The only thing scarier for pet owners than a virus that kills their animals is one of unknown origin and cause. That's the reality now as federal investigators are trying to figure out what's killing dogs in the northern parts of the Midwest.
This is one of those moments when I need to remind myself that people are innocent until proven guilty. But, it's hard not to get angry when you see stories about how almost 200 mistreated dogs were just rescued from an Illinois residence.
Let me tell you the story of two Midwestern dogs. One was a Saint Bernard and the other wasn't, but they both wanted to play together. There was a fence between them and something had to be done. New video shows what happened when they were caught red-handed (or is that red-pawed?) after they made a hole in the fence and tried to act innocent.
If you've never been around a rescue animal, sometimes it takes them time before they let their guard down and feel comfortable around you. That's not a problem for Bunny, a Midwest rescue dog who is completely relaxed as a new video share shows.