Call it 19 Pups and Counting.
WHTM-TV reports York County, Pennsylvania, residents Brandon and Aimie Terry's Great Dane recently gave birth to 19 puppies.
Great Danes normally have seven to 10 puppies in a litter, but Brandon Terry says an X-ray of Snowy found at least 15 "little spines" during a visit to the veterinarian's office before she gave birth.
A dog named Buddy didn't wait for an invitation when his 85-year-old owner had to go to the hospital.
Four-year-old Buddy hitched a ride on the outside of the ambulance carrying Texas rancher J.R. Nicholson to Hill Country Memorial Hospital.
What happens when you give a cuddle-loving dog a belly rub? He's going to want about a dozen more.
Sebastian the Newfoundland is a go-getter. Once he knows what he wants he will stop at nothing to get it. In this case, Sebastian's goal is to get a copious amounts of tummy tickles from his owner.
In the video, the dog's mom dishes out a few belly pats, but then goes back to staring off into the distance. This simply won't do for Sebastian.
A District of Columbia woman has spent more than $35,000 in a year-long search for her beloved missing dog.
Janet Mihalyfi, 39, of Georgetown has hired psychics and private investigators, posted thousands of fliers, installed cameras in the woods and put out dog food at spots where the Rottweiler mix has reportedly been spotted.
Mihalyfi lost 5-year-old Havoc on Nov. 9, 2013, after she took him and her other dog off their leashes during a run in a wooded area. Just then, a deer bolted by and both dogs gave chase.
She hasn't seen Havoc since.
What do you do when your dog escapes from your New York City hotel room?
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 Peter Pan and Wendy, 7-year-old Chihuahua mixes living at the Humane Society Silicon Valley (HSSV) in Milpitas, California.
This bonded pair were found wandering the streets together in very poor condition. Not only were they unkempt from life on the streets, but they came to the shelter painfully shy and fearful of the world around them.
Veterans Day is an important moment for the nation, a time to remember the priceless sacrifices fellow citizens have made to protect their country.
Unfortunately, the scarifies servicemen make don't always end after they leave active duty. Numerous veterans return home not only with physical wounds, but with mental scars that can make it hard to cope in the normal world.
It's Adopt-a-Shelter Dog Month and we'll be introducing you to extraordinary canines who need homes throughout October. Today, as the month comes to a close, meet Vaughn, a 1-year-old pointer mix who came to the SPCA of Texas in Dallas on Oct. 11.
The 52-lb. pup was given up because his previous owners didn't have proper housing for him. He lived outside 24/7, which was torture for him because "he's a guy who wants to be with his people," reads the dog's biography.
"If you're looking for a loving and laid-back guy, Vaughn is your boy," Stephanie Knight, communications specialist at the SPCA of Texas, added.
The playful and energetic pooch is great with kids and other dogs, even though he sometimes has a tendency to be quite shy when you first try to pet him. But give him a chance and he'll show you his sweet side. "He's a sweetheart who loves kisses and lap cuddles," his bio says. "He is quiet and fun, and he'll be a great dog for someone."
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