The actor worked his magic on "The Late Show" so viewers would adopt these adorable dogs.
"Thought some notification had come in on my husband’s phone but turned out it was the cat snoring."
“If it worked on our tough case, that deserves 5 stars,” one reviewer wrote.
Roger was "too friendly and boisterous" for work in drug detection — but his personality was perfect for a search-and-rescue dog.
“Just met 4 dachshunds in the park called Gary, Steve, Kevin and Dave, and my day improved by approximately 659%”
"having a pet rlly shows u how pure love can be, like me n this lil creature love each other to DEATH and nvr held a conversation."
Amanda Richmond Rogers, a nurse and mother of four, had gone into a river in Alaska trying to rescue one of her dogs after he fell through the ice.
"Rusty, I’ve never known a dog like him," the famed primatologist said, remembering her beloved canine companion.
“Hey, tell your dog I said, ‘woof.’ He’ll know what it means.”
"Once you’ve taken a nap with a dog in the middle of the day, how can you continue to believe in capitalism even a little bit"