Dog Recieves Kidney From One Of Her Pups In Rare Transplant Surgery

Star was rescued from a plywood box along with 9 surviving puppies in the middle of a hot Missouri summer three years ago. By the time she was found she was dehydrated, malnourished, and near death from kidney failure. She was taken to Murphy Animal Hospital in High Ridge, Missouri, where veterinarians stayed by her […]

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Dog Recieves Kidney From One Of Her Pups In Rare Transplant Surgery

Star was rescued from a plywood box along with 9 surviving puppies in the middle of a hot Missouri summer three years ago. By the time she was found she was dehydrated, malnourished, and near death from kidney failure. She was taken to Murphy Animal Hospital in High Ridge, Missouri, where veterinarians stayed by her […]

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Celebrities Affected By Wildfires Lend Their Voices To California’s Pets – And You Can Help, Too.

2018 has been a terrible year for California. The state has suffered 56 wild fires since February, with five still burning. The Camp fire has been called the deadliest in history, with a death toll at 42, and over 7,000 structures destroyed – mostly homes. South of the Camp fire, the Woolsey wildfire has already […]

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Common Health Issues Senior Dogs Face During Different Seasons And What To Do

Do you know what common health issues senior dogs face during different seasons? Senior dogs face some of the same health issues as younger dogs, but they also face a host of health issues that are less common in younger dogs. Here are some common health issues senior dogs face during different seasons and what […]

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Rescue Rebuild and MuttNation Foundation Team Up To Help Get Senior Dogs Adopted

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to GreaterGood, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible.  County superstar Miranda Lambert and her MuttNation Foundation teamed up with Rescue Rebuild yet again! Together they were able to improve the lives of senior dogs that have yet […]

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Kindness Helps Turn Life Around For Abandoned Dog

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible. Not much is known about Meg’s past, except that life had not been kind to her. She was abandoned, and when found Meg was underweight and caring […]

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Senior Dog Surprises Veteran With Her Zest For Life

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible. Ginger is a career Army Reservist and part of a pet-loving family. Thanks to the most recent grant Pets for Patriots received from GreaterGood.org, Ginger adopted a […]

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This Death Row Dog Only Needed One More Chance To Find Her Forever Home

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to GreaterGood, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible.  In June 2016, police and animal control rescued Pippa from a nightmare situation in a Riverside County house. They discovered thirty-eight skeletal dogs in the home, ten were already […]

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The Largest Dog Hotel In The World Is Everything Your Dog Dreams Of

Complete with private rooms, comfy beds, a swimming pool, and a 24/7 live feed, the AtFrits Pet Hotel and Daycare Centre in Cape Town, South Africa is unlike any pet boarding facility in the world. Gone are the days of chain-link kennels and sad dogs pining for their owners. This all-animal hotel has 56 dog […]

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British Veteran & The Dog He Rescued In Syria Reunite After 7 Months Apart

Sean Laidlaw was more than happy to leave war-torn Syria behind when his contract as an independent bomb disposal expert was cancelled in April. The hardest part was saying goodbye to the puppy he rescued and fell in love with during his service. Now, thanks to a military charity devoted to helping dogs living in […]

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7 Vet-Recommended Tips To Help Your Dog Lose Weight

Dogs are our beloved companions, sharing in just about everything we do. Unfortunately, this close bond also extends to their eating and exercise habits. Much like American humans, more than half of the nation’s dogs and cats are overweight or obese. Chubby pups are at risk for many of the same health problems overweight people […]

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Dog Zoomies: Why They Happen and What to Do

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Dog zoomies are what they sound like. It’s hard not to smile when you see a joyful dog running wildly around your house or yard, zipping back and forth for a few moments before collapsing after a case of what most of us call the “zoomies.” Dog zoomies, or Frenetic Random Activity Periods (FRAPS) as they’re technically called, generally only last …

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5 Tips for Having a Safe Thanksgiving With Dogs

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Ah, Thanksgiving. Food, family… and frayed nerves from cooking a massive meal or traveling to a relative’s house. With all the chaos of preparing for Thanksgiving, be it getting your house ready to host extended family or packing for a trip, we might not think about what stress a dog could be under when his …

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iHeartDogs Customers Helped This Veteran Get His Life Back With A Service Dog

Did you know that as many as 20% of returning veterans suffer from PTSD? One of those brave soldiers is a US Army PFC Veteran named Wally who served in Saudi Arabia and Iraq. Wally was a Paratrooper (Airborne) and Telecommunications Center Operator whose job was to decrypt top-secret information and relay it to high ranking officers. After years […]

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Annual Festival In Nepal Celebrates The Sacred Bond Between Humans & Dogs

Each year, the canines of Nepal are celebrated during the festival of Tihar. The lucky pups are presented with food offerings, draped in flower garlands, and blessed with sacred markings.  Pets, police dogs, and strays are honored equally as devoted friends and guardians of humanity. While the festival lasts five days and honors several sacred species, the […]

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How Do You Know if You Give Your Dog Enough Attention?

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Is your dog getting enough attention while you are gone for most of the day? Here’s how to read your dog’s signals — and help give her the attention she deserves!

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How Do You Know if You Give Your Dog Enough Attention?

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Is your dog getting enough attention while you are gone for most of the day? Here’s how to read your dog’s signals — and help give her the attention she deserves!

