Older, ailing dogs are often the last to be adopted and the first to be euthanized at a shelter. This spring, non-profit Secondhand Hounds started a hospice program for those otherwise unwanted dogs.
A Minnesota man said it took 15 minutes of CPR to save his dog from a hunter’s trap. Loren Waalkens says his 6-year-old beagle, Frisbee, got caught in a fur trap last fall near Lake City while they were rabbit hunting.
The Twin Cities is home to countless numbers of dogs in numerous breeds. So what are the most popular dogs in the Twin Cities?