Oh no (Picture: SSPCA)Microchips from the poor pup who died matched the chips from the rescued three, and it’s suspected they were abandoned by a dodgy breeder after it was discovered the virus was a risk.
A study by the Royal Veterinary College found that distinctive features of English bulldogs such as their flat faces, protruding lower jaws and folds of skin contribute to them being twice as likely as other breeds to have health problems and substantially shorter lives.
Two young rabbits were found abandoned in a car park in Highbury nine days after Easter last year (Image: RSPCA)“Not just the cost of getting them, but the ongoing costs of caring for them throughout the rest of their lives.
Björn is a Russian Balonka, a rare toy breed (Picture: Johanna Kerwien / SWNS)The couple, who said Björn was like a child to them, travelled to Sweden to pick him up as a puppy and enjoyed two years with him before he was stolen.
They rarely reported what the questions were, but you can guess: “How much love will ever be enough for this dog?”; “How can I tell if my cat’s being sarcastic?” In fact, the most regretted pet was a rabbit.
They found that while many people who bought dogs during Covid did so with the best intentions, the extreme rise in demand has heightened the risk of puppies being sourced from poor welfare environments, bred or raised on puppy farms, or illegally imported.
Don’t be under the impression that you just need to spend on dog food and the time when you buy them.You need to make sure your dog lives in a pet-friendly space in your home.Celeb inspired makeup looks for Raksha Bandhan.
Milo’s new owners did everything they could to save him (Picture: Scottish SPCA / SWNS)But it was later revealed the dog had worms from not being weaned properly.
The nail technician shared a series of exchanges between the seller and herself on Instagram where she also urged followers to do their research before buying puppies online.How Sushi looked when she arrived (Picture: @bysarah____ )Sarah shared the whole ordeal on her Instagram.
The RSPCA and the Dogs Trust have issued new advice to puppy buyers in England, warning them not to buy unless they have visited the dog with its mother in its home.
She was a gift for us all, including my one-year-old daughter Aviana (Picture: Jordan Moore)I still remember the look on my little girl’s face when she first clapped eyes on our beautiful 11-week-old Bernese Mountain Dog puppy, Luna.
Every week a Guardian Money reader submits a question, and it’s up to you to help him or her out – a selection of the best answers will appear in next Saturday’s paper. We’re getting a cockapoo puppy at Christmas (yes, it’s for life).