— A rescue group saved him from euthanasia, and now he lives with Dog Milk's managing editor.
— Daisy's days seemed numbered when animal control picked her up, but rescuers brought out the "Underbite Goddess" who found a home.
— After a life of abuse and neglect, the dogs were rescued right before they were to be euthanized. See the video.
— A boat ride and qualifying as a canine good citizen are things this Pit Bull sees in his future.
— This group is dedicated to saving and sheltering Hawaii's abandoned, neglected and unwanted animals.
— Elliott was given up because he is old, and now he's in foster care. Might Adopt a Senior Pet Month make his dreams come true?
— His tongue hangs out because he has no teeth, but he sure looks adorable in his Paul Frank pajamas.
— Rosebud was overbred and abandoned, then rescued on death row by Dogs Without Borders. See the video.
— We start our senior dog features at Dogster HQ with Beasley, a Pekingese who shows that dogs can get better -- and a lot weirder -- with age.
— Varsha was the 2,000th dog rescued by the San Francisco group, and she's available for adoption.
— Twice vets advised he be put down, but this dog wouldn't give up. See the Bill Foundation video.
— Dora was abandoned by a backyard breeder but is now a service dog in training. Watch the video!
— Sprocket is a Whippet/Collie mix who helps with the rescue and rehab of feral and stray cats and kittens -- and no one trained him to do this!
— Abe and Davey, who lived their entire lives in a lab, were freed after 7 years of captivity. You might need the whole tissue box for this video. (We did.)
— Animal control had to return to the park where the Chihuahua mix was abandoned with her brothers.
— If you find yourself saddled with a suddenly-homeless dog, don't panic. Here are some ideas to help you find that pup a home.
— My wife and I planned a night for just the two of us, but I should have known better.
— Under Dr. Grace Anne Mengel's lead, veterinary students at Penn Vet stepped in to give the rescued pups a full checkup.
— Seas, deserts, or miles of highway were no match for the determination of these dogs.
— Shot and left for dead on an Arizona mountainside, Elijah the pit bull owes his life to the dedication of hiker Andi Davis.
— The Pit Bull was so traumatized she avoided eye contact, but now she has a home. See the video.
— The dog who spent her life breeding puppies at a dog-racing track crosses the Rainbow Bridge.
— Rescue group Four Paws stopped bringing him to adoption events but never lost hope.
— Charlotte had many issues when we adopted her two years ago, but we've gotten past them.
— The animal advocate has worked tirelessly to rescue homeless and abandoned dogs in Los Angeles.
— Named for a character in Harry Nilsson's "The Point," he shows that dogs can have a good life despite suffering from hydrocephalus.
— We talk to Teresa King about her dog Leaf, who worked in a racetrack kennel and now has cancer; it's sure to make you a believer in fate and love.
— Odin's untreated glaucoma meant endless pain, until rescue group New Leash on Life stepped in.
— He was among 40 dogs rescued, and he now educates others about adoption.
— When she lost back-leg mobility to degenerative myelopathy, she set out to inform the world.
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