Pedro, a senior Great Dane cross, had been waiting for a new home for 200 days – but no adopters showed interest in him. Finally, his perfect new home was found… only it would require a 270 miles journey in the middle of a lockdown!
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!
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.
A 10-year-old Beagle cross called Duke, who was found as a stray in Guildford in 2016, has been credited with helping his owner hand-rearing a tiny kitten rejected by his mother.
Children are often blissfully unaware of the ugly side of the world. Seven-year old George Jones had no idea there are homeless and mistreated animals in the world – but when he found out, he immediately sprang into action!
Rescued from the greyhound racing industry by Forever Hounds Trust, five-year-old Suzie just had a second stroke of luck: she has been adopted by Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts and his wife Shirley, a Patron and long-time supporter of Forever Hounds Trust.
More than 15,000 people took part to the online poll to choose names for a litter of five puppies that were born at Dogs Trust during the Coronavirus pandemic. Here are the results...
An eight-year old boy from Thackley, Bradford, decided he wanted to do something special during lockdown to help rescue animals in need - and he is now using his artistic skills to raise vital funds.
Dogs Trust is calling for the public to help choose names for a litter of five puppies born in their Glasgow rehoming centre in the midst of the Covid-19 lockdown. The team the centre is launching an online poll to name the puppies...
Dogs Trust is temporarily tweaking its famous slogan to ‘A Dog Is For Life, Not Just For Lockdown’, as it asks the public to weigh up if they are truly "dog ready" before taking the leap and getting a dog.