Homeless Dog Becomes Certified Narcotics K9 With Mind-Blowing Talents

Sheriff deputies discover homeless dog has rare talent for narcotics K9 work Who you calling a homeless dog? That’s Narcotics K9 Triton to you, thank you very much. A much deserved rank and position. The Darien News reports officials in Darien, Georgia got complaints about a homeless person living in a storage room in a city park. Instead of a person they discovered a skittish dog who had been deprived of food, water, and attention living locked up in squalid

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Doctor Writes Cancer Patient Prescription For Best Medicine Ever-Get A Puppy

Patient Ben Poole knew what would make him feel best of all–to get a puppy Ben Poole had a big battle ahead of him when he was diagnosed with esophageal cancer last year. He was dealing with that and the recent loss of his dog. He wanted a new one. His wife was a big no. She was overwhelmed with all his treatments and doctor appointments. Adding a dog was just one thing too many. So, she put him off

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How You A Letter From Your Dog Can Make One Little Girl’s Living Wish Come True

7-Year-Old Emma Martens says a letter from your dog brings her comfort. Dear dog parents–a letter from your dog can work some magic in the heart of one special little girl in Wisconsin. 7-year-old Emma Martens has an inoperable brain tumor. Her family says Emma loves dogs and gets comfort from seeing them and thinking about them. So, they’re asking you to send Emma a letter or email from your dog. Thousands of dog lovers are already showering Emma with

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Adopted Dog Plays Matchmaker. Finds His Human A Husband

Luka and Alicia had a love affair going even before he played matchmaker Matchmaker and adopted dog, Luka, and his human, Alicia, are the perfect example of how it’s impossible to tell who is saving whom when you adopt a pet from a shelter or rescue group. Alicia had always dreamed of adopting a dog. Then she met Luka at the Animal Foundation in Las Vegas. He became her constant companion and her best friend. That was great enough. Then,

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How Star of ‘A Dog’s Way Home’ Went From Stray Junkyard Dog To Movie Stardom

Author Bruce Cameron insisted star of ‘A Dog’s Way Home’ be a real life rescue dog Author and screenwriter Bruce Cameron had a very specific vision when he was working on “A Dog’s Way Home.” The star of the movie needed to be a real life rescue dog. But was it possible? To find the right dog in a shelter somewhere in America? The right look, the right temperament, the right smarts to go from stray to star? USA Today

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Stranger Drives Dog 2,300 Miles For Reunion With Boy Recovering From Surgery

Because could there be any better medicine than a reunion with your dog? The reunion. That’s what Bob Reynolds had on his mind for 2,300 miles. It was the ride of a lifetime for this former trucker. All to bring a boy back together with his dog. The boy is Perryn Miller. He’s 8-years-old and lives in Wilmington, North Carolina. Perryn and his family were visiting with family in Utah over the holidays when the boy started complaining about bad

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It’s A Chicken Wedding For Two Rescue Chickens Who Became Love Birds!

What else but a chicken wedding for one of the most beautiful and unlikely love stories of the year?! So, you say you’ve never been to a chicken wedding? Erin Bankston of Acworth, Georgia knew she needed to change that as she watched a beautiful love story hatch right before her animal loving heart. Bankston writes on Facebook this love story began in May 2017. A friend phoned her up after finding a chicken by the side of the road.

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Popeyes Restaurant Offering ‘Emotional Support Chicken’ At Philly Airport

Restaurant is betting their emotional support chicken will bring customers comfort Talk about comfort food.  That’s what Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen is betting their “Emotional Support Chicken” offering will bring travelers at Philadelphia’s restaurant. This, of course, is a very clever market move playing off the controversy of airline passengers getting their pets certified as “emotional support animals,” so that they can travel with them in the main cabin. Hope Diaz, Popeye’s chief marketing officer says, “We know holiday travel can

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That Time My Husband Took Our Family Planning Into His Own Hands Without Consulting Me First

Because this is not the way I thought we would be expanding our family.  I would’ve told you our family was complete. Family Planning 101.  Husband, me, Two girls, now both away at college. And the cliché empty nest puppy. Husband apparently had other ideas. He took matters into his own hands this week, walking in the house with our new bundle of joy. The one I didn’t know we needed.  “I got us a robot!” he announced in th

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