If you could dream up the best job ever for a dog lover, it would probably be what Sarah Brasky does. The founder of Foster Dogs NYC and the Dog Matchmaker, she works every day to help save rescue pups and find them forever homes with loving humans. Pretty awesome, right? She’s also adopted two dogs of her own,
March came in like a lion and is going out like...kind of a lion, too. To brighten this last day of the month, check out the latest pup-spiring stories from around the Interwebs.
Phantom and Sarah are redefining police dog stereotypes.
Being deaf and blind hasn't stopped Ruby from helping others.
These two pups took
Sometimes, the biggest dogs have the biggest hearts—and this couldn’t be more true for Sherman the Therapy Dog. At 223 pounds, the English Mastiff has helped countless humans in hospitals and assisted living facilities, just by being his gentle giant self. But one of his greatest gifts has been supporting his human, Sherry McAllister, during her current battle
We love all dogs—massive Bernese Mountain dogs, teeny Pomeranians, rescue pitties, purebred poodles—whether they’re newborn pups or gracefully aging adults. But there can be some reservations, particularly about rescuing senior dogs, so we were heartened to hear that a recent survey by the Grey Muzzle Organization found that there are more positive perceptions and increased adoption rates.
I'll admit it, I'm biased. I know that pretty much every human thinks their dog is the best, regardless of where they got it. But after bringing my pup, Pancho, home from Colombia (which is another story), I'm convinced he actually is the best! Don't get me wrong — I don't have anything against purebreds; I grew up with Dachshunds. But