Miniature dachshund Gwynnie scooped fifth place after fashioning herself a sleeping bag out of a pillow.Oh Laya (Picture: SO-SURE).Lightning saw his opportunity and took it (Picture: SO-SURE).Naughty Buster (Picture: SO-SURE).
One of the labradors climbed inside the box of toys in the footage released by the rescue centre (Image: Many Tears Animal Rescue)Prospective owners should also be aware that all the dogs need to be vaccinated and wormed.
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.
Over the years, they’ve bred a combination of chocolate, yellow and black Labs and ultimately decided to strategically breed pups to produce a litter of all three.
The 71-year-old man was walking his black and golden labradors on Braithwaite How, in the Lake District, Cumbria on Saturday when he collapsed and lost consciousness.A Keswick MRT spokesperson said: ‘A 71-year-old man was out on his own walking his dogs on Braithwaite How.
Connie after receiving treatment (Picture: Jam Press/White Cross Vets)Due to her lack of owner, Connie’s surgery was predominantly funded by the White Cross clinic’s care fund and North West Labrador Rescue.
(Picture: My Family Vet/Thomas Richmond)A Labrador almost didn’t make it after suffering from a potentially fatal case of heatstroke in cloudy conditions.We went from having a great time playing in the park to suffering from heatstroke in the space of a few minutes.
A DOG who loves to swim just like her Olympic owner by racing in the pool has captured the hearts of Instagram followers.Jane the Labrador swims with her owner US Olympic swimmer Caeleb Dressel (Image: INSTAGRAM @caelebdressel) Love Dogs?.
A CHEEKY Labrador stole the spotlight from a weather reporter as he ran off with her microphone leaving viewers giggling at the lively pooch.(Image: MIR 24) The dog jumped up and stole the journalist's microphone.
The lump started to grow quicker at the start of lockdown (Picture: My Family Vets)* Content warning: graphic images below.Please meet Bouncer, a nine-year-old Labrador retriever who has seen a miraculous recovery following surgery to remove a huge lump from his hind leg.
English cocker spaniels and American cocker spaniels also made small contributions in some dogs.“The thing that we didn’t expect to such a degree was that the Australian labradoodle retains a huge amount of poodle genome and doesn’t retain a lot of the Labrador retriever genome,” she said.
Police shared pictures of the two panting dogs in the car park at the Blackgang Chine theme park on the Isle of Wight on Saturday afternoon where they had been left despite the hot weather.
Ruby the Labrador and the little chicks (Picture: Jadene Maloy/SPLITPICS UK)We’ve seen a lot of unlikely friendships emerge over recent months.Owner Jadene said Ruby even went as far as to get inside the box with the chicks, so they could snuggle up to her for warmth.
‘We know, we’re adorable’ (Picture: SWNS) The litter was made up of four black boys, four black girls, three yellow boys and three yellow girls (Picture: SWNS) ‘Did somebody say food?’ (Picture: SWNS) Proud mum Bella endured a seven-hour labour (Picture: SWNS) The owners have a lot on their plate feeding 14 hungry labs (Picture: SWNS)Hazel said: ‘Bella was scanned when she became pregnant but the numbers are never right and we certainly were not expecting 14!
This week, the American Kennel Club (AKC) released its 2019 registry list, which marked a record-breaking popularity streak for the dog breed.The list also revealed the least-popular dog breed of 2019 - the English foxhound - which placed 193rd.
Dr Laura Playforth, professional standards director for out-of-hours pet care firm Vets Now, said: ‘It’s unclear exactly what causes the toxic effects of raisins but just one can kill a susceptible dog so real caution should be taken with foods, like hot cross buns, that contain them.