The rescue received 297 applications for Jack’s adoption from across the U.S. Nicole Briggs, 38, president of the rescue, said it took some time to find his new home because, like with all their adoptions, there is a rigorous approval process.
Zoe Raw, from Somerset, was left utterly confused when she couldn’t see her adorable dachshund puppies.The 39-year-old soon realised that her spotted brown pups had perfectly blended into her ‘outdated’ 80s carpet.
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Pernod loves it so much, they have to eventually encourage her to stop before she damages the carpet or exhausts herself – but it has provided them all with a laugh through the pandemic.
Ducky and bunches (Picture: Caters News Agency)‘He loves it and is so pampered that he has a bigger wardrobe than myself and my husband, Mike, 33, combined.Ducky in sunglasses (Picture: Caters News Agency)‘Ducky loves wearing clothes and accessories, he’ll even sit still with a pair of glasses on.
He does look quite stylish… (Picture: Pet Masks / SWNS)The World Health Organisation initially suggested that canines could not contract COVID-19, but on March 19 the Hong Kong government released a statement saying that two dogs had tested positive.
Frankie Tipton with Victoria and his previous guide dog Bentley (Picture: Thames Water / SWNS)But the news that’s definitely good is that the dog has now found a loving home where she doesn’t need to stress about doing a job that wasn’t right for her.
The cottagecore rattan is very on-trend (Picture: Time4Sleep)Research from Sainsbury’s Bank recently revealed that almost a quarter of UK adults (24%) have welcomed a new pet into their home since March 2020, or are planning to do so before Easter 2021.
How cute (Picture: Jam Press)When Catarina Carvalho, 24, brought home her puppy Tsuki, she quickly fell in love.When Tsuki first came home (Picture: Catarina Carvalho/ Jam Press)‘She is starting to get more affectionate as she is growing up but still likes to have her space.
A dog groomer has given her poodle a very festive makeover, in the form of a dye job that looks like Buddy the Elf. Nicole Beckman, 28, used non-toxic dyes to decorate 10-year-old poodle, Ira, in honour of Christmas.
Tilly has recovered against all odds (Picture: Caters News Agency)An sweet Jack Russell dog has defied the offs, after being given less than a week to live – and still being alive and kicking over a year later.
Cut each end off the sock (Picture: Caitlin Miller)It’s the time of the year where you start hearing the unmistakable pop of fireworks as soon as the sun goes down.17-year-old Caitlin Miller from South Shields, shared her hack for helping calm her dog this week on Facebook.