A heroic pit bull-type dog recently rescued an abused and abandoned puppy in Gresham, Oregon, reported Life With Dogs. KATU news interviewed the man whose pit bull-type dog, Goofy, found the cold and lonely pup.
Madera went blind from an autoimmune disease and wandered away after being let out to go to the bathroom; her guardian, Ed Davis, explained that she normally returns back inside right after. Madera was found a half-mile from home by cyclist Constantine Khrulev, after hearing a whine from the dog.
But the folks at the brand are super proud of their work (and they should be, it’s excellent work) and even revealed a behind the scenes image of a Bengal cat who lives in Kyoto by the name of Rui. While we think Rui is indeed cute, we don’t really want to be wearing a mask that looks like a much bigger version of her head.
Harvey, pictured here before his weight loss, has managed to shift 10kg (PA Real Life/Collect)After her doggy dieting success, Beth is now keen to pass on her experience to other people with overweight pets.
On December 20th, workers at a San Francisco recycling facility found a small, badly hurt puppy, reports CBS News. According to San Francisco Animal Care and Control, Gem was found on a conveyer belt at a dump surrounded by bottles, cans and other recyclables.
The documentary filmmaker and co-director Dana Nachman, 46, followed five Labrador retriever puppies — Patriot, Potomac, Primrose, Poppet and Phil — through 20 months of intensive training to see which, if any, would become guide dogs in their new documentary, "Pick of the Litter," due out Aug. 31.