The history-making winner of this year's National Dog Show stops by TODAY

The history-making winner of this year's National Dog Show stops by TODAY

A Scottish deerhound named Claire just made history by becoming the first dog to win the Best in Show title two years in a row at the National Dog Show in Philadelphia.

Labrador almost dies after chewing asthma inhaler and poisoning herself

Labrador almost dies after chewing asthma inhaler and poisoning herself

The next day, Pickle ‘had woken up with her tail wagging and desperate for her breakfast’ (Picture: Caters News)‘They asked me if she had eaten anything toxic as Labradors are typically scavengers, and Pickle is no exception.

Dog mum shares what life is like pampering her 12 miniature dachshunds

Dog mum shares what life is like pampering her 12 miniature dachshunds

Claire with her pooches (Picture: Mercury Press)A woman from Shrewsbury loves her 12 miniature dachshunds so much that she’s spent more than £23,000 on them over the past four years.

Bonfire Night 2021: Soothing music to calm your pets during fireworks

Bonfire Night 2021: Soothing music to calm your pets during fireworks

Claire Haynes, animal behaviourist at national pet charity Blue Cross, agrees that playing calm music can help cover up the sounds of fireworks going off outside.Pets at Home have put together three playlists specifically to help calm your dog down when things beyond your control get loud.

Dog owners warned after puppy nearly died eating pizza 'Even small bits can be dangerous'

Dog owners warned after puppy nearly died eating pizza 'Even small bits can be dangerous'

Little Mabel had to be rushed to the vets for emergency treatment after eating uncooked pizza dough which continued to rise in her stomach.(Image: Gail Chalmers) Mabel's owners Lucy and Claire were testing out their new pizza oven.

I know a dog’s sense of smell can save a life because it happened to me

I know a dog’s sense of smell can save a life because it happened to me

Our idea was that if we could train dogs to sniff out diseases by learning how they smelt, they not only could help with early detection, but also support people who lived with certain illnesses, such as nut allergies and Type 1 diabetes, and let them know if their health was in danger.

Eight dogs pose for a nativity scene to capture ‘the real essence of Christmas’

Eight dogs pose for a nativity scene to capture ‘the real essence of Christmas’

The dogs posed in budget-friendly outfits in Lois’ living room, which the pair transformed into a stable with a borrowed bale of straw (Picture: Kennedy News and Media)Lois and Claire think the photo will remind people of ‘the real essence of Christmas’ – Jesus’s birth.

Woman lives with 27 dogs she saved when nobody else wanted them

Woman lives with 27 dogs she saved when nobody else wanted them

Claire-Louise Nixon, 51, has taken in almost 30 dogs and named them all after celebrities including Elton John and Freddie Mercury (Picture: James Linsell-Clark/ SWNS)An animal-lover adopted 27 sickly and disabled dogs when no one else wanted them.

Dogs With Jobs: Meet the dogs giving chronically ill people back their lives

Dogs With Jobs: Meet the dogs giving chronically ill people back their lives

Stowe still gets plenty of time to play (Picture: Aaron Crowley/) How did Medical Detection Dogs get started? Stowe and Zoe were matched through the Medical Detection Dog charity (Picture: Aaron Crowley/)There are lots of way to get involved.

Desperate dog owner needs £16,000 to save pet’s life

Desperate dog owner needs £16,000 to save pet’s life

Little Barney has just weeks to live if he doesn’t have treatment (Picture: Claire Blake)A pet owner has launched a desperate campaign to save her little dog who needs urgent cancer treatment costing thousands.

Dogs at polling stations are here to warm the hearts of Brexit-tired Brits

Dogs at polling stations are here to warm the hearts of Brexit-tired Brits

Just look at them (Picture: Alamy Live News/ PA)Let’s be honest, everyone’s favourite part of elections is seeing dogs at polling stations. Brits are taking their four-legged friends to vote in the European Parliament elections at polling stations across the UK today.

Cocker spaniel Huey’s love of bubbles keeps him fit

Cocker spaniel Huey’s love of bubbles keeps him fit

Vet Dr Claire Stevens with Huey, a one-year-old cocker spaniel who just loves bubbles. Huey, a one-year-old cocker spaniel, is highly addicted to chasing bubbles and loves to run around on the beach near his home on the Gold Coast.Vet Dr Claire Stevens said she had never seen anything like Huey’s attraction to the transparent soapy spheres before.“All dogs love to chase.