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Shark Tries To Attack A Dog, A Bunch Of Other Dogs Rush To The Rescue In Epic Video

Shark Tries To Attack A Dog, A Bunch Of Other Dogs Rush To The Rescue In Epic Video

David Hookstead | Smoke Room Editor   An awesome video has gone viral of dogs proving why they’re the absolute best. In a video posted on Twitter by @Frenchring51, a dog is chilling in the ocean when a shark tries to attack him. A bunch of other dogs on the beach weren’t having any of it. (SLIDESHOW: These Women On […]

Must Love Dogs: These Are the 20 Most Dog-Friendly Cities of 2019

Must Love Dogs: These Are the 20 Most Dog-Friendly Cities of 2019

    By Rover Staff Dogs are family, but when you have one, moving can be, well, ruff. Not only do you need to find the perfect home, but you need to ensure there’s plenty of room and nearby green space for your furry family members. That’s why we partnered with Redfin, the popular real estate brokerage, to […]

Santa Paula Animal Rescue Center Shelter is Full, Sends 26 Animals to Northern California Rescue Facility

Santa Paula Animal Rescue Center Shelter is Full, Sends 26 Animals to Northern California Rescue Facility

(SANTA PAULA, CALIFORNIA) Twenty-six animals from the Santa Paula Animal Rescue Center (SPARC) were transported this week to a rescue in Northern California. SPARC, a no-kill, non-profit animal shelter, has been receiving so many stray and surrendered animals since the beginning of 2019 that the shelter had run out of space and adoptions were not keeping […]

Little Girl Diagnosed With Inoperable Brain Tumor Receives Special Visit From 40 Dogs

Little Girl Diagnosed With Inoperable Brain Tumor Receives Special Visit From 40 Dogs

Lauryn Overhultz | Columnist . Emma Mertens, a seven-year-old girl from Wisconsin with an inoperable brain tumor, received a special surprise Saturday. Mertens was diagnosed in January with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, an extremely rare brain tumor, according to Fox29. After Martens learned of her diagnosis, a friend asked people to send her letters including photos of […]

Want to Buy a Dog From a Pet Store in California? It’ll Have to be a Rescue Come 2019

Want to Buy a Dog From a Pet Store in California? It’ll Have to be a Rescue Come 2019

Grace Carr | Reporter California pet stores will sell dogs, cats and rabbits only if they’ve been rescued under legislation slated to take effect in January 2019. Prospective pet owners can purchase animals through breeders, but no pet store in the state will be able to legally sell certain animals that have not been rescued under The Pet Rescue […]

The House Gets Bi-Partisan. They Should Have Had a Food Fight Instead

The House Gets Bi-Partisan. They Should Have Had a Food Fight Instead

  By Thomas L. Knapp So much for gridlock. On September 12, the US House of Representatives proved that its members can in fact reach across the aisle to find common ground. On taxes? Spending? Foreign policy? Well, no. They agreed, on a voice vote, that they should get to decide what you can or […]

New Jail Dogs Placed for Training

New Jail Dogs Placed for Training

The FAB 4! These four shelter dogs have been placed in the R.U.F.F. Road (Rehabilitation Utilizing Furry Friends) Therapy dog training program at the Todd Road Jail. They will be training with their new inmate handlers for the next 4 months; then they will be ready for adoption to the public for those interested in […]

Instead of Elephants, This Family Circus Features Happy Rescue Dogs as the Stars

Instead of Elephants, This Family Circus Features Happy Rescue Dogs as the Stars

There are few things better in the world than the smell of popcorn, cotton candy, and a glittering show, but one circus in Illinois creates a special level of elation – by adding delightful dogs. A pair of pit bulls named Junebug and Rosie Ray are the stars of the Midnight Circus; an evening production […]

That ridiculous voice we use to talk to dogs? They actually love it, paper shows

That ridiculous voice we use to talk to dogs? They actually love it, paper shows

A high-pitched voice and exaggerated emotion when interacting with a dog will get you a long way, science says. Image credits Besno Pile. University of York researchers say that the way we speak to our dog-friends is a key relationship building element between pet and owner.

UCLA STUDY: Dogs and Cats Cause Global Warming—NOT a Joke!

UCLA STUDY: Dogs and Cats Cause Global Warming—NOT a Joke!

. . By Stephen Frank First it was the cows, by farting, that caused global warming.  Of course, Al Gore believes that human cause global warming.  Now a UCLA study, using your tax dollars and tax financed facilities have found the real culprits causing “global warming—your dog and cat.  No this is not a joke […]

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