Wednesday, September 30, 2015

This story shows that you should never give up on an animal that is in need, even if you're told that there's nothing anyone can do.  Thanks to the efforts of Mr. Rustam, this lucky lady now is resting comfortably and will soon have her litter of puppies.

Man Hears Barking Beneath Sidewalk, Finds Dog Buried Alive

Monday, September 28, 2015

If you haven't seen this video that has gone viral recently, you are definitely missing out. Eugene Bostick has been taking care of animals that have been dumped near his home for many years. After he came up with the idea of a dog train to take the dogs around town that he cares for, he has become something of a sensation. And it is easy to see why after watching the video of him with his dog train!

80 Year Old Man's Train For Stray Dogs is the Sweetest Ride Ever

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Way to go Harley! After the horrible treatment you have endured in your life, you deserve to have a loving home. With your help, we can continue to bring awareness to the plight of other less fortunate animals who are still stuck in those detestable puppy mills.

One Eyed Pooch Who Survived Decade in Puppy Mill Named American Hero Dog

Friday, September 18, 2015

It just makes sense that when someone sees a service dog at work, that they let the dog do what it is trained for. This situation is unacceptable, good for Major Brown on bringing awareness to the situation. I'm sure that restaurant will not make that mistake again.

Boneheaded Restaurant Manager Tells Veteran With Service Dog to Leave- Twice

Monday, September 14, 2015

It is easy to forget that there are thousands of animals that are homeless and doing their best to survive, while many other beloved pets get a warm bed and full bellies. But watching videos like this that show the life of an animal who has suffered from the lack of basic necessities will remind you that there are so many animals out there who still need our help.

Emotional Parking Lot Rescue of Homeless Dog Captured on Camera

Friday, September 4, 2015

Hmm, this is a very interesting statistic.  Although I can't decide if I'm suprised that the percent is too high or too low.  How about you fellow pet lovers, would you agree with the 38%?