The hungry puppy called Jimmy gave his owner a fright when he devoured the Apple AirPods which were charging in their case.Susana Jauregui, who is senior vet at Vets Now in Hull, said: “Our vet on duty that evening, Steven, X-rayed Jimmy and the radiograph images clearly showed the AirPods case still intact in his digestive system.
Toby the Boston Terrier has attracted millions of fans after a sweet video of him went viral on TikTok. In the video, Toby can be seen eagerly waiting by his bowl ready to be fed, but his owner pretends to put him on a diet and puts a measly amount of dog food in front of him.
TEN lucky people will be paid to look at pictures of dogs to test whether they can alleviate stress levels.Each candidate will be paid £20 an hour to wear a heart rate monitor and look at pictures of dogs as they go about their day, except taking hourly breaks to look at a series of pre-prepared dog images.
PDSA Senior Vet Soo Ming Teoh, said: ‘We estimated that Bailey had eaten about half an Easter egg, which is an extremely dangerous amount for a dog of his very small size, therefore we knew he was at risk of serious disturbances to his heart rhythm or even seizures.
Vets are warning of a possible link between a new variant of coronavirus and heart problems in cats and dogs after a increase in pets presenting with myocarditis at a specialist veterinary hospital in Buckinghamshire during the pandemic’s second wave.
Greg Murray, author/photographer of "Peanut Butter Puppies," is a pit bull advocate who also created the book "Pit Bull Heroes: 49 Underdogs with Resilience & Heart.
All 20 dogs were flown to Miami, Florida from Beijing, China (Picture: Golden Rescue South Florida/) The dogs were welcomed home by their new owners on Sunday (Picture: Golden Rescue South Florida/)She said: ‘It’s estimated alone that about 10 million dogs are slaughtered for the dog meat trade each year.
Linda loves dressing her pooches up every day (Picture: Caters)Parents might be getting Elf on the Shelf to pose in all sorts of ways in the build up to Christmas but one woman has adapted the trend for her dogs .
The dalmatian was originally adopted as just a family pet, but is now training to become an assistance dog for the family’s youngest son (Picture: @rorschachthedalmatian/Mercury Press)‘When he was five weeks old, I planned a surprise visit for Rick to meet him.
We do love our dogs (Picture: Getty)Canine Cottages also tracked the owners’ heart rates to see how much this compares with that of their pet, and discovered their heart rate increased by 10% on average when they saw their dog after being away from them for a period of time.
Diagnosis: Since the signs of disease are not always seen clearly, the veterinarian might recommend some preventive care testing so as to be sure of the symptoms.Giving a glimpse of her new book 'Joy at Work', tidying expert Marie Kondo shared some of her personal tips on 'How to Work From Home.
Lewis shared a series of pictures of Coco looking happy with her tongue hanging out, as well as one where the pooch looked hilariously grumpy with a pair of bunny ears affixed to her head.
The dogs met their new owners when they arrived at the airport (Picture: Madeleine Poolman)An animal charity has just saved the lives of 25 dogs .Avoiding slobbery dog kisses – another use for face masks (Picture: Madeleine Poolman)If you fancy adopting a dog of your own, you can visit the animal charity’s website.
-Decrease in appetite: If your pet suddenly loses interest in food or stops eating altogether, it could be due to stress or underlying health conditions.-Isolation and hiding: If your pet is constantly isolating him/herself from other pets or people, s/he is depressed.is a sign of a stressed or sick pet.
Nugget is dropping off letters from Ava’s next door neighbour (Picture: Sarah Jayne)The coronavirus pandemic has revealed heroes across the world – like the woman in self-isolation who leaves packed lunches outside her house for strangers or the woman who gets her entire neighbourhood to sing for her fiancé’s 30th birthday .
Hai Anh and Tuan tell us that Dúi, who is two and a half months old, is actually a mix of a dog breed native to Vietnam with a short-legged dog called Dingo.
A dog owner is so grateful to a veterinary school for saving his pet's life that he is thanking them with a £4.6m ($6m) Super Bowl advert.