Journalist Lucy was the first blind presenter of Radio 1 (Picture: Lucy Edwards)A blind woman recorded herself confronting a waiter after being refused entry with a guide dog.
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It is thought the puppy was snatched from a litter of a stray dog in the neighbourhood, so Saru has now been adopted and is settling well into her new home.
What’s more, dog owners need to know what these actions really mean, because some of these seemingly human-like behaviours are warnings that their pet needs help.Dogs exposing their tummies can mean physical, behavioural, nutritional, or mental health issues (Image: GETTY).
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‘Another question we get asked is whether his tongue dries out – it does.’ (Picture: Jam Press/The Animal Pad)‘He has had additional surgeries to remove more of his teeth in the hopes it would finally kill off the infection, but they didn’t work.
Emergency services at the scene of the attack in Macarthur (Picture: Seven)Dr Kovac does not want existing American Staffordshire bull terriers to be put down.Dr Kovac believes American Staffordshire bull terriers should not be bred in Australia (Picture: Supplied)‘Most of the time they won’t be killers.
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Dr. Gerald Buchoff is a veterinarian in Little Falls, New Jersey, who takes care of animals with holistic medicine and chiropractic treatment.Get the best news, information and inspiration from TODAY, all day long.“I find chiropractic great for not only treatment, but also for prevention,” he added.
Owen Sharp, the chief executive of the Dogs Trust, said: “Following the boom in pet ownership during the pandemic, which saw millions of us delighting in the companionship of a dog, today’s figures have sadly come as no surprise to us.
A RESCUE dog who has been "constantly overlooked" for seven years is keeping his paws crossed for a forever home.Peter, a seven-year-old crossbreed, was rescued when he was a puppy in 2014 from a public shelter in Bosnia where he faced "certain death" by Saving Suffering Strays.
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The huge dog attacked a three-year-old boy in a Stoke park (Picture: Getty/Google)A three-year-old boy was hospitalised after being mauled by an out-of-control French Mastiff.Get your need-to-know latest news, feel-good stories, analysis and more.
Even though she died in 2016 , the golden retriever remains one of the most recognizable symbols of the arduous search and rescue work done by dogs and their human handlers at disaster sites all over the world.Denise Corliss is pictured with her search dog Bretagne at ground zero in New York City in September 2001.
Lily had difficulty breathing and moving, and even had sores on her belly because of how it dragged on the floor as she walked (Picture: RSPCA / SWNS.COM)An over-fed and under-exercised dog who was so chunky she looked like a ‘balloon on legs’ has been rehomed by the RSPCA.