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Staffordshire Bull Terrier Saves Woman from Fire

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Pam Fardoe originally said no when a friend asked her if she wanted a dog whose owner no longer had time for him. Thankfully, when her friend brought around a sweet Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Pam “took one look at him and said, ‘Oh, go on then!” She kept the dog and named him Dukey.

Cat Convinces Man to Evacuate Ahead of Wildfire

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Mark Burger knew that there were wildfires somewhat close to his store and home in Gatlinburg, TN on Monday, November 28. However, he wasn’t worried because no evacuation alert had been sent to his mobile phone. Fortunately, Tiger, his Siamese cat knew to be worried – and to alert Mark!

Halo Enhances Food for Alberta Pets in Need

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Halo, in partnership with and, recently donated enough mix ‘n mores to the Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Shelter (AARCS) to enhance 188,000 bowls of kibble! Because of the mix ‘n mores, pets at AARCS will find that their bowls not only get a boost in terms of taste and smell, but also a boost of high quality protein.

Hero Cat Saves Trapped Neighbor

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Many cat parents have brushed off their cats’ demands for attention. It’s a good thing that Mary Johnston on Manitoulin Island in Ontario, Canada paid attention

Ohio Shelter Dog Saves Cat

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If two people can’t get along, some might say that they “fight like cats and dogs.” However, animal lovers know that sometimes cats and dogs can be the best of friends. In the case of a cat and dog in Ohio, one was the other’s hero.

Family Dog Saves Boy with Down Syndrome

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The Duffy family in Northern Ireland had to buy their two-year-old dog Teddy a new ID tag after they renamed him “Super Teddy.” What earned her the new name? Twice in as many months, Teddy acted like a hero for the family. Teddy may not be the fastest dog alive or able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, but she is definitely a super dog

Rescued Dog Rescues Owner

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You’ve probably seen the magnets that ask “Who Rescued Who [sic]?” and maybe even have one on your own car. For Eva Hachey in New Brunswick, Canada, that question is more than rhetorical.