July 31st is National Mutt Day, and mixed-breed dogs deserve the praise. In fact, National Mutt Day is celebrated twice a year–also on December 2nd–because mutts are just that awesome! Check out these happy mixed-breed pooches!
July 31st and December 2nd are both celebrated as National Mutt Day! There’s no need to settle on one breed when you can have a whole bunch rolled into one package. There are plenty of advantages to having a mixed-breed dog.
What do pets who suffer from blindness, deafness, and have black fur have in common? They’re less likely to be adopted from shelters and are considered “less adoptable.”
Approximately 75 percent of all shelter dogs waiting for forever homes are mutts, but mixed-breed dogs have advantages over purebreds, and are less prone to genetic diseases.
Diesel is a friendly, family dog who never bit anyone. That is, until a robber tried to run through his backyard.
Got mutts? Are you one of the lucky that probably has a pretty healthy dog! Yay you! Well here is a list of 30 marvelously named mutts! Check them out. I found a few that I really like and will have in my back up for my next dog. Aren’t we always just a few steps away from our next dog. Maybe not. Either way. Check out these great names!
Cancer is a disease that hits humans and animals, but here are some telltale signs of the disease in dogs, and what you can do to help prevent its onset.
The subject of the new book, “Finding Gobi: A Little Dog with a Very Big Heart”, this tiny stray kept pace with ultra marathon runner Dion Leonard as he ran through China’s Gobi Desert last June.
Fifty-six men signed the Declaration of Independence, which was adopted on July 4, 1776; here are 27 adoptable animals who share their names with those who signed the document.
Dogs can do many amazing things, but one pooch in Minnesota can paint pictures — not with his paws, but with a brush on canvas; he’s also sold some of his art pieces.
A once-homeless mixed-breed dog who has the appearance of a Pit Bull Terrier with the head of a Dachshund will undergo training to become a therapy dog.
Even with extensive training and specialized breeding, some canines just aren’t able to be guide dogs — but it doesn’t mean they can’t do something else.
American slopestyle skiing silver medalist Gus Kenworthy adopted two dogs at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi; take a look at how the animals are doing today.
Happy reunions, dog abuse, and a cow with an identity crisis are some of the topics covered in our top 10 most popular news story recap. Which events did you find most memorable?
Thanks to a piece on the local news, and an online donation campaign, a 9-year-old former military service dog was able to get an open-heart surgical procedure.
Excalibur, a mixed-breed dog, was euthanized by Spain health authorities after one of his owners contracted the deadly Ebola virus; the animal’s owner speaks out.
Video: What do you get when you cross a Lhasa Apso and Chihuahua? A Lhasa-Chi, but this pooch may be the smallest (and cutest) dog in Britain — take a look.
Pictures of almost a dozen remarkable dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens who were neglected or abused and made remarkable recoveries with before-and-after images.
Video: Amazing footage of a Chiweenie (Chihuahua-Dachshund mix) getting attacked by a coyote, only to be rescued by Happy, a hero Rottweiler — take a look.
Video: 10 motherless baby chicks discover they’ve been adopted by a mutt named Bailey one morning…and no, it probably doesn’t get much cuter than this.
A mutt nicknamed for her sandy-colored coat had eluded capture in the California town of Modesto, until a group of citizens banded together to rescue the homeless pooch.