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Program Helps Seniors Adopt And Keep Their Pets During The Pandemic

All dogs deserve loving and happy homes where they can live out their lives. For the lucky ones, they have a family that loves them and cares for them. Unfortunately, not every dog has a family that cares for them. Many that don’t have a place to call home end up all alone in shelters. What is even sadder is that many of these pets will end up spending the duration of their lives on their own. But there are lots of pets out there in need of homes. And there is one organization, the Pets for the Elderly, who is

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Dog Decides To Go To The Bathroom In The Middle Of Her Parents’ Wedding

Everyone knows that dogs are the best companions. They are warm, friendly, and loyal, but sometimes they do have their flaws. Unfortunately for some dogs, timing isn’t their strong suit. And that can sometimes ruin certain special occasions, such as weddings. All couples dream of their perfect day where everything runs smoothly, but for one couple, their beloved pup ended up being a literal party pooper during the biggest day of their lives. For Kat Kenny and her husband, their wedding day was eclipsed by their Great Dane, Freya. The couple chose to have their pup join them on their

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Dog That Hoards Loose Change Donates His Savings To A Shelter

Dachshunds were bred to be viciously little hunting dogs, capable of tunneling their long bodies down different animals’ burrows. Small, but definitely mighty, these canines have a long history of being used as gaming dogs. But there is one adorable little Dachshund who is using his hunting skills for something other than tracking and capturing game.  Jake has proven himself quite good at sniffing out loose change. This precious pup seems to have made his small stature a major advantage in the hunt for loose change. Given that he’s already so close to the ground, he has the convenience of being

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Dog With A Neurological Disorder Loves To Jump Into Puddles

Dogs are absolutely resilient creatures who won’t let anything bring them down. They will smile in the face of any adversity. It’s quite rare to see a dog down in the dumps. Even when they are sick or injured, they eventually turn things around. It’s always inspiring to see just how dogs with disabilities manage to live their lives to the fullest. And one adorable pup named Stevie proved that he doesn’t let his condition get him down. Stevie is a yellow lab living with the rare condition known as cerebellar hypoplasia, which is a neurological disorder that attacks the

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Owner Drills Holes Into The Fence So Her Dogs Can Watch People Walk By The House

What do dogs and grandmas have in common? They both can make for adorably nosy neighbors. Where I’m currently living in Ireland, I’ve got an older couple and their dog living cattycorner to me. Whenever it’s sunny in the morning, the elderly lady and her dog will often sit outside in their back garden to take the sun. I can see into their back garden from my second-story office space, so I’ve come to observe this hilarious ritual that the two share. Whenever someone either walks by, or there is an unfamiliar commotion going on, the two of them will

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Dog Wears A Special Suit So He Can Be By His Owner’s Side During Chemo

Cancer is never an easy battle to face. It’s much harder to face alone. Everyone needs someone by their side as they take on the fight for their life – even if that supportive someone is a dog. For 25-year-old Sydnee Geril from Ocala, Florida, her biggest support is her service dog, Tulsa. The two of them have been inseparable since they met, and the dog has brought so much joy and happiness into her life.  Geril has been fighting an ongoing battle with Ewing’s sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. She also has a phobia of needles which often

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12 Dogs Have A Surprisingly Well-Behaved Birthday Party

Birthday parties. They’re always better when celebrated with friends. These celebrations even extend down to our pets. Our precious fur babies can also use a good ol’ bash for their birthdays. When I was a kid, I always made sure that we threw a birthday party for each of our pets. My dog, Bonita, was always the most engaged and appreciative of having a birthday party thrown in her honor. The cats, on the other hand, always look perplexed to be wearing party hats while we sang them Happy Birthday. It’s always fun to see our pets enjoy themselves when

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Pets Now Allowed In Every Apartment In New South Wales

For those pet parents who rent, you know how difficult it can be to find a suitable apartment with a little fur baby in tow. But for those renters in New South Wales, things are quite difficult for pet parents to keep their animals with them when searching for a new place to live. But the rules have been challenged by the NSW Court of Appeal after one Sydney resident put up a four-year-long battle in order to keep her beloved miniature schnauzer.  Jo Cooper couldn’t bear to be separated from her beloved Angus, so she fought to be able to

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The Internet Falls In Love With Jennifer Aniston’s New Rescue Dog

Jennifer Aniston has a new BFF. And he is adorable. As the actress, who is currently starring in “The Morning Show,” shared about her new rescue dog, it was an instantaneous connection. She immediately loved everything about him and knew that she couldn’t be without him. In her own words, the dog “stole her heart” from the very start. And that is how she ended up adopting the precious Lord Chesterfield. She posted about the wonderful news on her Instagram account along with a video that featured her new pup. In the caption she wrote, “Hi! I’d like to introduce to

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Why Are Dogs Afraid Of Thunder?

If you own or have owned a dog at some point in your life, then it’s a safe assumption that you’ve probably had to help soothe your dog through a thunderstorm. Dogs are scared of thunder. While it’s a common fear amongst dogs – some breeds more frightened of it than others – there is no explanation for what makes them afraid of it. But we all know the common symptoms of this fear which can be anything from hiding, barking, whining, or anxiously pawing and scratching at doors. Depending on how scared they are, some dogs might even tinkle

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