a family.
— 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.
— We don't know how long the abandoned dog has to live, but she has a lot of friends pulling for her.
— We like big mutts and we cannot lie! It's National Mutt Day, and what better way to celebrate than with our favorite mix-up pups?
— When I heard Eli was planning to do a fundraiser for local bully breed rescue groups, I knew I had to talk with him -- and get tattooed by him.
— I advised my dog-rescue group not to send animals to Raja Renata Ranch long before its founder faced animal cruelty charges.
— Her front legs never fully developed, but that doesn't keep her from going to work with her mom and attending pet charity events.
— "Dogs and cats were bred thousands of years ago to be our friends and companions, not our food," says the co-founder of SayNoToDogMeat.Net.
— Cora has Wobbler Syndrome, a neurological condition that results in a "wobbly" gait.
— He was dumped by an owner who'd named him Turd; now the Mexican Hairless has a new life.
— Lori coordinates the foster program at Regional Animal Services of King County, Washington, welcoming the hardest cases into her own home.
— Rebecca Corry tells us about working with Stand Up for Pits, and how she led the One Million Pibble March in D.C.
— This Virginia rescue takes in wiener dogs deemed unadoptable due to old age or medical issues.
— Nubbles is a Chihuahua with only two legs, but she can still throw side eye with the best of them.
— After being on the streets for years, Theo had mentally checked out -- but a group of Pit Bulls taught him how to be a dog again.
— Ethan Katz's campaign has raised more than $6,000 for a DC rescue and saved at least 10 dogs.
— Dumped at a shelter with 5 days to be adopted, this week's miracle nearly didn't make it.
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