The bulldog absolutely loves being out in the water, whether that’s surfing, swimming, or just hanging out at the beach.Rothstein loves to ride the waves (Picture: John Garcia / SWNS.COM)‘We surf around five-days-a-week,’ said John.
The unnamed spaniel’s little adventure ended with it being reunited with its owner (Picture: Daily Post Wales/RNLI)A swimming dog had to be rescued by a lifeboat after chasing a flock of gulls out to sea this morning.
It is understood officers had to smash a window to save the dogs from the sweltering vehicle, which had parked up near Looe Beach on Saturday.A local man, who shared an image of the scene on social media, said the dogs had been left in the car unattended for ‘over two hours’.
The pair formed an instant bond while Mark spent four months in a bungalow on the beach on Koh Lanta (Picture: Kaitelee Arrowsmith / )When restrictions lifted and Mark got ready to head back home to Edinburgh, he knew he couldn’t leave without Poppy – so decided to bring her with him, along with three other dogs destined for new homes in England.
Fliss hopes that when people spot Molly hard at work, they’ll think twice about littering (Picture: Fliss Cater / SWNS).Good girl, Molly (Picture: Fliss Cater / SWNS)‘We want to get people involved or at least make them think twice before disposing of their litter so carelessly.
"I was changing the brakes on my wife's car and had my 40-year-old parrot, Rambo, on his outside perch where he sings and talks,” the man explained to the deputies, according to a post on the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page.
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.
Graziella with her dog, Lola, before she was dyed (Picture: Graziella Puleo)A woman has criticised a grooming salon in Lake Worth Beach, Florida, for dyeing her dog’s eyebrows green.
A beach-goer sits with his dogs as he enjoys the sunshine by the sea in Camber Sands in Sussex (Picture AFP/Getty)The laws banning dogs were introduced on the beaches Porthgwidden, Porthminster, Porthmeor and Carbis Bay seven years ago by the town council.
A pal checks in on the exhausted dog to see if she’s okay (Picture: KHAP.The Mega Agency)If you need some more pictures of dogs with their tongues hanging out to get you through the rest of the week, then take a look at Elmer the eight-year-old Bernese mountain dog.
These dogs got into the spirit with a range of great costumes at the annual event in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.
Using the same oxygen equipment used for humans, the rescue team quickly went to help the dog by providing a human rescue mask. To learn more about water safety for dogs, click here >>
"We've had dogs swallowing stones before but usually one or two, three at a push - 206 is unheard of."You'd think as a 12-year-old he'd know better."We really thought the worst when we saw the X-ray - how are we going to get all these out?"How much damage has already been done?"But we're delighted he's made a full recovery, he's really very lucky to be alive."