If you have lived with a cat we’d like to hear your stories about when you discovered they returned your affection.If so we’d like to hear your stories about the moment you realised your cat really loved you.
While having up-to-date identification tags and microchips are key advances, technology is offering a new approach—a facial recognition app to help recover lost pets. This free app aims to recover lost pets, it’s called Finding Rover.
The family have had him since he was a puppy and said he would ‘never hurt a fly’ (Picture: Supplied) After being returned from police kennels, his tail was missing and he was missing fur from his legs (Picture: Supplied)Mitch was taken from her brother Pawel, 21, as he was walking him close to where they live in Dagenham.
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Los Angeles gives out the “Hero Dog” award every year; however, this year the winner was not a dog at all, reported Barbara Campbell of NPR.Some of us might remember Tara, a Tabby from Bakersfield, CA.
According to James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs, the company ‘Bravo Pet Foods’ is now recalling one of their products due to a possible Salmonella contamination. Limbach reports, Bravo Pet Foods is also recalling 3 other products, however, they did not test positive for Salmonella.
The pet food brand, ‘Stella & Chewy’s,’ is recalling some of their products due to potential listeria contamination. If you are concerned you may have purchased one of the recalled Stella & Chewy’s products, you can look at the lot numbers and UPC codes on the bag.
it was the family’s Staffordshire Bull Terrier, named Stan, whose barks alerted the family of the fire, saving the lives of the two cats trapped inside. He also proved that dog-cat stereotypes are utterly useless. Stan even broke breed stereotypes.
Watch: Amazing dog gleefully leaps into pile of leaves copied! One video shows an adorable corgi on a treadmill getting his cardio on, while his pal is just hanging out. And another video shows a pooch leaping out of a car and charging into a pile of leaves.
If your dog does not follow your empty hand, try luring one more time. Assuming the dog will follow the hand with the treat in it, click and give him the treat lure one more time.