Dog Rescued 136 Miles Off Coast Of Thailand By Oil Rig Workers

April 16, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Animals |

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An exhausted dog was pulled to safety by oil rig workers who spotted it swimming in the Gulf of Thailand, 135 miles from the coast.

The moment the dog crawled onto the rusty bars of the rig were captured on video, after workers had called out to her as she swam towards them.


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Couple Shares Touching Photos From Their Last Day With Their 15 Year Old German Shepard

March 4, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Animals, Life |

Hi, my name is Lena!

Unfortunately, yesterday I started my forever nap. Don’t be sad, because I was a happy 15.5 years old! I want to share with you how I spent my last 24 hours. It was a lot of fun.

german shepard lena last day


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Dog Desperately Chases After Owner’s Car After Being Dumped At Lake

February 13, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Animals |

abandoned dog chases after owner

If there’s one thing I can’t stand, it’s people who take advantage of an animal’s loyalty and leave it heartbroken and alone.

A disturbing video has surfaced appearing to show one such man dumping his dog by Lake Ming in Bakersfield, California.

In the clip, which is steadily spreading around the internet, a man in a black Sedan car can be seen getting out of his vehicle, before physically beating and then abandoning his dog

The footage in question was recorded by Steven Sage Silver, who was in his car less than 100-yards away from where the incident took place.

Silver can heard speaking as he records the video, saying: “Hell no, that’s your dog man. That’s fucked up. This guy is dumping his dog right here.”

The footage shows a man walking his dog away from the Sedan, with his pooch obviously of the opinion that he’s about to play.

The owner then begins to use his hands and feet when his dog tries to follow him back to the car, before forcibly throwing him out when the dog manages to get back in the driver’s seat.


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A Tribute To Man’s Best Friend

January 11, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Animals, Life |

heartwarming dog photos


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Loyal Dog Waits Nearly A Month For Owners’ Return to Home Destroyed by Camp Fire

December 10, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Animals |

Loyal Dog Waits Nearly a Month For Owners' Return to Home Destroyed by Camp Fire

A dog that survived the catastrophic Camp Fire in Northern California reportedly waited at the ruins of its property for nearly a month until its owner returned.

K9 Paw Print Rescue took to Facebook to share the heart-warming story, writing: “Madison’s parents were unable to get home to him when the Camp Fire spread. They hoped and prayed he would be OK.

“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!”

Shayla Sullivan, a rescue worker who has helped looked after animals caught up in the tragic fires, commented on the post to say that she was keeping an eye out for Madison and his brother Miguel, who had been reported missing by their owner.

Shayla said the outdoor guard dog was apprehensive and kept his distance. Sullivan left food and water for him regularly until Gaylord got back on Wednesday. She also helped locate Madison’s brother Miguel, another Anatolian shepherd that was taken to a shelter 85 miles away in the confusing aftermath of the wildfire.


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This IKEA Opens Their Doors To Keep Stray Dogs From Sleeping In The Cold

November 21, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Animals, Life |

There is an IKEA located in Catania, Italy that keeps its doors open to stray dogs. The store will allow dogs to come in, lay on the rugs inside the store, and stay warm so they don’t have to sleep in the cold. This IKEA store keeping their doors open in the cold weather for pups went viral on Facebook by a user named Vittoria Taccia Gabrielli who said she was ‘amazed’ by the gesture.

Taccia posted a video of the dogs in the store lounging about on the furniture and rug displays; happy, warm, and sleeping!

“The dogs receive daily food and pampering from IKEA’s employees and customers,” Taccia said. “Some dogs have even found a family, going home with customers.”

“A good initiative to shelter the strays while it’s raining outside,” Gabrielli wrote in Italian on her Facebook page, “All this happens in the shopping center of IKEA(Catania).”

The video she shared, which was actually recorded by her daughter, has nearly 18,000 shares and over 1 million views. Many people have reached out to IKEA, praising them for opening their doors to stray dogs.


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19 Dads Who Said They Didn’t Want a Dog

August 24, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Animals, Life |

And My Dad Said He Didn’t Want A Dog

And My Dad Said He Didn't Want A Dog


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The Story Of Hachiko – The Most Loyal Dog On Earth

August 7, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Animals, Life |

Dogs are famously known for their devotion and loyalty to their owners. To describe a dog as “man’s best friend” is cliché, but well deserved. Among dogs that are known for their fierce and steadfast loyalty, Hachiko, a Japanese Akita Inu, is the most famous and known to most everyone in Japan.

Long ago in Japan, a professor from the University of Tokyo decided to adopt a dog. He wanted a pure bred Akita pup, a breed of large and powerful dogs from the mountains on the northern side of the island. It was not an easy task, as finding an Akita puppy back in those times was quite tricky. The professor looked everywhere, taking his time and widening his search. Finally, in 1924, he found what he was looking for in the city of Odate. The professor got himself a perfect pup, strong, healthy and, most importantly, pure Akita. It was love at first sight, a match made in heaven. The professor took the pup home and named him Hachikō.


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This One Goes Out To All The Dog Owners Out There

June 7, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Animals, Products |

Why not give your dog a view through your backyard fence? After all, dogs are naturally curious, inquisitive creatures, so why not let them have their own little porthole into the outside world? That way dogs can see what’s going on without trying to tear down the wall (or, more accurately, dig holes under it)!

Pet Peek provides dogs with the ability to see through walls in a safe, attractive way. The plastic viewing bubbles are made from durable dog-proof materials and are self-installed, so you can place them exactly how you like. The domes are great for wood panels, vinyl fences, and drywall.


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Starving And Malnourished Dog Makes Incredible Recovery Thanks A Caring Rescuer

May 14, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Animals, Life |

26-year-old Bali native Rico Soegiarto was walking home from work one day when he spotted a dangerously malnourished dog. The pup he saw was almost a skeleton, and was in such bad she had bald spots, and was so thin you could see her bones through her diseased skin. She didn’t have long left to live. Despite her condition however, her brilliant blue eyes still shone bright and Rico knew that he had to give the neglected pup a second chance

Rico shared, “I don’t know what was special about her. It’s about heart and feeling. I found her when I was on the way back home from work, she was in the middle of the street.”

Rico washed, fed, nursed, and groomed her back to health. After 10 months, the results speak for themselves:


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