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.
A Bichon Frise/Jack Russell cross called Teddy had to be helped out by both vets and the fire brigade after he got his toes hopelessly stuck into the metal cover of a plughole.
To the surprise of no animal lover ever, research by OnBuy.com found that “73 per cent of people say seeing an animal in a profile picture makes someone instantly more attractive”.
Every year the RSPCA receives hundreds of reports of animals suffering from heat exposure; here are some tips to keep your dog cool, safe and comfortable throughout summer.
A new exhibition opening at Newmarket’s National Horse Racing Museum this summer is sure to appeal to dog lovers. Featuring paintings, photographs, drawings, sculptures, books and more, The Good Companions: The Many Roles of our Canine Friends explores man’s unique relationship with dogs throughout the centuries.
The organisers of the Big Dog Walk series have announced the 2020 Virtual Dog Walk – the World Big Dog Walk Challenge, which will take place across the month of September 2020.
With face masks already mandatory on public transport and soon to be mandatory in shops across the UK, it is important to get dogs used to the sight of people with face covering. This is even more essential when it comes to service dogs, such as guide dogs for the visually impaired.
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!
Whenever I receive post and deliveries, my five-year-old Fox Terrier Timmy goes crazy. He barks, jumps up at the front door, and leaps on to the sofa, then on to the windowsill. His antics are damaging my home and frightening the delivery people. I would really like to stop this behaviour before it escalates further.