Critter Crossing

Clinic212--a marketing campaign agency in Lithuania--has started a project dedicated to the local wildlife, particularly the little ones. Read more here.

Doggy Weekends

Japanese automaker Subaru has just released a new television advertisement, depicting a heartwarming journey of a man and his senior dog on a road-trip of a lifetime.

Marvel-lous Dogs

If you’re a fan of the Marvel comic universe, or their countless Marvel superhero movies, an art project by Josh Lynch will be sure to tickle your fancy.

Equal Rights For All Paws

A small town in Spain, Trigueros del Valle, has intorduced a bill to recognize animals as “non-human residents”, thus granting the four-legged companions equal rights as citizens.

Beagle Outrage

In Yorkshire, England, Secretary for Government & Communities Greg Clark has shocked and outraged many, by approving a plan to open a breeding facility for beagles in England, for purposes of vivisection (live surgery), and drug testing.

Fur Will Fly

When it comes to travelling with your pets, the process can be complicated for both human and owner -- as well as place pets under a considerable amount of stress. In John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City, they are set to change the standards of transporting animals by air, with their new terminal solely for four-legged passengers.

Retired Mushers

When the sled dogs of Talkeetna, Alaska, retire, or find themselves without a home, they can turn to a very special duo running a shelter for these hard working pooches. Named the Sled Dog Santuary, this husband-and-wife partnership is changing and saving the lives of many a Husky.

Itchy Adam

When Adam the black Labrador Retriever was rescued, he was believed to be suffering from a severe case of flea dermatitis. However, the sweet pooch was actually allergic to something - or someone else altogether, to the surprise of his rescuers.

Half The Body, Twice The Heart

English Bulldog puppy Bonsai is just as cute as any other puppy you would ever see – except he was born with half a spine, a pelvis that did not function and hind legs that were too small to use for walking. See more of his unyielding spirit and how you can help this rambunctious pup.

Changing Traditions

In Thailand, a recent legislation was passed to ban animal cruelty nationwide. While the language of this new law is being criticised by both supporters and opposers for not being clear as to what constitutes as cruelty, it still seems to be making a positive change in the Land of Smiles.

Gentle Bob

Golden Retrievers are well-known as one of the gentle giants of the canine world - good with other pets, and even children. However, Bob the Goldie has taken this gentle demeanour to a while new level, with his eccentric family.

Panda & Claire Reunited

When guide dog Panda left her trainer Claire Donovan at two-years old, the trainer requested that she be kept in the loop should the black Labrador be retiring or ready for adoption. She never expected to hear back from the organisation, but 11 years later, the two would be reunited.

Corgi Mania

Over the past weekend, Northern California’s Ocean Beach hosted the summer edition of CorgiCon, where almost 500 of the stubbiest and most adorable Corgis and 1000 people from all over America turned up for the event. Read more here.

Celebrating The Dogs

The Nepalese celebrate their relationship with dogs in a very special way, through a yearly festival called Tihar. This festival pays homage to their animal friends, particularly those who share special relationships with humans. The second day of this celebration places focus on their canine friends.

Pug-tastic Day

Once a year, the famous Dodger Stadium is open to our four-legged friends, and fans are allowed to bring their dogs to the stadium to cheer on the home team while enjoying a great day out, and proceeds go to Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation. The Los Angeles Times tasked Gizmo the pug to be their news correspondence for the day, to some very cute results.