Adopt a dog or cat for the 4th of July

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.

by DogTime
June 29th, 2015

Man confronts police over dog shooting

Video — Warning (Adult Language): A man gets a phone call that his dog has been shot and killed, and films confronting the police and discovering his slain best friend.

by DogTime
June 27th, 2014

Buying Is Not Rescue

Some think buying a puppy or kitten from a pet store is the same as rescuing it; it isn’t – in fact, doing so merely perpetuates a cycle of mill breeding and misery.

by Nina Stively
August 5th, 2013

Weimaraner mix rescued after living in field for four years

Ginger, an amber-colored Weimaraner-Labrador Retriever mix, was first spotted in an empty field near the Accra-Fab facility in Liberty Lake, Wash., sometime in 2009. Employees referred to the skittish hound as “tough girl,” never venturing close enough to people to be brought in out of the field she called home, so that field is where […]

by DogTime Staff
August 1st, 2013

Chinese authorities confiscate large dogs, deem them “vicious”

Six-year-old Golden Retriever Dou Dou has become a poster-child of sorts, his photograph plastered on “wanted” flyers that have been distributed all over the Chinese capital city of Beijing.His crime? Standing more than 35 centimeters (13.7 inches) tall, Dou Dou is considered a “large and vicious dog” by the city government, and as such he […]

by DogTime Staff
June 28th, 2013

Bengal and Weimaraner

Bengals are notorious for not backing down, but this feline named Katoocka takes on Willow, a Weimaraner dog that’s six times his size.

by DogTime
May 18th, 2012
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