Naughty beagles destroy £6,200 worth of designer bags, shoes and furniture

Naughty beagles destroy £6,200 worth of designer bags, shoes and furniture

Odette Forbes, 52, named Ron and Reg after the criminal Kray twins (Picture: Simon Jacobs/ Odette Forbes/ Caters News Agency)Two naughty beagles have cost their owners over £6,000 after they destroyed a series of designer handbags and shoes.

Teenager writes a CV to her mum applying for the job of puppy owner

Teenager writes a CV to her mum applying for the job of puppy owner

Kayla and Bandit will be spending Christmas together (Picture: Kayla Severi/Caters News) Just look at that handsome face (Picture: Kayla Severi/Caters News)Kayla said: ‘When she got home, I’d laid out the lollies and my work on the kitchen table, and then I asked her there and then for a puppy.

Balding puppies nursed back to health with specially-made Christmas jumpers

Balding puppies nursed back to health with specially-made Christmas jumpers

They were taken into Millbrook Animal Centre in Chobham, Surrey, where part of their treatment included wearing specially-made Christmas jumpers to keep them warm and cosy after the loss of their fur made them more likely to feel the chill.

Racist woman trained dog to attack Asian shopkeeper

Racist woman trained dog to attack Asian shopkeeper

Sonya Wadsworth was convicted of racial assault, harassment and having a dangerously out of control dog (Picture: Cavendish)A woman screamed racist abuse at a shop worker then set her dog on him after she was accused of stealing sweets.

Mum demands pet owner changes dog's name as she wants it for her child

Mum demands pet owner changes dog's name as she wants it for her child

A mum was so determined that only her child could be called Tillie that she asked a pet owner to rid her dog of the same name (Picture: Ivanko)If you’ve picked out your future children’s names before they’re born, you’re definitely not alone.

Cat who comforted bereaved visitors at crematorium dies - and gets his OWN kitty cremation

Cat who comforted bereaved visitors at crematorium dies - and gets his OWN kitty cremation

ASHLEY the cat was a source of comfort for many bereaved visitors bidding farewell to loved ones at Worthing Crematorium in West Sussex. Ashley the cat (Image: Facebook ) cat (Image: fb)Now the much-loved feline, who wandered the grounds of the Crematorium for 16 years, had his very own kitty cremation after he passed away.

Boy, 7, bursts into tears after being given puppy by grandparents

Boy, 7, bursts into tears after being given puppy by grandparents

Jensen, seven, was emotional meeting the puppy (Picture: Rebecca Sparkle Browne) He made sure to thank his Nana (Picture: Rebecca Sparkle Browne)In a video uploaded to Rebecca’s social media, Jensen can be seen coming home in his school uniform with his mum.

My children have blind parents, but we're still a normal family

My children have blind parents, but we're still a normal family

My world consists of my husband, William, our little boy, Jordan, six, and girl, Nikyta, two and a half, and our two guide dogs (Picture: Hetal Bapodra)As a blind mum I am always being asked ‘how do you manage?’.

Dog owners warned about ‘kissing’ pets on a raw meat diet

Dog owners warned about ‘kissing’ pets on a raw meat diet

Owners who do choose a raw meat diet for their pet should keep products separate from other food and handle them with separate equipment in the kitchen, the researchers advise.

The secret to… helping children cope with the death of a pet

The secret to… helping children cope with the death of a pet

A much loved animal is a member of the family – how the loss is handled will help children deal with their grief The death of a pet can bring you closer, as children realise their parents are also sad.

How could someone dump them? Tiny puppies left in plastic box in layby

How could someone dump them? Tiny puppies left in plastic box in layby

Tiny puppies left in plastic box in layby A LITTER of ten tiny puppies was found dumped in a plastic box on a country road.

What’s good for you isn’t good for your pet

What’s good for you isn’t good for your pet

The harmful chemicals in colours cause a lot of damage to our pet dogs. Pet parents also need to know that most dogs get paranoid when you rub colours on them, since it very often gets into their eyes and nose, making them uncomfortable.