— Donating money isn't the only way to help. If you fall into any of these creative niches, chances are your talents are needed!
— In Forks, Wash., the setting for the "Twilight" novels, the Olympic Animal Sanctuary is called a "hellhole" by some but praised by others.
— Getting shelter pets adopted is all about marketing -- and a good photo can make all the difference.
— For Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, we've teamed up with PetCareRx so you can win some cool prizes -- and help a shelter of your choice.
— "Everywhere, in all Greek cities, you see dogs, like ghosts, just a shadow of what a dog should be."
— In every episode, a dog is pulled from a shelter, trained, and given a forever home.
— For Adopt-A-Less-Adoptable-Pet Week, we take a look at efforts to get black dogs adopted.
— He and his father were left to die, but they were rescued and brought back to health. See the video.
— A Nevada facility thought so after the owner couldn't pay -- and big changes are under way.
— His chances for adoption were slim, until he met a woman who also has cataracts. See the video.
— His spine was crushed, but thanks to Pug Nation, Pepe zooms around on wheels. See the video!
— This bonehead is an idea: Trying to run a large sled-dog business in a place where winter is short.
— Sean Le Vegan, a volunteer at Manchester Dogs’ Home, is set to check in as a resident Oct. 5.
— Can Bronco, the Rhodesian Ridgeback who couldn’t trust anyone, learn to let people in again? See photos and video from The Pet Collective.
— A badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue saves dogs in high-kill shelters from certain death.
— In a serendipitous chain of events, Bertha saves Pit Bull mix puppies who were set to be euthanized.
— The actor names the Boxer mix Boston, in honor of the city he visited after the marathon bombings.
— Second Chance Pit Bull Rescue was not what it seemed. It took some work, but I got it closed.
— More than 60 pets have been found and brought to shelters, but there are more out there.
— The sad story comes to a happy end as the Rottweiler goes to a forever home. We live for moments like these.
— Two Cincinnati rescuers make these cool collars that let adopted dogs promote their own cause.
— Time is running out. The temporary shelter is closing, and this poor Rottweiler has no place to go.
— Some people simply should not own a dog, you know? Here are ways to stop them in their tracks.
— Puppies up for adoption are often little furry mysteries with regard to breed and their adult size.
— Janet Healey and Joe Grisham photograph shelter dogs for cards that help the animals find homes.
— My dad ended my dream of taking home Fiona the Weimaraner. But I kept thinking about the shelter.
— Nowzad Dogs founder and war veteran Pen Farthing talks about his mission helping Afghan strays.
— Willamette Animal Rescue wanted to save dogs from kill shelters -- but it made their lives hell.
— The nonprofit Companion Animal Protection Society starts an investigation of the facility.
— The shelter didn't say Marley might be aggressive. We loved him, but we had to bring him back.
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