There’s pea and vanilla or carrot and apple (Picture: Aldi) A cool dude (Picture: Aldi)To mark the new launch, Aldi has partnered with local ice cream vendors across the country to get the frozen goodies to pups.
One officer used a branch to break the ice and get to the dog (Picture: Reuters) They managed to clear a path for the pet to swim to safety (Picture: Reuters) The two officers dragged the dog out (Picture: Reuters)Video footage posted by the force and shared online captured the rescue mission in all its glory.
Animals have been hit hard as winter storms continued to wreak havoc across the US and care groups scrambled to respond to calls of abandoned pets in brutal below-freezing temperatures .Authorities across Houston, Texas, along with investigators, have been responding to a number of calls from residents regarding pet dogs and cats struggling on the streets for days without food and frozen water bowls after they were believed to have been left there by owners.
Two-year-old Lucky was rescued by the fire service (Picture: ABC 7) Lucky spent 30 freezing minutes in the icy water (Picture: ABC 7)Rescue swimmers from the fire department were deployed and were able to safely reach the dog in the middle of the lake, reports ABC 7.
It was half covered in snow and (she) said it probably wasn’t going to make it,” says Allison Baker, whose friend had first found the kitten.
On Tuesday, the Animal Clinic of Kalispell in Kalispell, Montana, introduced the world to Fluffy, a longhaired domestic cat, and shared her miraculous story on Facebook. Animal Clinic of Kalispell/Facebook When staff started treatment, Fluffy's body temperature was under 90 degrees.
Scratchy shows joy at being reunited (Image: Twitter/Chris Packham) The operation was carried out by veterinary experts at Optivet Referrals in Havant, Hampshire, close to where the presenter lives in the New Forest with his aged black poodle and the frozen remains of brother Itchy who died two years ago.
A woman has risked her life by jumping into a frozen lake in order to save an elderly man’s drowning dog. The woman jumped in the frozen lake to save the drowning dog (Picture: Hull Daily Mail/MEN Media) The dog apparently shook itself dry of the water and was seemingly unharmed in the incident.
A recent study has raised concerns about the health risks of these raw meat-based diet products as possible sources of some bacterial and parasitic diseases. The recent study in the Veterinary Record analysed 35 commercial frozen raw meat products from eight different brands.