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6 Unexpected Perks of Senior Pups

6 Unexpected Perks of Senior Pups

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.

9 Reasons Why Rescue Dogs Are the Best Dogs

9 Reasons Why Rescue Dogs Are the Best Dogs


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

The Friday Warm and Fuzzies

The Friday Warm and Fuzzies


Once again, the weather has left us unsettled. It's sweater weather one day, and the next day it's a tundra. While you're cuddled up next to your pup this weekend, take a look at these stories that will bring you two even closer together.

Kelsey the Golden Retriever shows us what a true hero is.

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Deputies to the puppy

The Friday Warm and Fuzzies

The Friday Warm and Fuzzies


If the short week wasn't cause enough for celebration, indulge in these uplifting tales featuring some pretty heroic pups.

Justice was served for Ehlena and her super-pup Wonder.

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Move over Dalmatians! This rescue pittie is taking over.

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One of our favorite winter getaway spots continues to find rescue pups homes.

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These are the pretty much

Meet the Deaf Dalmatian Who Became a Therapy Dog

Meet the Deaf Dalmatian Who Became a Therapy Dog


When you think of Dalmatians, you probably imagine a black and white spotted dog proudly riding along in a fire engine (or that Disney movie). While fighting fires is not a given when it comes to this breed, helping others definitely is—especially for Charlie, the deaf Dalmatian devoted to helping not only humans, but other pups as well. We