Toy poodle dies after being attacked by three dogs in London park

Toy poodle dies after being attacked by three dogs in London park

Anna Guglielmi, 32, was walking her three-year-old dog Ruby in Bartlett Park, Poplar, east London , when they were set upon on August 26.

Pensioner beaten up for throwing dog mess at man who threatened his pet

Pensioner beaten up for throwing dog mess at man who threatened his pet

Ethan Bartlett, 20, said he would hurl the old man’s dog in the canal if it didn’t move (Picture: South Wales Police)A man has been jailed for 14 months for attacking an elderly man who threw a bag of dog mess at him.

Chicago restaurateur uses pandemic downtime to fly dogs and cats to safety

Chicago restaurateur uses pandemic downtime to fly dogs and cats to safety

In 1997, one of the bartenders asked if he wanted to help open a restaurant, and he became a partner in One Off Hospitality Group, which opened the Michelin-starred restaurant Blackbird and eventually 10 other Chicago hot spots, including Avec, The Publican and Big Star.

My dog was one of the loves of my life, and now he’s gone

My dog was one of the loves of my life, and now he’s gone

I cuddled and comforted Bolshy when he first came home (Picture: Jen Barton Packer)We met Bolshy as a tiny puppy, along with his siblings and mum, at his breeders’ house in Essex.It’s also very much what love looks like in my human relationships: with my mother, my husband and my children.

‘Dog Suicide Bridge’: Why do so many pets keep leaping into a Scottish gorge?

‘Dog Suicide Bridge’: Why do so many pets keep leaping into a Scottish gorge?

Mackinnon is sitting huddled in the corner of a cafe with her two children, sipping hot chocolate as she describes the day three years ago when she was walking with her border collie Bonnie on Overtoun Bridge in Dumbarton, Scotland.

ANIMAL CRUELTY: Shock after two dogs left in 'worst state EVER seen'

ANIMAL CRUELTY: Shock after two dogs left in 'worst state EVER seen'

The animal rescuers believe the poor dogs were “probably thrown from a car” and feared they would have to be put down.Robbie Bartington, from the Woodfield Animal Sanctuary, said: We were alerted to the abandoned dogs by a friend, and we hope to give them a home for the rest of their lives, but they were in a horrendous state.“Their hair was matted for about a foot in length, and was so long I don't think a vet's clippers would have worked on them.“Fortunately, some dog-grooming friends of ours have kindly agreed to help them so we can get them into a condition where we can take them to a vet to be seen and get their vaccinations.