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A Rough Past

We received a call asking for help with dog that was left tied to a fire hydrant. He was weak from the heat, malnutrition and dehydration.

His ears had been cut multiple times, and he was covered with scars. He had been a fight dog and all the wounds came from the fights…

From Frightened Fighter To Cuddle Bug! »

The Warning Signs Of Abuse

An incident at Baylor University put animal abuse in the spotlight. Help keep an eye out for signs of abuse! »

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3-Legged Pup

When we were looking online and at the local shelter, there weren't many dogs available.

The shelter told us there was a dog available after recent surgery. When they brought him out, we noticed that the surgery was to amputate his leg…

Jessica Gardner, Lynn, MA

Find Out How Baxter Adjusted »

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In Yulin, China, the summer solstice marks their annual dog-eating festival. This cruel and inhumane festival kills an estimated 10,000 dogs per year. Recently, Humane Society International (HSI) sent staff to the city of Yulin in an effort to draw attention to the cruelty and to stand alongside Chinese activists and ordinary animal-loving citizens who care deeply about ending this horrific trade. Despite efforts from activists and Humane Society International alike, the number of dogs killed in the 2015 Yulin dog meat festival remained the same. Sadly, nearly half of the dogs were stolen pets—many of which were still wearing their collars.
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