Couple spend £10,000 on hunt for dog who went missing four years ago

Couple spend £10,000 on hunt for dog who went missing four years ago

Since then Dawn Purvis, 46, and her husband Ian, 48, have paid for posters, leaflets and t-shirts with Izzy’s face on them, as well as pet psychologists and mediums.

Roaming eye of the tiger! Mighty big cat on mission to woo tigress at London Zoo

Roaming eye of the tiger! Mighty big cat on mission to woo tigress at London Zoo

Sumatran tigers number as few as 400 in the wild (Image: ZSL London Zoo) Stocktaking figures warn that recent assessments in Myanmar show no breeding animals, although less than 10 per cent of potential tiger territory has been surveyed.

What Can I Give my Dog for Pain: Pain Meds for Dogs

What Can I Give my Dog for Pain: Pain Meds for Dogs

Your veterinarian will conduct a physical exam, share the findings with you and make recommendations for additional testing and/or pain management. Don’t be afraid to ask your veterinarian for pain management options, including natural supplements and/or generic formulations.

Types of Prescription Pet Foods for Dogs and Cats

Types of Prescription Pet Foods for Dogs and Cats

Diet is a huge part of the program, and veterinarians typically recommend prescription foods for pets with kidney disease. Hill’s Prescription Diet k/d Kidney Care Chicken & Vegetable Stew canned cat food provides all of the above as well as omega-3 fatty acids to combat inflammation.

Will you adopt this gorgeous dog who needs daily pedicures?

Will you adopt this gorgeous dog who needs daily pedicures?

(Picture: Dogs Trust/SWNS.COM)Dogs Trust desperately wants someone to give Snow a new home, and will help with future vet bills for her allergy treatment. (Picture: Dogs Trust/SWNS.COM)Staff at Dogs Trust are hoping that when they realise how much Snow loves her daily spa, someone will come forward and adopt her.

Paw outcome? New Zealand council proposes banning all cats

Paw outcome? New Zealand council proposes banning all cats

A regional council in New Zealand has proposed banning all domestic cats in an attempt to protect native animals. The South Island council’s new “pest plan” calls for all domestic cats in the Omaui region to be neutered, microchipped and registered.