A total of 57 dogs were rescued from a commercial breeding facility in Missouri and transferred to an animal welfare group’s facility in New York on November 11, 2022.
The Los Angeles nonprofit organization Pet Rescue Pilots (PRP) flew 23 senior dogs from overcrowded rural shelters in California to Oregon on November 5, 2022, cooperating with the Grey Muzzle organization. The charity flight, which coincides with November’s National Adopt A Senior Pet Month, was part of the organization’s celebration of reaching the milestone 125th flight and helping 2,500 shelter pets find new homes since their operation began.
A 74-year-old man from Etna, Maine, was rescued by a game warden and his K9 deep in the woods on October 31, 2022, when he was reported missing the day before.
Care to reward your furry pets with treats prepared on a whole new level? Well, a newly opened restaurant in San Francisco serves gourmet-style food exclusively for your furry pets. Opened on September 25, 2022, Dogue is gaining popularity among dog lovers in the city’s trendy Mission District for offering a doggie three-course meal that starts at a whopping $75.
A dog from Cleveland, Texas is recovering after being shot at least 50 times with a pellet gun. The dog, who was named Violet by her rescuers, is recuperating at the Family Animal Hospital of Friendswood after undergoing surgery on her legs.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) honored on October 12, 2022, a three-year-old Catahoula Hound Mix named Clementine as its Dog of the Year. The ASPCA Humane Awards, hosted by WNBC News Anchor Chuck Scarborough this year, is held annually to recognize animal heroes and individuals who have been a source of inspiration or have shown dedication and contribution to animal welfare.
The Seattle dog icon who travels the bus by herself to the dog park has sadly passed. Eclipse, a Black Labrador and Bullmastiff Mix, died in her sleep on October 14, 2022, according to her owner, Jeff Young. Eclipse, who was diagnosed with cancerous tumors, was 10 years old.
When David Espinal was walking his 10-year-old Alaskan Husky in the park near his home in San Jose, California, on the night of October 10, 2022, he never knew it would lead to an emergency situation.
After the search for the World’s Cutest Dog was narrowed down to three finalists in a contest that attracted thousands of applicants, a winner was finally revealed on October 12, 2022. The winner is Gordon, an 11-year-old Shiba Inu survivor of a hit-and-run accident, and he was adopted by Wendy Wickersham and Jim Larson from Arkansas.