A kind of strange story was reported from Grove City, Ohio this week. Authorities seized some 50 Pit Bulls from a home breeder, but the accused’s neighbors and girlfriend are adamant that the breeder treated the. . .
Regular Dogs blog readers will remember the name Annie Hart from several of the Eldad Hagar rescue videos we have posted over the years. Annie and her husband, James, run their own dog-saving nonprofit, called. . .
Amelia is a five-year-old Brittany Spaniel who certainly has no self-esteem issues. In the great eight-second video above, she doesn’t even ponder the age-old question that her owner, Eric Anderton poses to her on a lazy. . .
This fuzzy video has terrible production values, but it’s so much fun to watch. Last week, snow fell in Alberta, Canada, for the first time this year, and a young dog named Link just loved the white stuff. A California-born. . .
Can you imagine the joy of discovering that a beloved dog that you thought had been lost forever was, in fact, coming back to you? One New York man recently had that experience, when his young Fox Terrier was discovered more than. . .
Here’s a great story about a dog who has become a valuable member of of a big-city fire department. Three-year-old RIT, a Yellow Labrador retriever who has been certified by FEMA to work as a search-and-rescue dog, was inducted into the. . .
The adaptability of dogs is frequently astonishing, and here’s one pooch who didn’t let casts on her front legs slow her down very much. According to the person who posted this video on YouTube last week, “Our dog broke both legs when she jumped off a 6 ft deck. She learned how to. . .
A North Carolina man is crediting his 15-year-old rescue dog, Hendrix, with saving his life. Ron Weatherford collapsed from a heart attack while he was alone in his home. That’s a situation that spells disaster for thousands of people every year. But Hendrix took. . .
When your dog is on a leash and under control—say, during a daily walk—and an off-leash dog comes running up, this can create real problems. The leashed dog may become upset or aggravated, and the situation can turn dangerous for both the dogs and the. . .