A senior rescue dog is the sweetest dog. We love them so much and they deserve our love as they enter the twilight of their lives. We do have a special challenge with every senior rescue dog. How do we make senior rescue dogs active
All dogs want a loving family and a home of their own. Unfortunately, Theodore doesn’t even know what a home or family is.
Theodore has spent so much of his life in a shelter, so he believes that normal life. He thinks it is his home.
We want to share this incredible story of a person and group of dog lovers. They are working so hard to help dogs in their area. Yvette works with a Houston based non-profit called Forgotten Dogs of the 5th Ward. Forgotten Dogs of the 5th
Spazz's grin says everything. He has been living for many, many months at the Hempstead Town Animal Shelter, living in a little cage. As soon as he sees a buddy, his face breaks into the largest smile any dog has ever had. Shelter employee Michael Whalen
After spending five weeks on the median of Highway 99, a lovable German Shepherd nicknamed Freeway Frida, was recently saved by authorities in Galt, California. A motorist had initially seen the German Shepherd leap or fall from a pickup truck, Policeman Silvia Coelho tells ABC