In terms of doing all you can to make sure your dog is kept cool during the hot weather , Clare adds: ‘Put ice cubes into water bowls , have a paddling pool for them outside in the shade, get a fan for indoors and never ever shut a dog in the car, or a shadeless garden.
Oh no (Picture: SSPCA)Microchips from the poor pup who died matched the chips from the rescued three, and it’s suspected they were abandoned by a dodgy breeder after it was discovered the virus was a risk.
Zoos have been pairing lonely cubs with pups for years, and Daisy isn’t the first dog to come live at the Cincinnati Zoo. Another cheetah, Kris, has grown up with a dog pal called Remus – they met in 2019 and still have play dates together.
It is suggested dogs should be strapped in the back seat so they’re not at risk of being hit by an airbag (Picture: Getty)Choose My Car founder Nick Zapolski said: ‘Having your dog loose in the car can cause both them and you serious harm.
Lorna Winter, director of the UK Dog Behaviour and Training charter, has some top tips to get your dog stop pulling its lead.‘Once your dog consistently walks nicely alongside, you, then you can start to introduce the lead.
Poor Truffle (Picture: RSPCA)A pair of black and tan German Shepherd puppies were found abandoned in a cardboard box on the last day of the Jubilee weekend.Poor Truffle, as RSPCA staff have since nicknamed him, and his sibling were left in a box by the cricket pitch at Seven Kings Park, Ilford.
There’s pea and vanilla or carrot and apple (Picture: Aldi) A cool dude (Picture: Aldi)To mark the new launch, Aldi has partnered with local ice cream vendors across the country to get the frozen goodies to pups.
Jessie was spotted half-way across the country by someone who saw her missing dog appeal (Picture: Triangle News)A woman whose dog was stolen from her as she suffered a heart attack in the street been reunited with the pet after it was spotted half-way across the country four days later.
It happened while the mum and daughter were at a retail park (Picture: BPM Media)A mum and her seven-year-old daughter were rushed to hospital after being mauled by a German Shepherd dog while they were out shopping .
Step away from the slipper, little buddy (Picture: Getty Images)Puppies are pretty synonymous with chewing – between teething, curiosity and a need to expend all that energy, it’s one of their favourite things to do.
My preferred response is the traditional British Paddington hard stare and mutter; my French husband likes to hand out poo bags with steely politeness.“It’s the most passive-aggressive subject in neighbourhood social media,” says a friend, whose local group has been bemoaning a “return to the 80s”, dog poo-wise.
With that being said, it’s also essential to train your little buddy out of that behaviour with time, which is why Lorna Winter, Director of the UK Dog Behaviour and Training Charter and co-founder and head of training at Zigzag, has shared her top tips for teaching puppies how to stop seeing on the floor.
Young Princess Elizabeth with two corgi dogs at her home in July 1936 (Picture: Lisa Sheridan/Getty Images) On the grounds of Windsor Castle (Picture: Getty/Tim Graham Photo Library)While lots of Queen Elizabeth’s pet names have been traditional – such as Monty, Susan and Holly, to Emma, Linnet, Noble, Willow and Heather – there have been a number of wildcards, too.
While not ideal, nipping is very normal puppy behaviour, so don’t be alarmed (Picture: Getty Images)So you’ve got a puppy – congratulations, you’re living the dream.
Handler Adam Walsh said he has ‘never met a dog like Seamus’ and ‘not much fazes him at all’ (Picture: Sky News) Members of the band of Welsh Guards take part in the Queen’s Birthday Parade (Picture: AFP via Getty Images)‘He’s not nervous.