Dog rescue videos can give us hope, encourage us to be active in the rescue community, and promote shelter and rescue groups that do great things for animals. We love sharing them. On DogTime, we regularly feature videos from non-profit organizations that actually help dogs in need. Hope for Paws and Animal Aid Unlimited, for […]
Mother’s Day is a special time to honor the great moms out there who go above and beyond to keep their babies safe, happy, and healthy. The mama dogs in these stories have that motherly instinct and will do whatever it takes to protect their youngsters, even if their kids aren’t the same species.
Dogs are there for us without question, and their companionship and love mean everything. That’s why when they need us, we do whatever it takes to help them. Here are seven times humans have gone above and beyond to rescue dogs from danger.
As a dog mom, I want to keep my pups healthy and save money when I can. So, I came up with a super simple, grain-free dog treat recipe full of good nutrients that still tastes great–or so it seems from the puppy dog eyes and drooling while the cookies are cooling.
When you go into icy waters after your dog, you are putting your own life at risk. You are also putting your dog in more danger and endangering the lives of rescuers. Here’s why you should never go into the water after your dog, and what you should do, instead.
Hope For Paws rescuers found a chip on a homeless dog with a badly hurt eye. The owner told them they didn’t want him back because they already got a new dog. Luckily, Pirate the pooch has a new, loving home.
A little dog led the Hope For Paws rescue team on a wild chase and almost got hit by cars several times. Watch the incredible, heart-stopping rescue video and show Hope For Paws some love for the work they do.
On only three legs, this injured dog outran everyone. The poor little guy didn’t realize that these people were going to help him and turn his life around for the better. Thanks, Hope For Paws!
So it’s happy endings for everyone all around! That’s what I like to see.
These heroes faced dangerous conditions to save defenseless dogs, trapped or left behind as people evacuated to escape the storm. Some braved flood waters to bring animals to safety and restored our faith in humanity.
Would you be more likely to adopt a pet if you knew you had the time to make them comfortable and safe in your home?
A firefighter bravely rappelled from a nearby bridge down near the 80-foot-tall Great Falls in the city of Paterson, New Jersey to rescue a stranded dog.
Homeowner, Rosie Kemp and Daughter Laura Young, did not want to interfere in case the mother came in to claim her baby.
Once they get him out of the bushes, his tail doesn’t stop wagging.
Luckily the dogs were all in good shape.
This terrified pup hiding in a parking lot had fleas, ticks, and mange. Now he’s looking happy and healthy, and he’s making new doggy friends!
The life was literally being sucked out of her.
Hope for Paws is still trying to rescue their feral mother. She’s been illuding rescuers for 5 years now but Hope for Paws will continue to try.
The fire department had to come and rescue a Great Dane named Kora from a tree in her backyard. She managed to climb 20 feet off the ground.
Animal control officers responded to a call of a dog running loose and found another pup tethered to a tree unable to reach food or water. The dogs have become best friends at the shelter.
An incredible transformation that will leave you feeling happy to be a supporter of dog rescue work.