Dog owners are warned to watch out, as the easing of the lockdown coupled with spells of sunny weather cause large numbers of people to flock to parks and beaches – often leaving behind potentially poisonous litter.
As Pride London was among the many events throughout the country to be cancelled due to Covid-19, Guide Dogs is celebrating Pride Month with a Pride Dogs for Guide Dogs category in their Great Guide Dogs Virtual Dog Show.
Bonnie was hoping for a tuna snack, but what she got was a trip to the vet’s after her tongue got stuck in the tin can. The ten-year-old Staffie cross managed to gain access to the recycling bin, where the empty tin can had been thrown, but her little heist did not end as planned...
Homeowners have two new allies in the fight against the invasive Japanese knotweed: Mick and Mack, a pair of one-year-old Fox Red Labrador Retrievers, are the first dogs in the UK specially trained to detect Japanese knotweed rhizome.
Vet charity PDSA is warning dog owners to avoid throwing sticks after a five-year-old Jack Russell cross called Marley was left with life-threatening injuries during a game of fetch.
As Battersea Dogs and Cats Home launched Rescues to the Rescue, to celebrate "the joy and comfort rescue pets are bringing their owners", well over a thousand people have submitted video clips and pictures of their rescue dogs and cats "brightening up their lockdown lives"...
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.