Nikki was not sure whether she would manage to give Scottie all the care he needed.He also always wanted to be petted, so Nikki kept him like her little shadow.From the very beginning, Nikki knew that Scottie was the most determined little kitten.
Instead of giving up on her dream, Hannah decided to try teaching one of her cows to jump over obstacles.As if that weren’t enough, Lilac has also learned to jump over obstacles, managing to make leaps of up to 4 and a half feet: a record for an animal of this size!
Sharing the last years of your life with your 4-legged friend is not an impossible desire; there are people who have had this great fortune and it has made their old age a little sweeter.
It can also be a symptom of poor gut health, so it’s definitely worth getting your dog checked by their vet.It’s vital to think twice and talk to an exotics vet to ensure you can meet all of the health and welfare needs of a reptile before getting one as a pet.
Dog owners issued warning after pet bitten on neck by venomous snake during walk.DOG owners have been issued a warning after a pet was bitten by a venomous snake during a walk.
The woman, who has been identified as Erin Wilson, encountered the mountain lion when she was taking her dog Eva for a stroll near a picnic area along State Route 299 in Trinity County on Monday.
Experts said the survey highlights the knowledge gap among dog owners over what is normal behaviour (Image: GETTY)Some 42 percent said pulling on the lead was an issue for puppies aged six months to one year, while 37 percent said jumping up at strangers.
Yes, flat-nosed breeds are not exactly the picture of health, and yes, people need to stop over-breeding dogs just for trendy looks, but somewhere along the way it feels like the pugs themselves have started to be judged, which is a shame because they’re absolute sweeties.
Custard Cream was in a terrible state with overgrown matted fur (Image: HOPE RESCUE) Rescuers even feared for the life of the pooch and her unborn pup (Image: HOPE RESCUE)Ms Rosser said: “You never know what you’re walking into when you’re asked to come and collect dogs but the conditions we came up against during this rescue were absolutely terrible and unacceptable.
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Walking around the Dallas Farmers Market with the world’s tallest living male dog — a Great Dane named Zeus, according to Guinness World Records — garners a lot of stares, smiles, photo requests and one comment in particular.
Roderick was 'bullied' by another dog in his last home (Image: RSPCA) Sign up for FREE for latest news plus tips to save money and the environment.The one-year-old American Bulldog crossbreed is on the RSPCA's 'special' animals list (Image: RSPCA)Roderick is looking for a new owner who has experience of large dogs.
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Other flat-faced dogs like French bulldogs have surged in popularity (Picture: PA)Pugs were also at higher risk of many other conditions compared to non-pugs, including narrowed nostrils, skinfold infections and obesity.
Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds whose tragic demise shook the world on May 14, had a very loyal dog indeed.As per a police statement, the cricketer star breathed his last “shortly after 11 pm when the car was being driven on Hervey Range Road when it left the roadway and rolled”.
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The puppies were found in Heathervale Recreation Ground in New Haw, Addlestone, last Monday (Image: RSPCA)Ms Kitchin added: “Our centres are full to bursting at the moment and, sadly, we’ve seen an increase in the number of animals coming into our care.