A DOG has been waiting for his owner outside a hospital for four months not knowing he has died.There have been other stories of dogs waiting outside hospital doors for their owners to return safely.
Flossie the dog was very pleased to escape from the warren (Picture: SWNS)The incredible moment a dog was reunited with her owner after more than two days buried underground was captured on video.
Two-year-old Olive was visibly excited to see her owners – Jo Belton and her daughter Charlotte (Pictures: Facebook)Adorable footage shows the moment a brave dog was reunited with her owners after being stuck in a mineshaft for four days.
Romy Griffiths, 2, was suddenly attacked by Blizzard, his family’s eight-year-old Staffy cross (Picture: Kennedy)A little boy’s face was ripped to shreds by his pet dog who was supposed to be his ‘best friend’.
Councillor Alison Holmes said offender ‘needs to be caught, prosecuted and made an example of’ (Picture: Facebook)‘However, this is an extreme and vindictive case, involving one dog owner.
At a nearby refugee reception centre in Lodyna just over the Polish border, a young girl arrived with her mother after a long journey from eastern Ukraine and the first thing she did after being given a camp-bed was to feed and cuddle the rats in her pet carrier.
She said the other dog was not on a lead and “bit [Jolene’s] jaw completely off” such that “her face was gone”.The worried owner rushed the 11-month-old Griffon Bruxellois to the vets, who were able to operate on her, but she sadly died the following day.
Jacqueline Durand had her ears, nose and face ripped off on the day before her birthday, leaving nothing but bone behind (Picture: CBS News)A student who was left badly disfigured after a dog attack said she is ready for the world to see her face.
Courtesy Best Friends Animal SocietyThere are two main ways the public can help: by getting pets out of shelters through traditional methods like fostering , adopting, volunteering and donating — and by keeping pets out of shelters in the first place.
The move is aimed at helping people feel more comfortable shopping , as they won’t have to leave their dog outside tied up where they could be at risk, or leave them at home – but not everyone is happy about it, with some even vowing to boycott the store.
"On the day that Jacqueline was going to the home, she was advised by text that the dogs were, as they normally were, out of their crates, with no warning to be extra careful or anything like that," John Durand told TODAY by phone from Coppell, a suburb of Dallas.
Leanne Lindsay, 42, ‘thought 14-month-old Pixie was going to die’ (Picture: Caters News)A puppy’s face was left majorly swollen after a suspected allergic reaction to a cleaning product.Owner Leanne Lindsay, 42, said her 14-month-old French bulldog Pixie started struggling to breathe hours after she used Fabulosa products.
At one point, one of the cows reared up on its hind legs and trampled Janicke’s face (Picture: SWNS) Janicke kept blacking out as she was airlifted to hospital (Picture: SWNS) The veteran had walked the path were she got attacked multiple times (Picture: SWNS)Describing the horrific attack, she said: ‘One of them, the black one, kept raising itself up on its hind legs and then stamping its front legs actually down on me.
A woman whose dogs were stolen has tracked one of them down almost 200 miles away after scouring the internet .Jane Jenkins, a licensed breeder from Swansea in Wales, had her labrador , Arthur, and cocker spaniel, Bandit, stolen from her home at the beginning of this year.
Newt as a puppy (Picture: Liesl Wildhart / SWNS)‘I don’t know why the mother dog bit her puppy, it could have been a horrible accident.Despite his shaky start, Newt lives a beautiful and happy life in the loving care of Liesl and his adopted ‘siblings’ Picasso and Wacku.
The Ackers family paid a huge emotional price when they got Reggie, an adorable fox-red Labrador puppy (Picture: Supplied)However, just three days after they welcomed Reggie into their home, Richard found himself standing in a vet’s examination room being told that the kindest thing they could do for their puppy was to end his life.
Jared posted on Facebook when they had Icky safe and sound, writing: ‘You know it’s going to be an epic trip to Vegas when you get to the airport to check your bags.6lbs over weight, and out pops a chihuahua from your boot!!