You’ll tear up, too.
You’ll tear up, too.
Everyone needs to be loved. Featuring the slidey thing, now with an extra serving of tears.
I didn’t even know my heart needed to be rescued until I saw this face.
In preparation for the Olympics, the city of Sochi has been killing stray dogs, with the justification that they are “biological waste.” In response, the hashtag #sochidogs has formed among more fortunate pups standing up against the practice and the sickening term.
All of these dogs came from the Chicago Animal Care and Control, and LOOK HOW HAPPY THEY ARE TO GO HOME! Learn more about their stories on The Bark Post and visit the One Tail at a Time Dog Rescue to see how you can help.
Say treat. (via instagram.com)
Rescue dogs and at-risk youth in South Africa know what it’s like to have the odds against them. This Underdog Project is changing that for the better.
This amazing story about Cadence, a rescued bait dog, is probably going to get you a little choked up. Warning: Images are a little intense.
A puppy rescued from abuse helps her best friend Jonny, an 8-year-old boy with autism.
Rejected by society, these talented misfits are carefully recruited by tactical experts and trained at the nation’s top facility to perform the most dangerous, lifesaving missions. Meet Wilma Melville, who turns rescued dogs into rescue dogs.
Dogs are lifesavers, literally.
You’ve fallen in love with corgis, but you also want to rescue a dog that needs a home? You’re in luck — there are organizations all over the country that specialize in rescuing corgis and corgi-mixes who are looking for that special someone.
Save a life and adopt your next best friend from an animal shelter. And if you just have to have a purebred dog, get one from a rescue organization or a reputable breeder.
Here’s your feel good story of the day. Damn this dust in my eye!
It always amazes me that dogs are so competent and are truly our heroes. Not to mention, man’s best friend. Here are some special k-9s who truly measure up to this hero status . View List ›