A dog caused severe damage to its owners' home after accidentally turning the stove on while sniffing around the hob.Video of the accident was shared by the Southern Platte Fire Protection District to warn owners of the risks unattended dogs could cause.
Chubbs, a 15-year-old white and grey tabby, went missing from his home in Weymouth in September 2012 leaving his owner Donna Gallacher distraught.Kelly took Chubbs, now 15 years old, into Rutland Vets who then contacted Ms Gallacher with the news that her beloved pet had been found.
The poor pooch is now hoping to find a place to call home after being taken in by South East Dog Rescue (SEDR).Kymm White, founder of the Kent based non-profit organisation, said: "Buster was a well-loved family member, but the lady caring for him was too poorly to walk him.
A former pet industry worker sparked debate by warning people not to adopt five unexpected dog breeds in a video which amassed seven million views.Many took to the comments to defend their dog breed while others agreed with her controversial opinions.
Thanks to sustained industry efforts, the injury rate in races is under 2% and most are not serious; 9,997 out of every 10,000 greyhounds that run go home safe.
Emily was 'skin and bones' when she was found wandering on her own on a bridle path (Image: RSPCA) Sign up for FREE for latest news plus tips to save money and the environment.
South Korea is the only country in Asia to intensively breed dogs to be eaten But the majority of the South Korean public reject the trade, and activists are working hard to stop it (Picture: Jean Chung) Claire holds Mocha, a UK-bound dog in front of his cage at the Namyangju farm (Picture: Jean Chung)Opinion polls show that 72% of citizens in Yulin don’t regularly eat dog, despite efforts by meat traders to promote it.
Vet nurse Sally Frith, who works at Derby PDSA Pet Hospital, said: ‘Daisy has broken a new record – we couldn’t believe the number of coins she’d managed to eat, especially for such a tiny puppy.
Missy and Lolly desperate to find a retirement home together after months of waiting (Image: HOPE RESCUE) Sign up for FREE for latest news plus tips to save money and the environment.
Two tiny puppies dumped in cardboard box in park during Jubilee in heartbreaking scenes.Truffle is fighting for his life at a veterinary hospital (Image: RSPCA)"He contacted us and went back to the park to check on them but, sadly, the second puppy had already died.
Leon escaped from a checkpoint almost 150 miles into the famous 938-mile Iditarod race on March 13, with initial search efforts by the organisers and team handler Sebastien Dos Santos Borges proving unsuccessful.
Comparing bad dog owners to bad parents, RSPCA vicepresident Chris said dogs should be kept on leads following a spate of horror attacks, including one outside his partner's home.
But in the care of a foster home she has put on weight and her personality is "starting to come through".In a Facebook post, Helping Yorkshire Poundies said: "Sometimes there are just no words.