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Meet Winston, a boxer from Oklahoma who lends a helping paw to dogs who need blood. He heads to the local animal hospital whenever donations are needed because boxers are the universal blood donors for canines.
Would you go for a swim with a 26-ft. anaconda? Armed with nothing but a camera, a Swiss diver documented the treacherous snake in action looking for prey. "Everything is possible, but I don't think it would have eaten us," he said post-dive. "I was very close. I could have touched it if I wanted to." –Daily Mail
A test conducted by the Equal Rights Center proves that discrimination toward people with guide dogs is still prevalent. About a third of the 100 rental properties contacted indicated that it would be difficult to impossible to provide housing for those with guide dogs, while some said tenants with guide dogs would be subject to extra fees. Two landlords said these canines weren't allowed to live on their properties at all. –Washington Post
As pet-related relief efforts
continue in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, New York-based volunteer group Guardians of Rescue is still going door-to-door in neighborhoods in need. Volunteers drop off supplies, including food, pet beds, blankets cages and, yes, even dog sweaters. –CNN