Take a look at that picture! Is that a gorgeous dog or what?! Her name is Comet, and in her youth, she was a champion Iditarod racer. She was born and raised in France, where her owner bought her and brought her back to the United States to breed her. What self-respecting male dog could pass up a face like that?! …
Sometimes all you need is someone you can count on.
Sheriff is an American Shelter Dog who was rescued from a neglectful situation by the good folks at Faithful Friends Animal Society in Wilmington, DE. That kind of a start in life can leave you pretty rattled! The staff at Faithful Friends decided it would be a good idea to let Sheriff get a little R&R for a while in a foster home with a quiet environment.
Things are not always what they seem. Take Darcie, above left, for example. She was a stray who was busted for raiding local farms and eating their chickens. Sure sounds like a canine criminal! She was picked up and turned into Cooper’s Chance Animal Rescue, where it was discovered that she was actually starving and pregnant! How’s that for a good reason to eat a chicken?!
Darcie was placed in the Pawsitive Beginnings Puppy Rehabilitation program, which rescues abandoned puppies and homeless mothers with litters, often moments from euthanasia….
I love these stories in which a person who certainly has the means to go out and buy an expensive pure-breed dog instead chooses to rescue one instead. In this case, it’s Cleveland Browns . . .
Here’s a remarkable video from Dog Rescue TV that chronicles the astonishing recovery of a rescue dog named Oscar, who came to a shelter suffering from several sever maladies, but. . .
This beautiful boy seemed to fall in love with German flight attendent Olivia Sievers. Photo via lifewithdogs.tv Here’s a heartwarming story about a woman who came in contact with a street dog in a foreign land, and he never forgot her kindness. Olivia Sievers, a flight attendant from Germany, had traveled to Buenos Aires, Argentina, […]
Watch the video above, which is only 18 seconds long. There’s nothing remarkable about it. . .until you learn the context. Noisette was rescued earlier this month from a. . .
First impressions are important, and bad photography is the bane of many dog shelters. But one photographer is trying to create the opposite effect through elaborate portraits meant. . .
In 2007, a terrified Pit Bull was one of more than 50 dogs rescued from the compound of Michael Vick in Virginia, in what was the most famous dog-fighting-ring bust of all time. Many believed. . .