A rescue attempt of a great white shark was made by a group of lifeguards and beachgoers in Auckland, New Zealand, however the fish...
Take a stroll around the 800 acres that make up Double Brook Farm in Hopewell, NJ and you'll see lambs sticking close to their...
San Antonio celebrates the New Year with fun and fireworks, which are lovely. But the aftermath for dogs can be disturbing. The fireworks tend to freak out dogs and displace them as they try to get away from the booming noises. This can mean stray dogs lose their way, owned dogs bolt from their homes which results in a higher number of dogs in the streets than usual. We met with Katie Boggs of Katie's Roadside Rescue and rode along with her to see the fallout of the festivities first hand.
Who doesn't love a happy ending?
Instead of looking the other way, the city government is working hand-in-hand with it’s dog-loving citizens to provide for these homeless dogs.
A beloved black Lab named Charlie lived just long enough to be with his favorite human when she got married.