Jenny the dog survives being dragged 300m when her lead got attached to a car

Jenny the dog survives being dragged 300m when her lead got attached to a car

(Picture: SWNS) ‘A van driver stopped and directed the traffic, and lots of Ralph Allen pupils, who were amazing and so kind, came over to try to pet Jenny and calm her down.’ Joanna added: ‘A lovely lady, called Shelley, then took us off to Rosemary Lodge Veterinary Hospital down the road to treat her injuries.

Traveling with Dogs: 10 Dogs Who Are Ready to Hit the Road

Traveling with Dogs: 10 Dogs Who Are Ready to Hit the Road

8. Riding in Style Courtesy of littlelunathecavalier/Instagram “Get in the car, hooman; adventures await!” 9. Keep your dog safe during car rides by getting the right supplies, like a seat-belt tether, a dog car seat or a dog carrier that can be securely stowed.

Animal cruelty: Pet snake thrown away like fly-tipped rubbish

Animal cruelty: Pet snake thrown away like fly-tipped rubbish

Animal cruelty: Pet snake thrown away like fly-tipped rubbish COLD-HEARTED reptile collectors left this striking snake to die amid a pile of rubbish because they no longer wanted to keep it as a novelty pet.

Bus driver charges dog for bus ticket - so she takes a seat and enjoys the ride

Bus driver charges dog for bus ticket - so she takes a seat and enjoys the ride

(Picture: Kennedy News)Heidi from Twyncarmel, Merthyr Tydfil, said: ‘When the driver said I needed to pay for a ticket, I just laughed and I thought he was joking.

What to Do If You Find a Lost Dog

What to Do If You Find a Lost Dog

If the dog isn’t injured and you’re comfortable caring for her until you can reunite her with her pet parent, bringing her home with you is certainly an option. “I would recommend keeping the dog away from your own pets for several days to avoid illness or disease,” Jesus says.