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4 Ways Your Dog Might Benefit from a Probiotic

Our bodies contain microorganisms that live in our stomachs and intestines, and our dogs have them too. They benefit our dogs by breaking down the food they eat into vitamins and minerals they can absorb. These microorganisms also keep their digestive tracts healthy and working properly. There are different kinds known commonly as “good” and […]

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4 Ways Your Dog Might Benefit from a Probiotic

Our bodies contain microorganisms that live in our stomachs and intestines, and our dogs have them too. They benefit our dogs by breaking down the food they eat into vitamins and minerals they can absorb. These microorganisms also keep their digestive tracts healthy and working properly. There are different kinds known commonly as “good” and […]

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Terrified Shelter Dog Comes Out Of Her Shell When She Makes A Friend

It’s incredible what a big transformation can be made with just a little love. Zelda was abandoned at Pet And Wildlife Rescue (P.A.W.) in Chatham-Kent, Ontario overnight. She was tethered to a pole, riddled with fleas and in overall bad shape. According to BlackburnNews.com, she was so severely underweight that her entire ribcage was visible […]

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Company Tracks “Bark Alerts” To Compile List Of Naughty And Nice Dog Breeds

The makers of a popular treat-dispensing dog camera, Furbo, made a list, and you know they checked it twice. Whether or not they pass on their findings to the big guy up north is yet to be determined, but their data collectors have put together a list of the naughtiest and nicest dog breeds. Which […]

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So, Your Dog Has Canine Cancer — Here’s What to do Next

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One in four dogs will be diagnosed with canine cancer in their lifetime, and cancer is the second leading cause of death in older animals. That’s “16 billion dollars this year in cancer veterinary care, up from 12 billion two years ago,” explains Rodney Habib, an award-winning blogger, lecturer and founder of the pet health …

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Alex Bowman: An Amazing NASCAR Driver and Dog Lover

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Alex Bowman is famous for being an outstanding NASCAR driver but do you know about his canine crew of two: Roscoe and Finn?

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Imodium for Dogs — Is It Okay to Give Your Dog OTC Human Medicine for His Upset Stomach?

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While these medicines can be administered to dogs with upset stomachs, it is best to do your research — and call your vet’s office.

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What Florida’s Greyhound Racing Ban Means For The Dogs

Amendment 13 to the Florida constitution passed 69-31 in Tuesday’s midterm elections, effectively banning greyhound racing throughout the state. While it is a victory for animal rights, many dog lovers are concerned about what will become of the nearly 15,000 greyhounds involved in the Florida racing industry. According to SBNation, rescue groups across the country are […]

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Georgia Shelter Celebrates ‘Adopt A Senior Pet Month’ With Waived Adoption Fees

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November is for football and feasting, but it’s also about senior rescue pets looking for new homes. Shelters across the country spend the month of November celebrating their aging dogs and cats while promoting Adopt a Senior Pet Month. These are the pets that have graying fur and walk a little slower than their younger […]

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Why Do Dogs Destroy Their Toys?

You know the drill—you scour every aisle and thoughtfully consider what toy your dog will like best. You pick out what you think is the perfect squeaky duck or oinky pig, but within minutes of presenting it to your dog, you’re picking it off the floor in pieces. There’s a pile of fluff over there, […]

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“Every Dog Day” On November 15th Seeks To Change Breed Stereotypes

Countless shelter dogs are overlooked because of situations beyond their control, and animal rescues are overwhelmed fighting for their welfare. The day when animal shelters have only empty kennels is a long way off, but the online pet adoption community called Get Your Pet is determined to make a difference. This year, Get Your Pet […]

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How You and Your Vet Can Prepare Your Pup for Vet Visits

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A visit to the vet isn’t a dog’s favorite activity but there are ways you and your vet can make the experience more relaxing for everyone.

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How To Stop Your Puppy From Biting

Puppy nibbles may seem cute at first, until your puppy gets overexcited and her needle-sharp teeth sink into your skin. Nipping is normal puppy behavior, but it’s important to teach your puppy not to bite. Otherwise, they’re likely to grow up thinking that biting is acceptable behavior. Here are a few tips on how to […]

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Adopting Old Dogs Instead of Buying a New Puppy

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Getting a new dog? It turns out that your ideal pup may not be a puppy after all. Find out the benefits of adopting old dogs.

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Can Dogs Eat Onions? If Your Dog Ate Onions, What Do You Do?

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Can dogs eat onions? And what are your next steps if your dog ate onions? The facts about onions and dogs are a little complicated — let’s find out more.

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Why Do Female Dogs Hump? Reasons for Female Dog Humping

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Humping is common behavior among male and female dogs, who grind on toys, legs, and other dogs for a variety of reasons.

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Florida Family Has Heartwarming Reunion After Losing Home To Hurricane Michael

When Hurricane Michael hit the Florida panhandle, thousands of people and pets lost their homes. The winds tore away roofs while pounding rain sent floodwaters rushing through neighborhoods. People had to pack what they could to find safety, and amidst the chaos, many were separated from loved ones. For Patrick Burns and his family, Hurricane […]

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Dream Job Alert: Make $100 An Hour “Petting Puppies”

Is your current job boring, uninspiring, and devoid of dogs? Well then, you may want to apply for the new “Pup-tern” position at MUTTS Canine Cantina’s newest location in Fort Worth, Texas! Responsibilities include petting dogs and…that’s it! MUTTS shared a post via Instagram earlier this week asking interested applicants to post a video showing […]

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