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“He started to get a little more agitated, looking for something… I was surprised that he found him, and he deserves all the credit,” said Nestor said of his pit bull, Goofy. Read more
After a bath, what could be better than a belly rub? Read more
Farnaz Memarzadeh noticed Bella wandering around a wooded area in Dallas, and spent nearly two years trying to catch her. Read more
Duncan Lou Who, the Panda Paws Rescue puppy who had his hind legs amputated due to severe deformation, is able to play with the same energy and ability as any other dog. Here he plays a spirited and rough and tumble game of tug o’ war with the dogs in his household.
Panda Paws Rescue writes in their introduction to the video:
“Duncan wrestles, plays tug o’ war and as you can see, behaves just like any other 17 week old puppy. His brother and sister Mane and Roulette treat him just like any other member of our pack. Pretty amazing to watch.”
For more on Duncan and his story, see our post from November 24, Duncan the Two-Legged Dog Beats All Odds.
A cat’s “happy feet” means a doggie massage – what could be more symbiotic than that? Read more
Copo helps his elderly owners carry firewood inside their home. The canine loves helping around the house. Read more
Meet Sparky and his firehouse gang, as well as dog rescue and re-habbers Missi and Bill Bellottie of Detroit Bully Corps. Read more
What a great way to have some fun on snowy winter days. Read more
Founder Shirley Tinnin’s health is in decline, and she is no longer able to keep her dream alive of saving as many animals as possible. Now they need YOUR help. Read more
“He is the king in our family. He’s very intelligent, very loved,” Mireya Fernandez said of Puppy, who just had a microchip donated to him by Miami-Dade Animal Services. Read more
But not everyone enjoys receiving eye kisses as much as some dogs like giving them! Read more
Will he figure it out, or just keep trying? Read more