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72-Year-Old Woman on How Her Dog Helped Her Survive 9 Days in the Arizona Wilderness: 'She Became My Pathfinder'

72-Year-Old Woman on How Her Dog Helped Her Survive 9 Days in the Arizona Wilderness: 'She Became My Pathfinder'

Originally posted 04/13/2016 04:30PM

Ann Rodgers, the 72-year-old woman who survived 9 days in the Arizona wilderness with no major health issues, says her dog, Queenie, played a big role in her survival.

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Soldier Reunites with Military Dog Months After Both Were Injured in Afghanistan: 'I Think We Make a Pretty Good Team'

Originally posted 03/27/2016 02:35PM

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Meet Klinger, the First-Ever Guide Dog for Visually Impaired Runners

Meet Klinger, the First-Ever Guide Dog for Visually Impaired Runners

Originally posted 08/25/2015 04:00PM

This is Klinger. Klinger is a 2-year-old German shepherd, and he made history Saturday by becoming the first professionally trained and certified guide dog to work with visually impaired professional runners.

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10-Lb. Yorkie Helps Vietnam Vet Fight Off Bear

Originally posted 08/19/2015 03:25PM

Benji the Yorkshire terrier doesn't look like your typical Jean-Claude Van Damme action star, but this pup really knows how to throw his ten pounds around.

On Thursday, Benji's owner, Larry Yepez, was attacked by a black bear outside his Midpines, California, home reports The Washington Post. The 66-year-old man had just stepped out of his house in the early morning when a 200-lb. bear suddenly charged at him. Yepez tried to fight off the animal with a flower pot, but soon the bear was on top of him, biting at his hands, face and arms.

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Service Dog Saves Owner by Calling 911 During Fire

Originally posted 08/12/2015 04:45PM

Yolanda is making all the right calls.

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Baby Elephant Plays with Birds, Is a Great Pitch for a Family Film (VIDEO)

Originally posted 07/30/2015 02:00PM

Hey, check out this baby elephant playing with some birds in South Africa's Kruger National Park. We think you might like it.

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Harley the Hero Pup Takes a Snake Bite for Her Human

Harley the Hero Pup Takes a Snake Bite for Her Human

Originally posted 07/30/2015 01:40PM

Bonnie Robison is a hero to the four-legged set. She has personally fostered and rehomed 16 abandoned dogs, several horses and a miniature pig or two. But on a recent Sunday afternoon, she needed a hero herself – and found one in her 14-lb. miniature pinscher, Harley.

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There May or May Not Be a Lion Roaming Around Milwaukee

Originally posted 07/22/2015 03:00PM

Modern life is full of uncertainties. What happens when we die? Did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone? What happened in the last episode of The Sopranos?

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Polish Fugitive Cow Finally Captured After Two Years on the Run

Polish Fugitive Cow Finally Captured After Two Years on the Run

Originally posted 07/16/2015 11:00AM

Note: Pictures of Matylda are difficult to come by. Pictured above is a cow we believe to be similar to the fugitive.

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Veteran with PTSD Denied Ride on Bus Because of Service Dog

Originally posted 06/29/2015 03:40PM

Daniel Wright, a Purple Heart veteran who served 11 years in the Marines and the Army, was denied a ride on a New Jersey transit bus because of his registered service pit bull, Tank.

Wright suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, not uncommon for a veteran who's served four tours of duty.

"I was just trying to come home from school," Wright told Fox and Friends on Monday, when the driver insisted that dogs weren't allowed on the bus. Wright showed the driver Tank's certified collar and vest – which read "US Army Service Dog" – but the diver slammed the door in his face.

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