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Fri, Aug 29, 2014 5:31 PM
Pittsburgh man hopes to raise $50K for children suffering from burns, cleft palate, and other birth defects.
After losing his Great Pyrenees to canine cancer in 2006, Luke Robinson set out to raise awareness about a disease that kills 4 to 6 million dogs each year.
The showrooms of 2 IKEA stores in Singapore currently feature life-sized cardboard cutouts of shelter dogs available for adoption. (Video)
You'll totally wish your cat was as brave and crazy as this heroic feline.
Danny Keefe has a motor disorder that makes it difficult for him to communicate. He also wears a suit and hat to school every day, and those two things often earned him unwanted attention from bullies. (Video)
Canadian restaurant offers couple a $5 discount for dining with their well-mannered child.
Video: A pair of Australian cattle dogs at the Pittsburgh Zoo prove size doesn't matter when it comes to herding.
There are many reasons to protect children from an overload of chemicals. Here's how you can do it and why you should.
Video: Kellar, a springer spaniel who was born blind, doesn't let his disability interfere with important doggy duties like games of fetch.
The findings emphasize the need for women in their second trimester of pregnancy to consider safe driving as part of their prenatal care.
Logan LaPlante knows what he wants to be when he grows up, and he's reinventing his education to make it happen.
A landscape designer creates an urban plan for people like her brother.
Do apps marketed to kids really protect a child's privacy? Find out the answer to that and more from this handy infographic about kids and apps.
A dog's joy is contagious, but when you get a whole pack of dogs together and add in "Happy" then you just can't help but smile and laugh.
In "Wet Dogs," pet photographer Sophie Gamand explores the uncanny, human-like expressions of pooches dunked in water.
The name not making the list? Justin, which has seen its use plummet in recent years.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.