With his teddy bear-like good looks and impeccable bedside manner, Rolo has helped start therapy visits at Southend children’s unit. Wunderdog joins him for walkies
A family of dog lovers took one look at the dog’s picture on the website of Many Tears Rescue. This week, Vimes and his human, Elaine Bostock, cleaned up at Crufts
The question should be “Why wouldn’t you rescue?”, but if you still think buying a puppy is better, here is the case for rescuing a dog
Wunderdog’s walkies correspondents, Jess and Toby, are a remarkable team: not only are they doing 10 hikes for charity in 10 months, Toby is also a certified therapy dog. Here, Jess explains what it takes to qualify (and what’s in it for Toby)
That cool-as-a-cucumber Dalmatian in the middle of Times Square, posing for a glossy magazine, was nearly put down as a puppy. Charlie is deaf, and it took a pretty amazing human to realise that, rescue and train him to be a jet-setting hero. Wunderdog chats to his owner, Colleen Wilson
It’s not the season of love for all creatures: before Christmas, rescue kennels fill up. Wunderdog asked for toy donations and took a little festive spirit to the kennels of All Dogs Matter.
The London dog rescue organisation has built a substantial profile and network over its seven years of saving and rehoming dogs. As every year, the kennels are filling before Christmas, because idiot humans abandon their furry family members.
Dog owners sometimes talk of “the dog that changed everything” for them. Fostering rescue dogs who have been abandoned or abused makes you “the human who changed everything” for that dog. One fosterer tells of her experience