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Dog Waits Five Years to Be Adopted, One Picture Changes His Life

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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!

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Every Thought That Goes Through a Dog's Mind When He's Dressed up for the Holidays: Easter Edition

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Holidays are all about families coming together, celebrating, sharing good food Рyou know the drill. Every holiday also presents the exciting opportunity to dress your pet in over-the-top, highly festive attire.

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Soccer-Playing Beagle Works Cutest Defense the Game Has Seen

Originally posted 04/05/2015 01:15 PM

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Thousands Rally to Bring Missing Disabled Dog Home

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Thousands Rally to Bring Missing Disabled Dog Home

Originally posted 04/04/2015 05:25 PM

When Angela Beer discovered her beloved Jack Russell Terrier Dunhill was missing, she worried that she'd never see him again.

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6-Year-Old Boy with Autism Finds Confidence and Friendship Thanks to Service Dog

Update 04/03/2015 07:50 PM Originally posted 04/03/2015 11:25 AM

For 6-year-old Mark Fontana and many children with autism, developing independence, confidence, and social acceptance is an overwhelming challenge, felt acutely by both the child and family. In scarier moments, these kids can wander away from their families.

"He would compulsively run away. He would run into the street," Mark's mother, Emily Fontana, said on a moving episode of TODAY on Friday. "He would run outside and try to jump into any pool even though he couldn't swim. It was absolutely terrifying."

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Dog Miraculously Survives Car Accident and Attempted 'Mercy Killing'

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If cats have nine lives, this dog has 12.

According to USA Today, in February, stray dog Theia was hit by a car while walking along a highway in Spokane, Washington, prompting someone to pull over and check on her. Instead of taking the injured canine to a shelter, the person who stopped decided to attempt a "mercy killing," thinking Theia was too far gone. So after being hit by a car, Theia was given several hammer blows to the head and then left in a ditch to die. But she pressed on.

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Adopt Me! Dusty Brings Hugs and Happiness Everywhere He Goes

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Adopt Me! Dusty Brings Hugs and Happiness Everywhere He Goes

Originally posted 04/03/2015 11:00 AM

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 Dusty, a retired racing dog who is available for adoption through Greyhound Crossroads, a group that places greyhounds in Georgia and the Carolinas.

April is National Adopt-a-Greyhound Month. This older gent, nicknamed Big Boy Dusty at the racetrack, ran 120 races before retiring in September of 2009. A family adopted him from the Birmingham, Alabama, racetrack adoption kennel shortly thereafter. But sadly, he was returned a few months later in terrible condition and wasn't expected to survive. He had dropped from 75 lbs. to a skeletal 38 lbs. and had a ghastly open wound on his shoulder that was infected.

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They have an official name: Puppy Predictors. And the next time we have an existential question that nobody can answer, we're totally tossing it to them.

On Tuesday's Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon asked seven of these furry professionals to predict the team that will win the NCAA Championship on Monday by placing four bowls of kibble before them and inviting them to eat. The team with the most noms is expected to win the big game (the remaining four teams will be reduced to two after Saturday night's games).

"When it comes to predicting things, we have a secret weapon, and it's puppies," Fallon said, before three adorable Labradors charged a certain team's bowl.

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Have you ever seen a chubby English bulldog in a tux? How about John Legend officiating a wedding between an English bulldog in a tux and a French bulldog in a bridal gown? No?

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