After a husky-type dog died on an Air France-KLM flight bound for Los Angeles International Airport from Amsterdam, according to TMZ reporting, travelers with beloved canines of their own were reacting with concern. Sara Welch reports from LAX for the KTLA 5 News at 6 on March 20, 2019.
Controversial pesticide testing on dozens of beagles has ended at a Michigan animal testing lab following the release of a disturbing video that showed dogs being force-fed chemicals as part of a yearlong study. A beagle is seen in an image from an undercover video released by the Humane Society of the United States. The…
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Source: The Dodo “Boy, this Sunday morning did not go as planned. I had spent last night working on an outline for a piece that I was planning to write, for today’s installment, on the issue of Daylight Savings Time and how goofy everyone is about it when suddenly this video crossed my computer screen…tissue […]
(BETHESDA, Md.) — Sully, the service dog who symbolized devotion lying by former President George H.W. Bush’s flag-draped casket, has a new mission. The 2-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever on Wednesday joined Walter Reed National Military Medical Center’s dog program to help wounded veterans. Sully offered his paw as he was administered an oath streamed on…
Solen varmer huset op for tiden, og særligt velbehageligt er der i en direkte stråle. En summende fornemmelse af velvære og ro. Samt opstigende duft af gammel hund Lone
Full article by Michael Cavna – February 8, 2019, from The Washington Post here.
One of the animals rescued, a Rottweiler named Heroina, grew up to become a drug-sniffing police dog in Colombia.
by Gina Martinez – TIME
After losing their home to California’s deadliest wildfire, one couple had an unexpected reunion with their loyal pet.
K9 Paw Print Rescue, a non-profit, Bay Area-based animal rescue group, said on Facebook this week that the couple returned to the site of their lost home in Paradise, Calif., and their beloved dog Madison was there as well.
“They hoped and prayed he would be OK,” the group posted. “When they finally got clearance to go back to the lot where their house once stood… Madison was waiting there for them as if he were protecting his former home. Never give up!”
Read the full heartwarming article from TIME here.