The couple plan to turn their home into a dog-friendly wedding venue for other animal lovers (Picture: Mercury Press).
A momentary distraction from what is likely to be a hugely turbulent week in politics has arrived at Downing Street, in the form of a 15-week-old puppy.The arrival of the dog may come as a shock to 12-year-old Larry, the No 10 cat which has served three prime ministers.
The bride and groom met at the Dogs Trust home where Jack had lived for nine months (Picture: SWNS)‘We had a lovely sentimental day, and Jack played a big part,’ gushed Christopher.
The adorable outfit has a scale-like design, as well as a little fin at the back, turning your pooch into a real life Ariel. The mermaid jacket also features adjustable buckets and a strap at the top so you can help your dog along – or lift them out of the water, if needed.
For four programmes they needed 12 dogs with owners who would still be reliably useless at puppy training at the three-month mark. By the end of training all three puppies have made some progress (for Athena it’s mostly in the weight department; she’s put on another two stone) and their owners have been on a journey.
Nikki Allen began attending Leeds’ games at Elland Road after losing her sight and is aided by her guide dog Rita. This woman’s guide dog going mental for Jack Harrison’s winner @TheSquareBall @NothingButLUFC @LeedsUnitedHQ @PhilHayYEP #lufc — Sean Clare (@Sean__Clare).
Jack Crespo, 68, and wife Maria, 65, along with two neighbours, claim they saw the postal worker kicking little Daisy so hard that they doubt she’ll ever ‘fully recover’.
Chris Packham and co throw down the gauntlet to ITV’s pampered pooch countdown with the first in a new run of the wildlife series, this time from a location in the Cairngorms, where they hope to capture red squirrels and crested tits.
(Picture: Jack Taylor/Getty Images)At just one year and six months old, Rosie is still a puppy at heart. (Picture: Jack Taylor/Getty Images)Bear loves going on runs, so if you’re an active type he’s the dog for you.
While all our customers love their pets like family, Kaitlyn said it’s important to remember that each pet is different, and that you never know who you will be helping when you pick up the phone.
Megyn Kelly TODAY goes inside the security program that’s training dogs to find military-grade explosives and other threats. MSA security chairman Michael O’Neil, as well as Jackpot and Barney, two dogs who graduated from the program, join Megyn to discuss how they’re keeping us safe.