Two dogs tie the knot in a wedding ceremony at a care home

Two dogs tie the knot in a wedding ceremony at a care home

(Picture: Ethan Allen Residence/SWNS.COM)Boy wore a collar and bow tie and ate dog treats during the vows as 80 guests, most of whom were residents at the home, cheered them on.

Very good dog reads with pupils and has his own school uniform and backpack

Very good dog reads with pupils and has his own school uniform and backpack

Russell the Dog, 13, listening to school children read at Coalsnaughton Primary School (Picture: Katielee Arrowsmith SWNS.com)An adorable dog loves helping primary school pupils to read, and even has his own school uniform and backpack.

A TV Channel for Dogs -- Yes, Really -- Just Got Some Wagging Validation

A TV Channel for Dogs -- Yes, Really -- Just Got Some Wagging Validation

“After finishing three years [of research], we felt confident that we knew what dogs need, what they like, that we could create content,” Levi says.

‘Natural substances’ and a natural woman | Brief letters

‘Natural substances’ and a natural woman | Brief letters

• Our springer spaniel, Roxy, also causes amusement on her visits to the vet (Letters, 17 August). • Join the debate – email guardian.letters@theguardian.com • Read more Guardian letters – click here to visit gu.com/letters

Research points before you consider adopting pets

Willingness to commit and adjust, the size of your home, the kind of weather you have where you stay, are some of the points you need to think about, say experts. So, make sure everyone at home is okay with the new adoption.

Wine for your cat: Pinot Meow is non-alcoholic but contains catnip

Wine for your cat: Pinot Meow is non-alcoholic but contains catnip

#catwine #pinotmeow #apollopeak #catsofinstagram #wakeup #winetime #beets #catnip #dogwine #sundayfunday #sundaymorning #catlover #catlovers A post shared by Apollo Peak® Pet Beverages (@apollopeak) on Apr 2, 2017 at 6:44am PDT The founders behind the all-natural beverages, which are made from water, beetroot, catnip, herbs and ascorbic acid allegedly provide vitamin C, fibre, potassium, magnesium and iron to your felines and canines.