Missguided is selling matching loungewear for you and your dog

Missguided is selling matching loungewear for you and your dog

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.

Put some time aside, there’s a homeware section for cats and dogs on Made

Put some time aside, there’s a homeware section for cats and dogs on Made

You can scroll through dog beds, fancy rose gold food bowls, teepees, containers, storage units and more.Kyali Medium Dog Sofa, natural ash and grey small/medium, £159.Kyali Square Cat Bed, natural ash and grey, £99.

How to choose a pawfect name

How to choose a pawfect name

I am a regular reader of your Pets and Us section and wanted to send a story about my puppy named Johnny, a Pomeranian Spitz.

Storm Gareth: Missing dog winched to safety from Scotland mountain

Storm Gareth: Missing dog winched to safety from Scotland mountain

"To put their winter skills to the test, the two Winchmen were dropped off at a nearby bothy to undertake essential medical training in the snow." The spokesman added: "The remaining helicopter crew flew off to simulate a refuel and as they circled 1000ft up Loch Avon in the Cairngorms, a nearby section of cloud cleared and they happened to spot the dog perched precariously on the ledge.

A Great Dane delivered 19 puppies — see the pics

A Great Dane delivered 19 puppies — see the pics

A 4-year-old Great Dane named Cleo recently gave birth to 19 puppies via cesarean section at Kingman Animal Hospital (KAH) in Arizona. as well as driving from Illinois, Nevada (and) California." Cleo, a 4-year-old Great Dane, gave birth to 19 healthy puppies last Saturday in Kingman, Arizona.

Loving dog tragically KILLED after being abandoned - his crime was being the wrong breed

Loving dog tragically KILLED after being abandoned - his crime was being the wrong breed

The RSPCA today released heart-breaking footage of Bailey playing at a rescue centre shortly before being put to sleep when it criticised to the Government’s decision not to review a controversial section of the Dangerous Dog Act. The video tells how one year old pitbull terrier Bailey, a “playful, happy and friendly dog” when he came into the charity’s care last year through no fault of his own, was doomed.