When humans are forced to eat alone, they will text, read a book, play Sudoku – or pretend to be doing some mindless task so they don't look like a loner. But when this Chihuahua rescue, Bonnie, adopted from The Sato Project, finds herself dining solo – she simply refuses to go on.
Taiwan is at the forefront of a major trend in pet care.
Home. Some pets never have one to call their own. We'd like to help change that by introducing you to an extraordinary adoptable pet every week. Today, meet Caesar, a handsome pit bull mix currently being cared for by the Eleventh Hour Rescue of Rockaway, New Jersey.
Four years ago, Caesar was found as a stray and adopted into a loving home – but sadly, his forever was recently cut short. His owners are now moving and can't take their pup with them, so they returned him to the Eleventh Hour Rescue. The transition hasn't been easy: Caesar is sad, missing his owners and clearly longing for a loving place to call home.
Is work still work when dogs are involved? Not when your co-workers are this cute!
We've got an exclusive look at Blake Lively's new movie The Age of Adaline and the pair of adorable canines she snuggles up to in the drama (which is about a woman who remains 29 years old for eight decades).
Two Cavalier King Charles spaniels named Hunter and Riley play the part of Adaline Bowman's dog, and animal coordinator Ian Doig gave PEOPLE the scoop on how they were chosen. For Riley, lying completely still on one side is his specialty.
"It's something he did very naturally and enjoys being fussed over," Doig says. "He needed to do an emotional scene in a vet clinic examination room with Blake Lively."
Marley the puppy just went from rush-hour traffic to forever home thanks to Lieutenant Brian Rackow of the Midland Police Department in Texas.
Last week, police responded to a call regarding a man throwing puppies into busy morning traffic, reports The Midland Reporter-Telegram. When authorities arrived, the man was gone, but the dogs were still stuck scurrying among the cars.
Today is Earth Day! A holiday to celebrate the ongoing effort to reduce, reuse and recycle. One of the most important (and adorable) conservationists to take a stand on this issue is Puglet – the eco-friendly pug who is urging us all to "go green."
Puglet's human assisted him in filming a wildly cute video to debunk the myth that "It Ain't Easy Being Green." In the clip, Puglet demonstrates all of the simple things we can do to show more love to our sweet Mother Earth.
We've teamed up with one of our favorite sites, BarkPost, to bring you and your four-legged friends even more adorable pet videos, photos and must-see stories. Check back every week for new furry fun from BarkPost!