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Mon, Dec 31 | By Rebecca Andrews | 664

ALABAMA – The staff at the Colbert County Animal shelter found a mother for an orphaned puppy that needed to be weaned – a cat. The little black pup, small enough to fit in the palm of your hand was dropped off at the shelter in Flor… more ›

Cat Nurses Abandoned Pup

Fri, Jan 18 | By Matt Van Hoven | 1064

NORTON SHORES, Mich. - A Michigan couple is comforting their two-year-old chocolate Labrador after it had surgery to remove an arrow that was lodged in its chest for an unknown amount of time. Scott and Kelly Cornelisse adopted Remingto… more ›

Dog Lives with Arrow in Chest, Unknown How Long

Wed, Jan 16 | By Matt Van Hoven | 726

PASSAU, Germany – A polar bear cub living at the Nuremberg zoo has been saved by zoo officials following outcry from the public. The cub's mother had apparently already eaten two other cubs and was behaving “nervously,” indicating it may eat th… more ›

German Polar Bear Saved from Mother

Mon, Jan 14 | By Matt Van Hoven | 795

DURHAM N.C. - A North Carolina teen was arrested for driving while impaired and underage drinking. His capture was the result of the work of four local dogs and some smart police work. Josue Herrios Cornilla crashed his black Camaro int… more ›

Dog Poop Leads to Drunk Driver

Fri, Jan 11 | By Matt Van Hoven | 683

MEMPHIS – A Tennessee stray is licking its' wounds this week as it recovers from a tiger attack that should have ended its life. According to the Associated Press, the 50-pound retriever-mix slipped into the Memphis Zoo Tuesday, takin… more ›

Dog versus Tiger: Draw

Fri, Jan 11 | By Matt Van Hoven | 771

RUSSIA – An eastern Serbian man whose dog was killed for food caught the culprits in the act and murdered them. Alexander Yermilov came home one night in December to find two of his friends butchering his beloved dog for food. Enraged… more ›

Men Kill Dog, Owner Kills Men

Tue, Jan 8 | By Matt Van Hoven | 647

ENGLAND – A British girl who suffers from a chromosomal defect, learning disabilities and autism was thought to be unable to communicate. That is, until she met a herd of cows. According to the Daily Mail, four-year-old Rose Willcocks… more ›

Challenged Girl's First “Words” to Animals

Fri, Jan 4 | By Matt Van Hoven | 561

SINGAPORE – The next stage in pet therapy has arrived in the Far East, and puts a unique spin on this already effective treatment method. According to channelnewsasia.com, a robotic seal named Paro could change the face of pet therapy… more ›

Robotic Pet Therapy

Thu, Dec 27 | By Rebecca Andrews | 690

ISRAEL – An Asian Shepherd in Eshtaol, Israel recently gave birth to a litter of 17 puppies. The small miracle took place at a vet’s office, where a 30 minute c-section saved the dog from suffering through all 17 deliveries. more ›

Dog Litter Just Shy of Record

Thu, Dec 27 | By Rebecca Andrews | 497

ENGLAND – While playing fetch, a Rottweiler was impaled by the stick he was trying to chase. Lee Murray threw a stick for his two-year-old Rottweiler, City when the stick bounced on the ground as the dog jumped on top of it.
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Pet Escapes Injury while Playing Fetch

Wed, Dec 26 | By Rebecca Andrews | 548

UNITED KINGDOM – The 15th annual World Pie Eating Contest in Wigan, England, was almost ruined when a meat-loving dog devoured 20 of the competition pies. Dave Williams, the 1995 pie-eating champion, was pie-sitting those to be used in… more ›

Pet Pooch Devours Contest Pie

Sat, Dec 22 | By Matt Van Hoven | 586

HAWAII - An Oahu, Hawaii man is devastated after his dog was reportedly stolen from a golf course and later killed for food. Frank Manuma was at the Moanalua Golf Club last Sunday to play a round of golf. With management's permission, he… more ›

Man's Dog Stolen From Golf Course, Gruesome Outcome

Thu, Dec 20 | By Rebecca Andrews | 570

RHODE ISLAND – A rare calico cat in Middletown, R.I. is catching the attention of vets and shelters across the nation because of its gender. Max and his mother were brought to the Potter League for Animals in June. When employees disc… more ›

Genetics Make Cat a Rarity

Tue, Dec 11 | By Rebecca Andrews | 553

CANADA – Not only was Diane Bergeron’s flight delayed last Sunday but so was her ride home – because a line of taxis refused to give her and her seeing eye dog a lift. Bergeron, a coordinator with the Premier’s Council on the Sta… more ›

Woman And Guide Dog Refused Ride

Mon, Dec 10 | By Matt Van Hoven | 466

NEW YORK – The Hartsdale pet cemetery, known as the nation's first pet burial grounds, is taking heat from a New Jersey couple who claims their dog was unearthed – and its plot resold. John Tsun and his wife buried their dog in the… more ›

Dog Exhumed & Cremated; Unbeknownst To Owners

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