Top 6 Hard-to-believe Headlines of 2014 At Pet Health Network, we see all sorts of animal stories every year. Major actually called 911 multiple times by pawing at McGlade’s iPhone.
The pet food brand, ‘Stella & Chewy’s,’ is recalling some of their products due to potential listeria contamination. If you are concerned you may have purchased one of the recalled Stella & Chewy’s products, you can look at the lot numbers and UPC codes on the bag.
As reported by Claudia Puig, of USA Today, Los Angeles hosted the Internet Cat Video Film Festival this past weekend and showcased 85 cute kitty “meow-vies.” The footage ranged from only a few seconds-long to short films.
it was the family’s Staffordshire Bull Terrier, named Stan, whose barks alerted the family of the fire, saving the lives of the two cats trapped inside. He also proved that dog-cat stereotypes are utterly useless. Stan even broke breed stereotypes.
According to the study, researchers discovered prehistoric dogs and cats had to compete when it came to food and as it turns out, cats were the better predators. While both dogs and cats were natural predators, cats were apparently better at it.
Davern says, “They don’t understand that they’re being little heroes on four feet.” Those little heroes’ names are Riley, Pearl, Tanker, Ruby and Stetson. “It’s amazing how deep a person can be buried and they can still smell them,” says Davern.
Alan Spencer, a 67-year-old man from the United Kingdom, has Lexi, his 18-month-old dog, to thank for saving his life. After Spencer passed out from a pickled onion that got stuck in his windpipe, the devoted Labrador sprung into action and performed a doggy Heimlich maneuver, reports DailyMail.com.
JSonline.com reports that 250 eager fans packed the Miller Park Hot Corner Tuesday, hoping they could take a photograph with the New Milwaukee Brewers' team mascot, Hank. Hank became a local celebrity after the team publicized that they were seeking his owner.
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Picture: News Corp AustraliaSource:SuppliedFROM quarantine to homecoming queen, she’s sad no more.This is the happy ending for Electra, the dog who captured the attention of hearts worldwide.The four-year-old pit bull mix was surrendered to a dog shelter by her family earlier this week.
Picture: RedditSource:RedditPosting photos to Facebook the man, who remains unnamed, wrote: “For those of you who know Bear know that he has a tattoo that was given to him by his previous owners.“It sickens me to know that people actually tattoo their pets.“So tonight, I got his tattoo.”A commenter was quick to point out “that means he is neutered!”Man's tattoo fail after trying to support his dog.
The statistics don’t lie.Brock Champion required seven stitches after being bitten on the face by an american staffordshire terrier cross bull mastif in the Sydney suburb of Blacktown — one of 13,000 people to attend hospital after a dog bite each year.Source:SuppliedAccording to the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, around 13,000 people each year attend hospital emergency departments in Australia for dog bite injuries.
Picture: InstagramSource:SuppliedA WANNABE Instagram star could face criminal proceedings for tattooing her cat to make it as “glamorous” as her.Ukrainian fitness fanatic Elena Ivanickaya sparked outrage after having an image of the winged Egyptian God, Anubis, inked onto her pet Sphynx’s chest.Photos show the bald moggy unconscious as a tattoo artist works on its chest, The Sun reports.Elena Ivanickaya had her cat inked.
Picture: Alex Coppel.Source:News Corp AustraliaThe odds of having a heart attack at all were 11 per cent lower in single dog owners.“A very interesting finding in our study was that dog ownership was especially prominent as a protective factor in persons living alone,” said study author Tove Fall, “which is a group reported previously to be at higher risk of cardiovascular disease and death than those living in a multi-person household.
Start by bending over and picking up your dog poo — known as the “downward dog position” — THEN PUT IT IN A BIN.”Local resident Julie Murden was walking past the sign, took a picture on her phone and posted it on the Dullingham Village Community Group’s Facebook page.“This funny notice has appeared on one of our footpaths.