Category: Dogs

Rescue Dog Finds Forever Family, Leaves Life Of Breeding Behind Her

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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. “Lacey Lou was used as a breeding dog and terribly neglected. Someone took her in and contacted Divine Canine Rescue after she found Lacey Lou being given […]

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PETITION- Military Dog Families Destroyed By New United Flight Pet Regulations

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Last May, iHeartDogs reported on the new PetSafe pet transportation policies set forth by United Airlines. After several incidents, the airline revamped their protocols and announced they would no longer accept reservations for “snub-nosed” or “strong-jawed” dog breeds. They also limited travel crates to a maximum height of 30 inches, effectively preventing large dogs of any breed […]

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Stray Becomes An Internet Star After Crashing Fashion Show

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Indian fashion designer Rohit Bal has held fashion shows in cities like London, Paris, and New York, but it was this weekend’s fashion show in Mumbai that really has people talking! Rohit Bal’s high-fashion Gul-Dastra collection was showcased this weekend at Mumbai’s 2019 Blender’s Pride Fashion Tour. His designs were modeled by fashion professionals, including […]

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Canine Star Of “A Dog’s Way Home” Was Hand-Picked From A Tennessee Shelter

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The filmmakers of A Dog’s Way Home had two very specific requirements for their canine star. She had to be a Pit Bull mix as in the novel by W. Bruce Cameron, and she had to be a rescue pup. Cameron and his wife discovered the perfect pooch in a Tennessee shelter. Despite her rough […]

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8 Potentially Deadly Diseases You Can Get From Your Dog

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When your dog gets ill, do you worry about catching it? Dr. Kathryn Primm, DVM, owner and practicing veterinarian of Applebrook Animal Hospital shares eight diseases you and your dog can give each other. #1 – Rabies Rabies is a deadly disease caused by a virus that attacks the nervous system. The virus is secreted […]

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New Illinois Law Makes Pet Owners Responsible For Their Dogs’ Actions

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In 2017, a 10-year-old Yorkie named Buddy was attacked by an off-leash dog in Hanover Park in Illinois. Buddy’s injuries were so severe, he didn’t survive. His owners were devastated. Their grief was intensified when they learned the dog that attacked their small senior pup was one with a known history of aggression. They couldn’t […]

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Why Does My Dog Follow Me To The Bathroom?

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You will never pee alone again… We laugh at jokes and memes that declare how having a dog means you never have to pee alone again, but it’s true. If we get to go to the bathroom, you can bet our dog is right behind us. Our dogs are really tuned in to us and […]

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Facebook Is Giving Away $100,000 To The World’s Most Amazing Dog!

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You know you have the best dog in the world – and so do all your friends, family, co-workers, and total strangers on the internet. Facebook Watch and The Dodo are giving you an opportunity to prove it to the world and win $100,000 while you’re at it! Be aware – the competition is fierce […]

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“Cuddlegrams” Give Your Valentine A Visit From A Furry Bundle Of Love!

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Valentine’s Day is coming up, and if you’re looking for a unique gift you know your partner will love, we found it for you! Some shelters give their pets a break from the noisy kennel environment by offering “cuddlegrams” on Valentine’s Day! You can book a sweet cuddle session for your special someone with a […]

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Read This Veteran’s Firsthand Account Of How His Canine Companion Changed His Life

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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. “Hello, my name is Chuck G. I was in the Marine Corp. from 1967 to 1971. I was a second-place finisher in the Southeast-Asian War Games. “When […]

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