A mum and her daughter, 9, suffered from deep bite wounds during the attack, while her son was bitten on the arm (Picture: Metropolitan Police/SWNS.COM) A mum and her two children were hospitalised after being bitten by a vicious dog during an Easter egg hunt in a park.
As soon as our bouncy Labrador cross Golden Retriever came home with us, he started to make our lives better in ways I could never have imagined (Picture: Naomi Walsh) When the idea of having a medical detection dog coming to live with me and my son, Jamie, was first floated by a teacher, I have to admit – I wasn’t too sure.
If you don’t fancy the marathon distance challenge, you can take your dog and children on the 10k walk (Picture: Getty)As someone who took part in last year’s fundraising trek, Janet Doyle says she highly recommends the experience.
Like any charity, Medical Detection Dogs rely on donations to keep doing their lifesaving work, which is why we’re raising much-needed money for them – but we need your help to do it!
Already signed up to join our 10k Woof and Walk for MDD are singer Alexandra Burke , TV’s Dr Christian Jessen , reality star Pete Wicks and presenter Debbie Flint.singer Alexandra Burke, TV’s Dr Christian Jessen, reality star Pete Wicks and presenter Debbie Flint will be joining our Woof and Walk for MDD.
“While trimming the trees, my dad found himself with a lot of dead branches, and knowing from experience how hard it can be to find a good stick, and that the new dog park was opening soon, he had the idea that he would save them and put them in some kind of box,” Reece told Metro.
(Picture: Rover/Metro.co.uk)For dog-owners, their pup’s happiness is of paramount importance. And now there’s a new and novel way to keep your dog happy – by taking them to a doggy trampolining park. (Picture: Getty)The special doggy park is being launched by dog-walking service Rover.
For one day only, you and your pet will be able to enjoy a three-course meal at this London eatery (Picture: Metro.co.uk)The restaurant in question is Ben’s Canteen in Earlsfield, which has created a bespoke menu just for dogs.
(Picture: Metro.co.uk)If you’re a dog owner, you’ll know that fireworks can be seriously stressful – and bonfire night is probably an annual source of anxiety.