Dogs are lovely creatures; they’re compassionate, empathetic, and downright adorable. But dogs aren’t just adorable friends that roll around to make us happy, sometimes dogs can do some pretty brave and heroic things; this is one of those instances.
Shelters can be scary environments and extremely difficult for animals to get adjusted to. Some never do get used to it and grow depressed in their kennel, which in turn, can make it even harder for them to get adopted.
There are a million reasons why we love dogs so much! It might be because of their intelligence, or maybe because they’re making our lives easier due to their unique skills (service dogs for example).
Shadow the Neapolitan Mastiff has set an Australian record after giving birth to a miracle litter of 21 puppies by caesarian on April 20. Shadow delivered three puppies at home, but after four hours of no activity and a puppy that sadly didn’t survive, her owner brought her to Animal Emergency Service in Underwood.
It took three seconds for Leah Cornell’s beloved senior dog to become a hungry coyote’s victim. The Pasco County, Florida woman was home with her family when she let their 14-year-old Chihuahua, Zoey, out to go to the bathroom.
Sometimes the right dog comes together with the right owner and some may call it luck while others call it fate. That’s exactly what happened when Jackson, Michigan resident Brandon Boyers walked into an animal shelter recently.
Miley, a pregnant Dalmatian mother, is ready to give birth to three bouncing puppies, at least according to her veterinarian in Ballarat, Australia. Imagine the surprise of her guardian and vet when instead of triplets, Miley gives birth to six times that amount – 18 total!
Nina Love is our hero. She rescues dogs that are abandoned on the streets of Philadelphia and gives them the second chance they all deserve. But a recent rescue almost ended in tragedy.
Little Mickey was abandoned and left to fend for herself on a street in the middle of nowhere. She was sick and they didn’t want to have to care for her. She could barely move around and was obviously in pain.
When the time came to say goodbye to Ryan Jessen, his family knew there was one friend who had to be included. His loyal dog Mollie.
Mom’s are amazing. They’re always there to cheer us on when we succeed and pick us up when we fall. They aren’t taught to be the superhumans that they are, yet, they somehow manage to be just that.
Thank You fire fighters for saving this dog. Great job. 13-year-old Boo was a dog who was having a really bad day when he went for a walk on an icy pond and ended up falling through.
Benny is a happy-go-lucky dog who doesn’t realize he is disabled. The playful pup is unable to use his hind legs but gets around great in his custom wheelchair. The Tucker Farm (comprised of Beth, her husband Joe, two kids, and numerous rescue dogs) took Benny in as a foster dog when he was just a puppy. He was born with mobility issues and surrendered to a rescue by the breeder.
A couple out driving spotted a starving dog at the side of the road. They stopped to help him and in doing so saved his life. Ermioni with Diasozo Animal Rescue (DAR Rescue) in Karditsa…