Meet, 'rent' or adopt a dog through Zoom meetings

Meet, 'rent' or adopt a dog through Zoom meetings

Pedigree's Dogs on Zoom campaign helps shelters like Nashville Humane Association host virtual meet-and-greets with adoptable dogs, and sponsors adoption fees for pets adopted through the program.Michigan Animal Rescue League launched a videoconferencing fundraiser in which people can "rent" an adoptable dog, cat or kitten to appear in Zoom meetings.

Crufts 2020: How do dogs get their pedigree names?

Crufts 2020: How do dogs get their pedigree names?

Annually the prestigious dog show is organised by The Kennel Club, which is also the major body responsible for the naming and registering of pedigree dogs.But for a purebred dog to be considered pedigree, the dog must be registered by an organisation such as The Kennel Club.

Why it's time to stop buying pedigree dogs

Why it's time to stop buying pedigree dogs

As the Kennel Club warns the old English sheepdog faces extinction, consider rehoming if you are looking for a new best friend – whatever its ancestry.

'APPALLING!' Fury at dog-smuggling gangs as UK campaigners issue plea

'APPALLING!' Fury at dog-smuggling gangs as UK campaigners issue plea

Daisy the dachshund's puppy born days after being smuggles into UK (Image: Beth Walsh) The mother dog was seized at a border checkpoint as part of a consignment of pedigree breeds heavily pregnant with lucrative puppies.

Couple shocked when dog goes for a trim and comes back almost bald

Couple shocked when dog goes for a trim and comes back almost bald

(Picture: Hull Daily Mail/MEN Media)A couple who left their pedigree pup with groomers at a pet store were left outraged after returning to find their dog had been stripped of its fur.

Police arrest man on suspicion of stealing pedigree cat

Police arrest man on suspicion of stealing pedigree cat

Mr Muk, a siberian forest cat, was taken from outside his north London home in July The ginger siberian forest cat, Mr Muk, had been missing since he was taken from outside his owner’s home in Islington, north London, on 30 July.

Life as a pariah sees it

Life as a pariah sees it

It bewilders me to see that if dog lovers can shower love and affection on their pedigree pets, then why not on us? It’s been an year since he has gone but I’m still hoping some day Rico will come back to me.