Meet one very lucky man and his guide dog, both of whom survived a potentially fatal fall from a New york City subway platform. Some force was with them both as they went through this harrowing ordeal.
In the Russian town of Obninsk, a true miracle occurred, but it was not of the religious kind. A heroine cat saved the life of an infant boy by keeping the baby's body warm as it lay in the freezing stairwell of an apartment complex.
Also known as TADSAW INC, the Train a Dog Save a Warrior organization is a veritable life-saver to veterans coping with PTSD. Read about their admirable work with canines who serve as "battle buddies."
Meet Molli Oliver creator of Molli's United Military Service Dogs (MUMS). This caring flight attendant has made it her mission in life to reunite military working dogs with their handlers via her organization called MUMS.
Meet Bengus, a cool, Air Force service dog with a sense of humor who served 9 years (63 in dog time) in drug detection and patrol duties. His tale (and tail) are amusing and heart-warming. Read on for more about this four-legged character.
For two comrades of war, one with four legs and one with two, the bond between them is unbreakable. Although separated after deployments, they are now together and will be until the end of their lives.
Meet Petty Officer First Class Robert "Smokey" Adams and his new companion, a three-year-old, specially-trained Pitt Bull mix named Malec. Together they battle the tormented world of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome.
There have been many unspoken heroes among the dogs of war throughout the decades. Below is the story of one special, four-legged soldier who won the hearts of many for her bravery under fire and supreme sacrifice.
When you need your pet’s hairbrush, do you end up searching through the whole house for it? When you find it, is it under the bed or worse in the refrigerator vegetable drawer? If so, you need help and if not, you probably still could do better.
Survivng the first thirty days after bringing home a new cat doesn't have to be a trial and error experience. Ultimately, a good plan will mean survival for both owner and cat. Read on for some details on what to do and what not to do.