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Brits snap more photos of their pets than of their family

Brits snap more photos of their pets than of their family

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!
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Pooches and pumpkins: how to keep your dog safe on Halloween

Pooches and pumpkins: how to keep your dog safe on Halloween

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.
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Lead Training Woes

Lead Training Woes

I’ve tried everything, but my two-year-old Cocker Spaniel goes crazy whenever I attempt to put the lead on her. She tries to bite and dashes around, and it’s a real struggle.
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How a retro police bus became a veterinary clinic for stray animals

How a retro police bus became a veterinary clinic for stray animals

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.
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Canine Cottages looking for doggie critics!

Canine Cottages looking for doggie critics!

Does your dog have what it takes to be a critic? Canine cottages are looking for four-legged reviewers of dog-friendly holidays! Applications are open for the third annual Canine Critics competition.
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Rescue Staffie awarded Blue Peter badge for helping fearful children

Rescue Staffie awarded Blue Peter badge for helping fearful children

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.
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My puppy won’t eat his food!

My puppy won’t eat his food!

"My puppy has gone off his dry food. I have offered him alternatives, which he has eaten, but he won’t eat his puppy food. What should I do?" 

John Burns advises…

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Meet the UK’s naughtiest dogs!

Meet the UK’s naughtiest dogs!

When Gala Bingo challenged Brits to send in pictures of their pets at their naughtiest, they probably did not expect to be quite literally inundated with adorable photos of misbehaving dogs – but that is precisely what happened!
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Gentle giant Yogi saved through complex heart surgery

Gentle giant Yogi saved through complex heart surgery

When the owner of Yogi, a six-year-old St. Bernard from Plymouth, was told her dog needed delicate heart surgery to survive, she feared he wouldn’t make it to his seventh birthday – but after a complex operation and an emergency blood transfusion, Yogi is back home.
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How to spot the signs of post lockdown separation anxiety in dogs

How to spot the signs of post lockdown separation anxiety in dogs

From happily pitter pattering around us while we’re home schooling or working, to excitedly running alongside us on walkies and snuggling up next to us in front of Netflix, our dogs have loved spending so much time with us during lockdown — and the feeling’s mutual.
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Surrey teenager wins RSPCA’s instagram picture award

Surrey teenager wins RSPCA’s instagram picture award

Elizabeth Lee, 13, from New Malden, has won the RSPCA’s Young Photographer Award ‘Instagram Photo Category’ voted by members of the public. The winning shot featured her dog, Lucky the whippet, in a field of purple heather.
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Vets solve mystery of Dachshund’s multiple seizures

Vets solve mystery of Dachshund’s multiple seizures

When Rolo the Dachshund began experiencing bouts of seizures, her owners turned to the neurology team at Davies Veterinary Specialists (Davies) for help.

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