My preferred response is the traditional British Paddington hard stare and mutter; my French husband likes to hand out poo bags with steely politeness.“It’s the most passive-aggressive subject in neighbourhood social media,” says a friend, whose local group has been bemoaning a “return to the 80s”, dog poo-wise.
No, you’re crying (Picture: Deadline News)A dog who was mourning the loss of her stillborn puppy has gone on to adopt a litter in need.Earth angel (Picture: Deadline News)‘I knew that the best chance for the puppies would be to give them a proper mum, and it would make Perrie happy.
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.
Ryanair denies boarding to child whose passport is valid for Spain flightYou can rent the French villa in the new Downton Abbey movie - for £19k a nightOwner Mary Meister told reporters Lewis was “spoiled rotten” by Singapore staff who allowed him into the business cabin as an “emotional support animal”.A business class flight from Melbourne to Milan or Rome, via Singapore, with Singapore Airlines typically costs around £5,000 one way, lasting around 23 hours.
JACK RUSSELLS have the longest life expectancy of pet dogs in the UK, while French Bulldogs have the shortest, a new study suggests.According to the research, Border Collies had the second-longest life expectancy at 12.1 years, with Springer Spaniels third on 11.92 years.
Dog thefts hit a record high last year (Image: Getty) Map of dog thefts in UK (Image: Express)Kent Police received 182, Lancashire Constabulary had 116 and South Yorkshire Police had 100.French Bulldogs, which are the second most popular breed in the UK, are one of the most commonly stolen dogs, along with Jack Russell Terriers.
Dog thieves are reportedly targeting bulldogs, as pet thefts have surged (Image: Getty) A total of 215 dogs were stolen in Merseyside between January 2017 and December 2021 (Image: Getty)One incident, which took place in November 2021, saw masked men break into a family home in Fazakerly in Merseyside and steal seven French bulldog puppies.
But the traditional French bulldog isn’t the worst example - vets have warned that these dodgy dog breeders are creating animals with even worse health outcomes.The breeders create unique breeds of dog (Image: Getty).
Flat-faced dogs such as pugs often suffer from a host of health complications (Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto)French bulldogs and pugs could be banned in the UK after a pet charity vowed to fight a ‘vicious cycle of over-breeding’.
The breeder will return to the conflict zone in order to save more animals (Picture: Kennedy News and Media) Olena escaped Ukraine with 20 bemused bulldogs crammed into her car (Picture: Kennedy News and Media)But as fuel prices skyrocket, Olena is struggling to afford both petrol and pet food.
The dognappers scooped Luna up and ran away (Picture: Graham Jones/SWNS) The two men pretended to befriend the dog before unclipping her collar and running away (Picture: Kirsty Groves/SWNS) Luna was found a day later (Picture: Kirsty Groves/SWNS) Police officers rescued Luna in a village eight miles from where she was snatched (Picture: West Mercia Police/SWNS)She said her mother is now a ‘nervous wreck’ and does not want to walk her dog alone anymore.
Footage shows the two dognappers approaching 60-year-old Caroline Busby (Image: Kirsty Groves/ SWNS) Distraught over her missing pooch, Caroline and her family scoured the area after Luna was taken (Image: Kirsty Groves/ SWNS).
Scientists found that several brands contained endangered species but listed only vague ingredients such as “ocean fish”, meaning that consumers are often oblivious.“The majority of pet owners are likely lovers of nature, and we think most would be alarmed to discover that they could be unknowingly contributing to the overfishing of shark populations,” said the study authors, Ben Wainwright and Ian French, of Yale-NUS College, Singapore.
But a dog called Douglas from the south of France is causing ridicule for the rightwing presidential candidate Valérie Pécresse .The dog, which lives in Nice on the Côte d’Azur, was allegedly signed up to vote in the primary race that chose Pécresse as the Les Républicains candidate , according to an investigation by the daily newspaper Libération.
Leanne Lindsay, 42, ‘thought 14-month-old Pixie was going to die’ (Picture: Caters News)A puppy’s face was left majorly swollen after a suspected allergic reaction to a cleaning product.Owner Leanne Lindsay, 42, said her 14-month-old French bulldog Pixie started struggling to breathe hours after she used Fabulosa products.
A new study has revealed the flat-faced breed is more likely to suffer from conditions linked with its defining features,.Narrowed nostrils was the disorder with highest risk in French Bulldogs, with the breed more than 42 times more likely to have the condition, helping explain the high frequency of breathing problems they experience.
Dani and Bruno (Picture: Kennedy News and Media)At first, it seemed like he might be totally fine, as Dani, from Solihull, Birmingham, wasn’t sure which dino toy he’d got his jaws on, and hoped it might be able to ‘pass’ without incident.