Service dogs are trained to help humans deal with both emotional and physical challenges. They are irreplaceable in their ability to provide safety and comfort to those individuals who need it most. These furry companions have saved countless lives and continue to do incredible things for their humans. Here is a list of some of our favorite stories that prove just how heroic these dogs really are.
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Those of you animal lovers, listen up. Popular Everything is retelling the story about how one man went out of his way to change a horse's life, for the better. You'll be reaching for the tissues after hearing such a touching story!
Popular Everything is taking the time to explore all the weird and wonderful creatures in this world. You may find yourself gasping at some of these supernatural powers we've discovered along the way. After reading this article, you may never look at your pets in the same way again.
Things can get pretty ridiculous when someone has so much money that they don't know what to do with it. The richest of the rich often spend some of their cash on extraordinary pets that have outrageous price-tags. From rare dog breeds to monkeys and tigers, here are the pets that rich people absolutely adore.
The results of an experiment that took almost over two decades to finish show the positive effects that dumping orange peels in nature can have. The difference between the part of the park with the orange peels vs the side without any peels were like black and white. Could these results be applied to helping forest grow in the future?
Activists are looking at up to 60 years in prison for saving a dying piglet from a factory farm. That's longer than most child molesters and rapists face. Is this sentence justified? Read about the insane charges here!
Most customer service teams won't do more than they have to in order to help you out. That is unless you're part of Amazon's CEO Jeff Bezos's customer service team. Richard Gutifield sent one email to the CEO about his stolen pup and, in a few days, Bezos team figured out the mystery. Now that's service!