Melissa Baylis, 17, claims a woman sent her a Facebook message calling her ‘irresponsible’ for letting nine-week-old dog Nelly go missing.The family had only owned Nelly for a week when she vanished (Picture: Instagram/Melissa Baylis)As seen by the Manchester Evening News, it read: ‘I believe you have lost your puppy.
The golden retriever loves her special bed (Picture: Melissa Belanger) Rikka is now 16 months old (Picture: Melissa Belanger)‘Rikka is the smartest, sweetest, most wonderful puppy I have ever had the honour to adopt,’ Melissa, 41, who lives with her partner in Quebec, tells .
Meanwhile, Melissa and Darren are offering £2000 each for the safe return of chocolate-coloured cocker spaniel Annie, and grey and white cockapoo Betsy, to their home in Chippenham, near Newmarket.
Melissa Sinclair is calling for a ban on the publuc sale of fireworks after her dog lost the feeling in her legs due to violent shakes (Picture: Melissa Sinclair)New Year’s Eve fireworks caused a dog to shake so violently with fear that she can no longer walk.
Look at that face (Picture: @pigletpuppy/Instagram)Melissa explained to People why she chose to give him a forever home: ‘It was quite a decision to make.All grown up (Picture: @pigletpuppy/Instagram)Not only does he entertain his humans, Piglet has been doing a lot of good work.