U.S. based French photographer Sophie Gamand is still on the mission to challenge the often negative perception of Pit bulls. Since we covered her project "Flower Power, Pit Bulls Of The Revolution" 1,5 year ago, more than 140 shelter Pit bulls...
Three years ago I adopted two street dogs from a shelter in Thailand. The shelter takes in abused and sick street dogs, also known as "soi", dogs in Thai.
I chose to adopt a senior dog named Por Gair.
Golden Retrievers are awesome. Fluffy bundles of happiness with great personalities meant to be your best friend. The best companions for children, not to mention that the Golden Retriever breed is one of the most popular used for Assistance and Therapy...
Once in a blue moon, a celebrity's Facebook post or tweet can bring tangible real-life results, and that's exactly what Ricky Gervais did when his tweet helped save the lives of hundreds of dogs at a rescue shelter in Romania.
last week a 39 years old Texas women posted a sick post on her account on Facebook asking for someone to come and shoot her 3 – years – old- dog cinnamon saying ” I need someone to come shoot my...
Eugene Bostick, an 80-year-old retiree in Fort Worth, Texas, spends his days operating what just might be the coolest train in the world. His homemade dog train takes rescued strays out for fun rides around the neighborhood and in the surrounding...
These two dogs, found starving in an abandoned building by the Chicago Police Department back in July, underwent a stunning transformation, showing the difference that, love, expert care and the right food can make.
There are small ways to make a difference and this lady from the North Shore in Pittsburgh is the perfect example. The Internet recently saw heartwarming photos of her reading to shelter dogs to make them feel less lonely.
Where there is passion and love, there is always talent. Traer Scott has an abundance of all of these, and a photographic eye for capturing animals that is beyond words. If her pictures of street and shelter dogs don't spur someone...
Stacey Gammon, a shelter animal photographer, has a message behind her adorable pet portraits. She goes beyond capturing their personalities, she captures their spirit and hope for a human companion.