Jack is protective warns other cats and dogs away from bothering Pumpkin too, as Ana says he ‘feels a responsibility to look after her like a brother does with a sister’.
“He just wanted to get out and work so bad and obviously you can’t explain to a guide dog what a pandemic is,” says Molly Burke, a YouTuber, about her dog Gallop in a December video that has been viewed more than 900,000 times.
Frankie Tipton with Victoria and his previous guide dog Bentley (Picture: Thames Water / SWNS)But the news that’s definitely good is that the dog has now found a loving home where she doesn’t need to stress about doing a job that wasn’t right for her.
The programme was the idea of Helena Rochester and Sophia Slater (Picture: BBC)The organiser of the petition has also expressed their concern that people who watch the show may ‘see it as a “how-to-guide” to buy dogs solely for the purpose of breeding and making money’.
Keith Valentine, pictured with Dottie the assistance dog, says he was ‘extremely shaken’ by the ordeal (Picture: Triangle News) A blind customer said he was ‘kicked out’ of a Wetherspoons pub for bringing his guide dog with him.
Maple is ‘ball obsessed’ and is proving very enthusiastic during her training (Picture: Lenscraft Photography) Life as a guide dog didn’t work out for Spencer, but now he is retraining to detect Covid-19 instead (Picture: Guide Dogs) It is hoped the elite canine team will be able to pick up coronavirus in a fast and non-invasive way (Picture: Guide Dogs).
But the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) states that ‘allergies are not valid reasons for denying access or refusing service to guide dog owners and other assistance dogs’.
Thus, SpareRoom has created the meditation video not only to raise awareness of just how few tenants are allowed pets, but to help those who can’t have a dog of their own momentarily enjoy the soothing effects of a furry friend.
She’s now in a foster home (Picture: Mayhew)Dora has now been placed in foster care with Sue, a member of Mayhew’s reception team who can help to keep Dora feeling comfortable while also guiding her through house-training and grooming, all at the dog’s pace to prevent her becoming overwhelmed.
A bulldog and a young, blind collie have struck up an unlikely friendship after the gentle giant took it upon herself to act as the pup’s guide dog (Picture: SWNS)Ready for a sweet tale of friendship in unlikely circumstances?
From doggie jumpers to hoodies and T-shirts, Missguided can turn your pet into the most extra pooch around.If you don’t care about matching but still want to see your beloved pet in cute lil garms, then Missguided has a doggie clothing section you might enjoy.
He wears this bandana, which makes people think he HELPS the blind (Picture: Melanie Jackson / SWNS.COM)53-year-old Mel says: ‘If you can imagine a migraine and times it by a hundred – that was the pain he was in.
After being challenged by M&S five times now, he says he might have to launch legal action against the chain (Picture: John Dickinson-Lilley)He was waiting in the queue when a member of staff spotted eight-year-old Brett, and said ‘You’re not allowed that in the store’.
We’ve rounded up a list of some of best products in 2019 – from new beds to cool outfits , here’s the ultimate gift guide for pooches.(Picture: Popetpop)Finally, no Christmas list for dogs is complete without the most obvious gift of all: a toy.
A white knit for you…(Picture: Missguided) …and your dog (Picture: Missguided)According to the brand, the smaller jumpers are designed to fit dogs like chihuahuas, mini dachshunds and Yorkshire terriers.Missguided has also released a selection of festive jumpers for dogs, including a Christmas pudding design and an adorable reindeer knit.
The frail dog that was rescued in the Bahamas last month after spending three weeks trapped under rubble in the wake of Hurricane Dorian is making an inspiring recovery from a host of ailments under the guidance of Florida's Big Dog Ranch Rescue.
Amit says it would be obvious if service animals didn’t want to do their work (Picture: Dr Amit Patel)In November animal welfare campaigner Wendy Turner-Webster told Good Morning Britain she believes using guide dogs is ‘unethical’ as they cannot consent.