— A heartwarming tale for Christmas: Local residents have stepped up to help feed the dogs.
— Rescue group Mr. Bones and Co. has put massive effort into getting this loving dog a new family.
— Can you imagine running a house with 21 dogs in it? Reality stars Chris and Mariesa did just that.
— In the midst of hostilities and lawless conditions, the organization saves abused and neglected dogs.
— I admire dog rescue work immensely -- and here are some ways it could be even better!
— "When I started, it was like a madhouse. Things have quieted down, and it's quite sad," says a worker at an interim shelter on the fairgrounds.
— The Heeling Hearts program in New Mexico has shelter dogs living at a women's prison before they get adopted.
— The running group allows dogs to make the best possible impression on potential adopters.
— Shadi launched a worldwide network of people and was adopted at Muttville Senior Dog Rescue.
— The vets give Oakley a grim prognosis, but I won't give up hope. She needs my help -- and yours.
— Rescue trains, planes, and automobiles all factor into the story of how my rescue sweetheart found her way to me.
— Center director Dr. Cynthia Otto talks about preparing dogs for dangerous jobs.
— Kam Gottlieb raises money to buy treadmills for shelters. What did you do when you were 12?
— Animal Aid USA is the brainchild of cosmetics entrepreneur and reality-TV star Prince Lorenzo Borghese.
— Borges saw an online memorial for her former Boxer, so she volunteered at a rescue. Then she started her own.
— Can we put puppy mills out of business by yanking support from the stores that keep the industry going? It's worth a shot.
— His "surrender prevention" plan is keeping pets out of shelters -- and euthanasia rates are decreasing.
— Meet the new "it" couple at a New Mexico shelter -- a dynamic human-canine duo.
— Since my other dog Emma the Cleft Palate Chihuahua is doing better, I've decided to help another pup with a twisty smile: DaVinci.
— They got on the plane, posed for pictures, and prepared themselves for their new lives.
— College students forego vacations work on large-scale rehabilitation projects.
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