Ontarians Are Calling This Dog A Hero For Finding The Missing Girls In Algonquin Park

hero-dog-CanadaTwo teenage girls who went missing for four nights during a camping trip in Algonquin Park have been found safe, according to the Ontario Provincial Police. The three-day search for 16-year-old Marta Malek and Maya Mirota came to an end on Monday when the OPP’s canine unit discovered the pair just before noon.

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VIDEO:Dog sitter caught on camera grabbing, dragging dogs in Connecticut

dog sitter abuse dogsA woman from Portland hired the woman to take care of her three dogs while she went on vacation, but instead, it turned into a nightmare. Security camera footage caught a dog sitter in what appears to be her grabbing the dogs, then dragging and yelling at them.

WARNING: The details and video may be disturbing to some.

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Dog dropped off at California animal shelter in cereal box, infested with fleas gets adopted

puppy -rescueA puppy that was discovered abandoned at Bryant Park in Riverside last Tuesday in Southern California. It was brought to an animal shelter in a cereal box. After posting a photo of the barker in the box to Twitter, the shelter said demand for the puppy skyrocketed. It ended up picking the winning number in the lottery to take the pup home.

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Real-Life Batman Travels The Country Rescuing Animals From Kill Shelters

We have a real hero in town! 27-year-old Chris Van Dorn has always been a fan of Batman and he established  the animal rescue non-profit Batman4Paws. Van Dorn travels the country rescuing shelter animals and delivering them to new homes with loving families who will care for them, and he does it all in costume.

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Hurricane Barry: Rescue dogs slated for euthanasia flown out ahead of storm

dog rescued in HurricaneThe Humane Society of the United States flew more than 120 dogs and cats to safety before Barry made landfall in Louisiana on Saturday. The nonprofit said all of the animals are up for adoption. The  animals transported to Virginia and will be distributed among various shelter and rescue organizations. 

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All dogs are bad and their owners accursed, Israeli city’s rabbis rule

dog-IsraelReligious edict in haredi town of Elad says canines are forbidden because they bark at people and may scare them: ‘And because of its bark it is a bad dog even if does not bite’. People who keep dogs for medical needs should appear before the local rabbinical court so it may rule on their matter.

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Michigan dog gets Guinness record for long dock dive

A Michigan dock diving dog broke a Guinness World Record by leaping 35 feet and 3 inches from a dock into the water. Rachael Brinkman, who owns Einstein Dog Training with her husband, said their dog, Slingshot, set 12 world records in the sport of dock diving in the 2018 season, and one of his jumps is now a Guinness World Record.

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Dog scaring off backyard bear in New Jersey (Video)

hero-dog-NJA New Jersey man is offering his neighbor’s dog a steak dinner after the pup scared off a bear in his backyard. He shared security camera footage capturing the encounter between a black bear and  Riley, the dog on social media. He ended the post by keeping score: “Riley-1 Bear-0.”

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57-Year-Old Texas Man Was ‘Entirely Consumed By His Own Dogs’

A missing person investigation in Johnson County has ended with the revelation that a 57-year-old man was completely eaten by his dogs.


Sheriff’s deputies were called to a trailer-home near Venus, Texas on May 6 to perform a welfare check. Once there relatives told officials a reclusive family member, Freddie Mack, hadn’t been seen or heard from since April 19. When the family went to check on the man they couldn’t get close because of 18 aggressive dogs on the property.

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‘A world first’ a New Dog Museum Devoted to the Dachshund

Dachshund Museum GermanyCalling All Wiener Dog Fans: The Dackelmuseum in the German city of Passau in Bavaria. The museum’s co-founders, Josef Küblbeck and Oliver Storz, are two former German florists who reportedly amassed their collection over a span of 25 years. It features more than 4,500 toys and other items showcasing the popular “sausage dog”.

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