This is a few years old, but I’d never seen it before, and it has recently gone viral on YouTube. It’s security footage of a coyote attacking a little Chi-Weenie (Chihuahua-Dachshund mix) named Trixxie and trying to. . .
We’ve posted before about dogs who remain loyal, even after their owner’s die, and this is another touching tale of dedication. After Bhaskar Shri, 18, was killed in a car accident early this month in India, his dog, Tommy, . . .
A tiny Pomeranian is trying to take Hollywood by storm, and he has some serious credentials: Two Guinness World Records for how fast he can travel on just two paws. He’s also got a new book coming out next month, has appeared in advertisements, and is featured in a recent music video. Things are looking […]
I love this video because it combines suspense and humor. Plus, it really highlights the amazing powers of concentration the Border Collies demonstrate. No wonder they are prized as working dogs on. . .
The moving story in the video below comes from Dr. Jules Benson, who is the Chief Veterinary Medical Officer for a company called Petplan, which sells pet insurance. Dr. Benson’s experience was the impetus for a petition drive on the whitehouse.gov website, . . .
It’s apparently Hero Dog Day on the blog because here’s our second amazing amazing story of the day. Steve Kirchbaum and his dog, Henry, were hiking in West Virginia last week when they had the misfortune to run into a mama bear with. . .
There are lots of wonderful stories about heroic dogs, but few feature a dog doing something that seems actually impossible. The story of Sadie and Michael reminds one of the stories of super-human strengthsuch as lifting a car off a. . .
Wow. This is simply an amazing story of how a disabled dog, who would surely be euthanized in the vast majority of cases, is instead given intensive therapy that changes everything. Mick, a sweet little Boston terrier, was born with swimmer puppy disease, in which all. . .
Today is the 10th Annual National Dog Day, a holiday that “serves to help galvanize the public to recognize the number of dogs that need to be rescued each year, and acknowledges family dogs and dogs that work selflessly each. . .