Parker Rogers of Napa, Calif. was diagnosed with epilepsy when he was nine years old. Over the next few years, his seizures would become so frequent that he could no longer attend public school or hang out with his friends. His parents were beside themselves with worry. Then, a scrawn
When a Virginia middle-school student found himself the victim of bullies, he became depressed and anxious. But the unconditional love of a three-legged dog named Zero changed everything for him. Carson Loveridge had just started Middle School when the bullying began. “I watched
Jody Rose Furrh is a 14-year-old who was born with epilepsy. Because of her uncontrolled seizures and bullies at school, she was homeschooled. But Jody longed to show the world she could overcome her challenges and thanks to a shelter dog named Justice, she’s done that – and more.
A family’s worst nightmare came to an end after their two-year-old son, missing for more than six hours, was found, safe, with his loyal dog by his side. According to WBTV-TV, William Odom, who is almost three, was discovered missing from his Saucier, Miss. home one morning earlier th
Halloween is just around the corner! The decorations are up, the candy is purchased (don’t eat it before the 31st!) the costumes are (hopefully!) planned, what else is there to do? Get your pets ready, of course! If you want to get your pets in on the Halloween fun without dressing th
It’s hard to be a kid who’s allergic to pets. It’s especially hard when you LOVE pets! But one cat-loving kid in Greeley, Colorado has found a way to get his regular feline fix and help cats in need while he’s at it. According to the Denver Post, eight-year-old Cale Martin happily tak
Historically, Pit Bulls were known as “Nanny Dogs,” because they are good with kids and protective of the youngest members of their human families. Two “Nanny Dogs” recently lived up to their nickname by saving two young kids from a venomous snake. According to WFLA-TV, Melissa Butt o
Not many things are as comforting as a therapy dog. But one pup in Greenville, SC brings an extra special aspect to her work visiting sick children at the Shriners Hospital for Children: Harley the yellow lab is blind. “They all feel like if she can do it, I can do it,” Ha
Since she was a toddler, Bella Iarrapino has loved animals – from worms and bees to dogs and cats to the squirrels and rabbits in her yard. Now, the Pittsburgh six-year-old has found lots of ways to help them, too. Bella is Crayons and Collars’ latest Pawsitive Impact Kid.