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5 Reasons I’d Like to Be My Dog for a Day

Amy Sinatra Ayres If only we could all sleep like Grizzly, a 14-year-old chocolate Lab. As I’m packing the kids’ lunches, trying to meet a deadline and squeezing in a trip to the gym, my dog&nb

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If you’ve noticed many seeming human traits in animals, you’ll want to read this

By Vicky Hallett  Picture this scenario: You and a co-worker are given a task to complete. The co-worker occasionally pretends to do something but leaves you with all of the drudgery. Now imagine that y

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Missouri Deputy Comes to Aid of Stuck Skunk - Cincinnati Zoo's Fiona the Hippo to Make Media Debut

Missouri deputy comes to aid of stuck skunk A deputy noticed a skunk wandering outside headquarters with a yogurt cup stuck on its head.  (Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office)   HILLSBORO,

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Dog Trapped on 400-Foot Cliff in New York Rescued By Cop Using Ropes - Human Leg Discovered in Alaskan Channel

Dog trapped on 400-foot cliff in New York rescued by cop using ropes By Travis Fedschun   A dog stuck halfway down a 400-foot cliff in an upstate New York gorge Monday had to be rescued by a police o

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From death row to adoption: Saving animals by car, van, bus and even plane

Driver Phil Broussard leads a German shepherd onto the Rescue Express bus in San Fernando, Calif. The organization tries to save animals by transporting them to adoption groups in the Pacific Northwest, where e

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Fostering an animal is a win-win for parents and pets

Mary Helen Berg     (Photo: Alex DeForest, Arizona Humane Society) Lying side by side on a cozy couch in West Hollywood, Calif., Dirk and Penny make an odd couple. Dirk, a Corgi mix