Spirit collapsed in the front yard of a kind woman. She called the Bill Foundation and got him the help he needed to heal and become a wonderful family dog.
The hunting dogs often suffer a terrible fate after their working days are over; Debbie Wise Calfa explains how her group aims to help them.
Andrew Harmon works and volunteers at His Hands Extended Sanctuary. His efforts recently earned him $1,000 from P.L.A.Y. pet products.
The dog-themed film festival is going on a national tour. We met some famous rescue dogs and their people at a celebrity pup party.
In my new book, “Zak George’s Dog Training Revolution,” I dispel the myth that dogs are domesticated wolves and should be trained with dominance.
The hilarious vet tech talks about her inspiration for earworms such as “Crazy Dog Lady” and the social media series Things Overheard At An Animal Hospital.
Born with deformed back legs and without eyes, the rescue pup now visits schools to teach kids that physical differences don’t have to slow a person or dog down.
Jelly loved to jump up and say hello. By watching her body language during training, I was able to figure out how to keep her paws on the ground.
We talked to Austin-based musician John Pointer about his cathartic post about Benny’s last moments — and about the illustrated book version in the works.
Dog groomer Jess Rona tells us how she came to direct the Canadian indie-rock band’s “100x” video, which turned out beautifully thanks to its canine stars.
The photographer’s work captures the playful side of shelter dogs, which increases adoption rates! A new book collects her favorite photos.