Tyfanee Fortuna, from New Jersey, posted on Facebook about two-year-old Prancer, saying she’d tried to make the dog sound ‘palatable’, but ‘the problem is, he’s just not.’.
Keira Ludlow is thought to have rescued the dog after finding it in a garden (Picture: Keira Ladlow/Facebook)No one else was inside the property at the time of the attack, but neighbours told how they could hear Ms Ludlow screaming and shouting for help.
‘We know, we’re adorable’ (Picture: SWNS) The litter was made up of four black boys, four black girls, three yellow boys and three yellow girls (Picture: SWNS) ‘Did somebody say food?’ (Picture: SWNS) Proud mum Bella endured a seven-hour labour (Picture: SWNS) The owners have a lot on their plate feeding 14 hungry labs (Picture: SWNS)Hazel said: ‘Bella was scanned when she became pregnant but the numbers are never right and we certainly were not expecting 14!
Ben wrote on his Facebook that he’d bought the fake teeth for some ‘quarantine comic relief’ but it seems Thomas decided to provide all the laughs.
Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow posted a heartbreaking video of himself saying goodbye to his beloved dog, Bronco, before putting him down Wednesday night."For so many people, (dogs) are our best friends and they provide so much joy and love," Tebow told last year.
Sarah soon transitioned her dog Brioche onto a plant-based diet (Picture: Sarah E Brioche/ Facebook)Sarah wasn’t aware that dogs could live on vegan foods but began researching when she decided to give up meat and dairy products herself.
Rescue dogs Phoenix and Garvey both have ‘calmed down’ since taking CBD oil (Picture: Facebook)However, there is a huge array of cannabis oil products for human consumption in the UK and people are administering them to their pets – usually without advice from vets.
When we heard about 100 Loyal Faces, a charitable project started by photographer Peta Santoro to support the Soi Dog Foundation, we jumped at the opportunity to raise awareness of her efforts. https://www.facebook.com/The100LoyalFacesProject
Shampoos for oily coats are called sebolytic and clear excess grease.Dry coats need a veterinary moisturising shampoo or a specific veterinary shampoo for the cause of the problem, plus moisturiser.Examination is essential for diagnosis so that the correct shampoo is used.That said, I don’t think your dog will suffer any ill-effects from showering during the hot weather.David Grant MBE was a vet at the RSPCA Harmsworth Hospital for Animals.