Florida rescue dogs Sam and Suzy are looking for their forever home in this week’s Dogster’s Rescue of the Week.
Having trouble deciding what size dog is right for you? Let’s take a look at the three main size groups — small or toy, medium, and large or giant — and highlight their challenges and benefits.
Asking yourself, “Am I ready to adopt a dog?” We survey experts to see what you should ask yourself before you adopt a dog.
Find out how Rosie, an amputee Great Dane who lost her leg due to abuse, and Maja Kazazic, a human amputee who lost her leg after a Bosnian grenade attack, inspire each other.
Find out how Rocky Kanaka’s ‘Dog’s Day Out’ uses a unique angle to help dogs with less-than-happy pasts find their happy endings.
Happy National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day! Today, we’re celebrating some of the shelter dogs adopted by our favorite celebrities. We would love to hear the stories of your shelter dogs, too!
What will it take to get to No Kill? Here’s how to help shelters get to No Kill and how to prevent animals from ending up in shelters in the first place.
The Blind Dog Alliance focuses its mission on rescuing and educating others about blind dogs. Find out more and read heart-warming BDRA success stories.
Dog lovers often read stories about dogs who were previously abused but are now up for adoption. How did these neglected dogs get ready for their new homes?
November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month. This is the story of how Melani adopted Jake, a senior dog with terminal cancer who had been in a shelter for months.
Photographer Jesse Freidin’s Finding Shelter is a photo book that goes behind-the-scenes to show the lives of animal shelter volunteers.
Two puppies aren’t that much more work than one, and the pups benefit from having someone their age around.
Likely the victim of abuse, the English Bulldog doesn’t let paralysis keep her from being a beloved family pet and a PetSmart greeter.
Isaac Alvarez’s photo illustrations combine the heads of rescue dogs with the bodies of adopters, and the result is both strange and beautiful.
The Shar Pei suffered from several genetic health problems, thanks to irresponsible breeding in the puppy mill.
The A.S.P.C.A. recently released updated euthanasia and adoption rates, which show both promise and that we still have far to go in lowering the homeless pet population.
The actor has shared videos of Ginger and him together, and they make an adorable pair.
Forest needed me, but as it turns out, I needed him too. Raising him helped me get my life back.
This Bulldog with a cleft palate wasn’t expected to last the night with his foster family, but they helped him survive and thrive and eventually adopted him.
Fellow dog moms have opinions, and some are not shy in sharing them in a “shame on you” way.
Does your criticism help the dog? Do you know that you would never do the same? Let’s talk about the realities of these types of situations.
The 1-year-old Pit Bull weighed just 19 pounds when Mutts in a Rutt took him in. Malachi is gaining weight and may soon be looking for a forever home.
In a recent survey, the Grey Muzzle Organization found that adoptions of senior dogs are up nationwide.
And I wasn’t even a dog person seven months ago!
They looked more like gargoyles than puppies when Mac’s Mission took them in. See Rosalyn and Marie now!
The Pet Leadership Council points to a study that says the number of shelter dogs is at an all-time low. We take a closer look at the numbers.
On his new Z Living TV show, Seth Casteel helps rescue dogs find their perfect forever family.
The stray Doberman’s spine was severed, but surgery and physical therapy have Spencer back on his feet and ready for adoption.
The Poodle-Pomeranian mix brought excitement to their senior Boxer’s life before he died and helped the family through that loss. Now Gracie champions special needs adoption.
Lucky was the only dog in his litter to live, thanks to a kind neighbor and an animal rescuer.
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