Article By Noa Nichol and Lani M. Odell | Featued in Modern Dog
Stanley’s unique smile is inspiring change and encouraging acceptance!
Deborah Pack is the kind of teacher we all wish we had. During her nearly two-decade-long career, Pack, who recently retired, placed enormous emphasis on teaching her . . . → Read More: This Bulldog With A Cleft Palate Is Making A Big Difference
By McKinley Corbley | Article Featured on Good News Network
These abandoned babies may not have lasted much longer if they hadn’t been put into such a pristine cooler. The cooler was sitting on the side of the road in Sulphur Springs, Texas when a woman intent on taking it home with her pulled . . . → Read More: These Furry Orphans Were Rescued From a Cooler Left on the Side of the Road
GoFundMe Most important on Howard’s bucket list: raising money to help other senior animals in need. Ailing Senior Dog Gets Happy Days
An Indiana shelter with a soft spot for seniors is making life better for a Golden Retriever with terminal cancer.
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What was called one of the worst cases of neglect ever seen by Arizona Humane Society has now become a story of care, recovery, and hope.
According to a press release, in late September, a 6-year-old Boxer mix named Gus was rescued by Arizona Humane Society’s Emergency Animal Medical Technicians. He was found abandoned . . . → Read More: Abandoned Dog Has Painful 3.5 Pound Tumor Removed From Neck
By Aly Semigran | Featured on PetMD
When a tiny stray puppy was brought to the Aurora Animal Shelter in Aurora, Colo., she was immediately evaluated by the veterinary staff. The little dog (who was just roughly a month old and a little over a pound) was born without her two front legs.
Dr. . . . → Read More: Puppy Missing Two Front Legs Gets a Helpful ‘Wheelie’ Vest To Move Around
By Jane Harrell, Former Editor-In-Chief | Reviewed by Dr. Celeste Clements, DVM, DACVIM | Article & Images Featured on PetHealth
I’m the first to admit that I tend to go a little overboard for my pet’s care. After all, as a life-long animal advocate, I’ve seen too much inhumanity, too much pain, too much suffering . . . → Read More: How My Former Puppy Mill Dog Changed All of My Pet Health Assumptions
By Caitlin Ultimo | Featured on PetMD | Image Courtesy of PetMD
A simple Sunday evening spent grilling outside quickly turned into a pet parent’s worst nightmare for the McCulloughs of Oklahoma City this past October.
Dr. McCullough and his wife Laura walked out to the startling sight of their 10-year-old pit bull, Shock, . . . → Read More: Shock the Pit Bull Learns to Walk Again Following Harrowing Accident
Article Featured on PetMD | By Dr. Jennifer Coates
Some animals go above and beyond the call of duty. Recently the American Humane Association gave out their Hero Dog Awards. While all the finalists’ stories are inspiring (you can read them here), this one is my favorite.
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Happy but tired – recovering from surgery is hard work!
As I write this hub Ryan, my family’s Leonberger, is recovering from major surgery to remove an obstruction from his intestine. One morning he was fine; by the afternoon he was sick and in distress. He was refusing to eat and the . . . → Read More: Intestinal Blockage and Abdominal Surgery in Dogs
Within the walls of a maximum security prison, behind gates and locked doors, something amazing is happening — a new program is helping shelter cats and inmates get a second chance and learn to love.
A partnership between the Pendleton Correctional Facility and the Animal Protection League in Anderson, Indiana, brings shelter cats to . . . → Read More: Cats Seeking Forever Homes Find Unlikely Friends Within Prison Walls