Granddad invents adorable moped dog carrier to cheer up Jack Russell

Granddad invents adorable moped dog carrier to cheer up Jack Russell

When Buddy died, Missy became really withdrawn and anxious (Picture: Jam Press)Luckily, Kirsty’s father, Ian, saved the day with an ingenious and adorable invention.

Caught On Camera: Police Save Terrier Dog from Busy Highway

Caught On Camera: Police Save Terrier Dog from Busy Highway

Officers Allen Speed and Paul Garcia temporarily stopped traffic during their rescue, reports Phillip Townsend (WFAA).It wasn’t an easy task considering the dog seemed to be nervous and avoiding the officers, luckily enough, reports Townsend, Garcia happened to have dog treats with him and he used those to lure her to safety.

UK’s ‘unluckiest dog’ finally finds a home after five years at a shelter

UK’s ‘unluckiest dog’ finally finds a home after five years at a shelter

(Picture: EDCH /SWNS.COM)The UK’s ‘unluckiest’ dog has found a new home – after five years at an animal shelter. (Picture: EDCH /SWNS.COM)And now staff, who dubbed Star the UK’s unluckiest dog, said he has found a home with Graeme Webb, a professional photographer from Hawick, Scottish Borders.

Britain’s unluckiest greyhound DESPERATE for a home after seven years without an owner

Britain’s unluckiest greyhound DESPERATE for a home after seven years without an owner

Stevie loves walking in the countryside as well as snoozing (Image: Dogs Trust )Ms Campbell continued: “We will continue to love and look after him until the day comes when he heads off to his forever home.

‘Thinnest dog ever seen’ ate glass and batteries after being left to starve

‘Thinnest dog ever seen’ ate glass and batteries after being left to starve

Poor Eric’s claws had been left uncut for so long they started to curl over (Picture: RSPCA/SWNS) RSPCA inspector Nina Small said Eric was the thinnest dog she had ever seen alive (Picture: RSPCA/SWNS) Inspectors are hunting for Eric’s owners but he has not been microchipped (Picture: RSPCA/SWNS)Luckily Eric is being given round-the-clock care and is on the road to recovery while an investigation is carried out to trace his owners.

Is this be Britain’s unluckiest dog? Pet waiting more than a 1,000 DAYS for new home

Is this be Britain’s unluckiest dog? Pet waiting more than a 1,000 DAYS for new home

Zen is being backed by a Valentine's Day appeal (Image: NAWT) “Either the potential owners have pulled out, or their circumstances have changed and they could no longer give Zen a home.” Despite being feted on social media, coached by top trainers and having sleepovers and days out with animal charity staff, he awaits his forever home.

Swaddled by David Beckham in a £5,000 blanket – does this dog have the dream life?

Swaddled by David Beckham in a £5,000 blanket – does this dog have the dream life?

Meet Olive Beckham, the celebrity dog draped in Louis Vuitton, who might just be the luckiest pet around Swaddled by David Beckham in a £5,000 blanket – does this dog have the dream life?

Britain's UNLUCKIEST dog looking for another new home after latest TRAGIC incident

Britain's UNLUCKIEST dog looking for another new home after latest TRAGIC incident

Sadly, Mr Moffatt died recently and Buddy has boomeranged back to the Dogs Trust West Calder rescue centre, where an appeal is being launched to help him find a new forever home.

Christmas MIRACLE! Britain's UNLUCKIEST dog finally gets a break - 'We are so happy!'

Christmas MIRACLE! Britain's UNLUCKIEST dog finally gets a break - 'We are so happy!'

We’re looking forward to our first Christmas with her.”UK's unluckiest dog Daisy rolling with joy as she gets new home (Image: Battersea Dogs and Cats Home)Sad-eyed Daisy who spent 124 days in care before getting new hone (Image: Battersea Dogs and Cats Home)Daisy’s predicament as a “boomerang dog” – one that has been returned to a rescue centre – highlights the predicament faced by elderly pets coming through Battersea’s gates, with many having to wait far longer to be re-homed than their younger counterparts.Over the past three years, more than 900 dogs aged seven or over have been found new homes by Battersea, with the average stay before being resettled 40 days.

Video captures police officer saving clucking chicken from fire

Video captures police officer saving clucking chicken from fire

Body camera footage released by the Ossining Police Department shows Officer Patrick McGovern, 35, entering a burning shed before discovering a chicken hiding behind some propane tanks. No other animals could be seen in the video, and McGovern says he has no idea why that chicken was there.

Daisy is the the ‘unluckiest rescue dog’ who has spent 100 days at Battersea as no one will adopt her

Daisy is the the ‘unluckiest rescue dog’ who has spent 100 days at Battersea as no one will adopt her

She still loves playing with toys and chasing squirrels (Picture: Battersea Dog and Cats Home)Steve continued: ‘Older dogs, like Daisy, are already house trained and while many still have a lot of get-up-and-go, older dogs need a lot less exercise making them a lot less work for a new owner.

‘Unluckiest rescue dog in the UK’ Unwanted Daisy boomerangs back to pets home

‘Unluckiest rescue dog in the UK’ Unwanted Daisy boomerangs back to pets home

This is the second time that the black mastiff-cross has found herself looking for a family at the famous animal home which has been rescuing pets since 1860 and last year helped 7,000 dogs and cats.

George H.W. Bush’s service dog does a social media takeover

George H.W. Bush’s service dog does a social media takeover

Sully, the new service dog of former President George H.W. Bush, took to Instagram to show off how his new gig is going. He “wrote” in one of his posts that he feels like “the luckiest pupper in the world,” TODAY’s Carson Daly reports for PopStart. Read More

Dog jackets, and more: How to best care for your pets in winter

Dog jackets, and more: How to best care for your pets in winter

Luckily, the quick thinking of her rescuer spared her.Source:SuppliedLike humans, animals can also suffer in the cold without sufficient warmth and protection.Every winter, almost 5600 animals are taken care of by RSPCA NSW.As temperatures start to drop off across the state, RSPCA NSW urges pet owners to consider the effects of the bitter weather on their pets.RSPCA NSW Yagoona Hospital’s managing veterinarian, Dr Christina Zhu, provided five tips to keep pets out of harm’s way this winter.1.