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In this touching video from PAWsitive, we see Bella get around despite her injuries, before she receives the full veterinary care she needs.
While working as a counselor on military bases, I met a soldier who was able to open up when talking about her dog, who provided emotional support even if he wasn’t by her side.
Steven Rowley’s debut novel tells the tale of his Dachshund, Lily, and her battle — both real and fantastical — with cancer.
Angel was one of two Huskies shot within a two-week period in a rural California area. We check in with her and the other survivor, Stella.
Marine Sam Wettstein applied to adopt Belle before his tour in Afghanistan even ended. The odds were against them, but the pair are now together again in the U.S.
The 10-year-old Weimaraner has suffered physically and emotionally from the crime that took her family. Thankfully, she is recovering in a new loving home.
The 2-pound dog and the 100-pound horses visit hospitals and care facilities, creating a fairy-tale atmosphere that enchants patients.
I met the three-legged Pit Bull at San Diego Humane Society, where he volunteered and I worked. He touched my heart in many ways.
Lily was diagnosed shortly after I adopted her. It was clear to me that I was meant to care for her during her final months. My vet did not agree.
Writer-director Kyle Logan has released a preview of the moving short film he hopes to make with help from Kickstarter backers. Grab a tissue.
The Bacons, who lost their 6-year-old daughter and sister in the school shooting, have published two books and are now instrumental in getting therapy dogs into other schools.