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National Geographic is replaying its episode about Best Friends’ landmark work with Michael Vick’s former fighting dogs.
A federal judge orders Michael Vick to spend 23 months in prison on dog-fighting charges, as Best Friends prepares to welcome many of his victims.
Early results of a groundbreaking study show that the Vicktory dogs are making progress.
The Best Friends medical team keeps watchful eye on the condition of one of the most beloved dogs at the Sanctuary, a former Michael Vick fighting dog.
Vicktory dogs are stars for a day. (Not for being fighters, but for being lovers!)
Vets prescribe R&R as part of the cure for a disease that Lucas picked up before he came to Best Friends.
Far from her former life, Vicktory dog Mya turns out to be a real 'house mother.'
Best Friends horses make a toy donation to the Vicktory dogs!
Leaders in the legal system and animal welfare community review the Michael Vick case to see what worked, what didn’t.