Dogs will try to eat everything and, with the pandemic going on, it was only a matter of time before one decided to turn a face mask into a snack!
It has been a ‘ruff’ year, but the staff at Birmingham Dogs Home have several reasons to smile, having welcomed two litters of puppies during the local lockdown. Both mums and puppies are doing extremely well with one litter being the biggest seen in their history - 16 puppies!
Our puppy has trained us to give him treats for doing something we don’t want him to do! We have taught him to get off the furniture, by saying, “Off” and rewarding him when he gets down. Now he keeps jumping on the sofa, just to make us tell him to get off and reward him! How can we undo this?
If you’re a dog owner who knows the struggle of running out of storage space on their phone because they cannot bring themselves to delete any photos of your dog, you’re not alone!
Dr Jessica May, UK lead vet at the video vet service FirstVet, gives the inside track on how to celebrate Halloween with a dog, while avoiding any potential hazards.
On World Animal Day (4 October) 20 years ago, FOUR PAWS founders Heli Dungler and Josef Pfabigan presented a ’74 retro police bus as the first mobile veterinary clinic. What sounds curious today was then a pilot project of its kind and a pioneer for mobile animal clinics that are now used worldwide.
Six-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier Bonzai has been awarded the Blue Peter badge for his work with children, helping the overcome their fear of dogs - after he overcame his own.