How Benji was found in Romania (Picture: Caters News Agency)The mum-of-three said: ‘Benji is such a happy boy and he’s actually always smiling.
The tar stuck to the puppy’s fur and skin, causing him extreme pain (Picture: SWNS) The dog also developed pneumonia from breathing in toxic fumes (Picture: SWNS) It’s thought the attackers deliberately coated the dog in tar from a nearby building site (Picture: SWNS)A Mayflower spokesman said: ‘Boiling tar has been deliberately thrown at this puppy, we believe acquired from nearby building sites.
Boris was nursed back to good health before being fostered (Picture: Caters)‘He has some issues with his spine from being run over so the charity paid for physiotherapy in Romania before he came back.
Pensioner Dave (played by Dave Johns, from I, Daniel Blake ) is a retired psychiatric nurse, living alone near Hampstead Heath, London, where he regularly walks his gentle, elderly German shepherd Tillie.There are also some well-observed touches, especially concerning the fleeting friendships dog-walkers make with each other and the diversity of London’s population.
Caroline has urged owners to do their homework – as they would before getting any dog (Picture: Caroline Eyles)Lady was fostered the same way and Caroline was able to meet her first before deciding to adopt – while with Cody she had only seen a photograph and description before.
A pregnant dog was abandoned with wire tied around her stomach killing her puppies (Image: PAWS2RESCUE)“Our rescuers saw her running in pain in the fields.“After hours persevering, they were able to catch her and take her to the vet.“What we saw was horrifying, the extent of the cruelness of the human mind to harm any living animal broke our hearts in two.
Her wound was so deep rescuers could see her bone (Picture: SWNS) Her recovery took many months (Picture: SWNS)Although Sabby is still weary of men, the charity said she mixes well with other dogs and loves going out on walks.
The 4cm fragment of tibia bone was unearthed at Fishbourne Roman palace in Chichester, West Sussex in 1964 but was stored in a box at the site until 2017, when Dr Fay Worley, a zooarchaeologist with Historic England, recognised it as belonging to a rabbit.