Here’s a wonderful video that highlights the work of some of the many organizations that transport pets from overcrowded shelters to facilities that can care for them. In this case, the groups are. . .
Here’s a great story about a pair of dogs who spent most of their lives in puppy mills working hard to rescue other dogs from a similar fate. A project of the National Mill Dog Rescue saved some 81 dogs last week on a road trip through. . .
Here’s a powerful video from the National Mill Dog Rescue, which is based in Colorado, about what it means to rescue a dog. The message is self-explanatory, and the images are beautiful. For more information, check out the organization’s website.
This is the photo that started a firestorm in South Florida. Photo via Facebook
This is enough to make the blood boil. On Tuesday, a rescue group in South Florida called 100+ Abandoned Dogs of Everglades Florida posted the above photograph—of an emaciated Doberman puppy found chained in a backyard—to its Facebook page. The accompanying message read: . . .
Here’s another great rescue video from Eldad Hagar at Hope for Paws, this time with the help of The Forgotten Dog Foundation. The biggest smile comes at about 2:15, when Abby starts to actually play with Eldad. Dogs must sense his remarkable spirit to trust him so quickly.
Kacee Pavelka knows from experience that her dog is able to do anything. Photo via kuhf.org
Some people look at a three-legged dog and think of all the things it can’t do. Kacee Pavelka looks at her beautiful pit bull, Hank, differently. One of the reasons she knows that Hank (formerly named Carlos) can do anything is that. . .
Lucia was discarded because of her condition, but now she’ll live out her days in a loving home. Photo by Erica
Here’s a beautiful and heartwarming story about a terminally ill dog who was rescued from a Long Island shelter. Rather than summarize, I’ll let the hero of this tale tell her own story (from her Facebook page): . . .
Here’s another wonderful video from Eldad Hagar of Hope for Paws and Bill Foundation. Eldad and his friend Lisa spot a stray hanging out in the middle of the street in South-Central L.A. and go into action. Eldad’s legendary patience and ingenuity are on. . .
This great video tells the story of an organization in Costa Rica called Territorio de Zaguates, which cares for stray dogs. They figured out a brilliant strategy for helping potential adopters see the value in mixed breed dogs.