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.
Jane lives on a diet of porridge, oatcakes, and cheese (Picture: Katielee Arrowsmith SWNS)‘I refuse to go slogging on through pouring wet rain,’ Jane said.Jane has no plans to stop her annual journey any time soon (Picture: Katielee Arrowsmith SWNS)Campervans on single track roads have also become a more persistent problem.
Charlotte said: ‘Never in a million years did I think she would be able to find her way home’ (Picture: BPM MEDIA)Phil and Charlotte don’t blame the day care for ‘headstrong’ Daisy’s daring escape.
And while our furry buddies need a change of scenery as much as we do, there are a few ways to make road trips with pets safe and fun amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seven-year-old Dou Dou walked 37 miles to be reunited with its owners (Picture: Qianjiang Evening News)A loyal dog which was accidentally left at a petrol station took nearly a month to walk home 37 miles and be reunited with its owners.
‘It’s only about a 15-minute journey but when Brian went to get him out, all that was left was the metal end of the lead,’ said Ms Hillman.Ms Hillman said that although Max was initially a bit queasy when he returned home, he has since returned to his old self.
The pair formed an instant bond while Mark spent four months in a bungalow on the beach on Koh Lanta (Picture: Kaitelee Arrowsmith / )When restrictions lifted and Mark got ready to head back home to Edinburgh, he knew he couldn’t leave without Poppy – so decided to bring her with him, along with three other dogs destined for new homes in England.
Tom met Savannah shortly after he set off (Picture: Tom Turcich / SWNS) He decided to bring her along as a form of protection (Picture: Tom Turcich / SWNS)Savannah is set to be the first dog to ever walk the length of the Americas and Tom hopes she will become the first to walk the world.
So when one sweet pit bull was stolen and found 2,000 miles away from his home, 15 strangers decided to help him get back.
(Picture: STEPHANIE TRAN / CATERS NEWS)A goofy rescue dog who looks like he’s always pulling a silly face is melting hearts online. He was adopted by Stephanie Tran, 28, who fell in love with the special needs dog due to his unusual looks and longing to be loved when she met him in January.
Chewy Customer Service Stories: Meet Taina “I get the same homey experience from the pet store that I do here at Chewy,” Taina says.