Why retired military dogs need our support.
From injured and abandoned to having a job and a home, Kiah is a New York success story.
At her In Situ Foundation, Dina Zaphiris trains dogs to detect early-stage cancer from human saliva, urine, plasma and even breath samples.
Today is Veterans Day. And guess what? Dogs have helped in every American war dating back to the Revolutionary War. Some of these dogs need good homes right now!
Bretagne, a search and rescue dog, was one of many helping out after the terror attacks and one of the few remaining today.
Explosive detection dogs are on an unbelievably important mission. Find out how they are trained and which breeds are top candidates for jobs like this.
Do you watch therapy dogs in action and think your own dog could also bring a level of comfort to a human in need? Read on!
In the days after 9/11, in a world of darkness, hundreds of search and rescue dogs offered a bit of hope. Let’s hear it for the canine heroes!
Ever wonder which dog breeds are best suited to various working dog jobs? In this article, I break down the “best of the best,” one by one.
We honor our military on Memorial Day, and this includes canine service members. Let’s hear it for military working dogs, past and present!