Locals living in a flat overlooking the train station filmed the dog attacking a man and then being subdued (Pictures: Evening Standard)This is the shocking moment a bystander stepped in to restrain an ‘out of control dog’ after it attacked commuters.
Fire crews from Lymm, Middlewich and Bollington moo-ved them to a secure area until we could get them transported to safety — Lymm Fire Station (@LymmFS)."Fire crews from Lymm, Middlewich and Bollington moo-ved them to a secure area until we could get them transported to safety.".
There’s even an on-site pet daycare (Picture: Chris Winter / Quintain Living)15% of leased homes in this new rental community have pets, which are catered for with dog runs, bark parks, walking and daycare services.
Seven-year-old Dou Dou walked 37 miles to be reunited with its owners (Picture: Qianjiang Evening News)A loyal dog which was accidentally left at a petrol station took nearly a month to walk home 37 miles and be reunited with its owners.
Owner Donna Rennison, from Jarrow, Tyne and Wear, has documented her creative and adorable hand-rearing techniques, which include buying the pups heat pads, building them a feeding station and giving them teddies to cuddle.The puppies’ feeding station (Picture: Caters News Agency)‘The days following we researched a lot on how to hand-rear the puppies from the internet.
The kittens quickly fell in love with their new mum (Picture: Facebook/SunshineDogRescue)Desperate to help the dog through the horrifying ordeal, Anita took to Facebook on a mission to find orphaned puppies who could benefit from Georgia’s love – and her milk, as the pooch was lactating.
Whenever a child or vulnerable person gets lost, usually a search party must start as soon as possible.The owner responded quickly to the Facebook post the police station made about their new visitor.
A photo of two mice squaring up for a brawl over a crumb in a London subway has earned photographer Sam Rowley the 55th Wildlife Photographer of the Year LUMIX People's Choice Award in a competition held by London's Natural History Museum.
The RNLI were on hand to save Duke the Hungarian Vizsla on New Year’s Eve (Picture: RNLI / SWNS)A dog survived with just a broken leg after plummeting from a 65ft cliff edge on New Year’s Eve .
(Picture: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images)There’s no denying that in the midst of a fraught General Election while tensions are running high, the prospect of seeing some good old dogs at polling stations when the public goes to vote this week is a warming thought .
FROM flying in warplanes and surviving POW camps in the Second World War to discovering ancient works of art, saving lives and collecting money for charity, a new book containing extraordinary tails proves once and for all that dogs really are man’s best friend.
People leave food and water for the dog (Picture: Youtube/Nafpaktia News WebTV) He refuses to leave the spot where his owner was killed (Picture: Youtube/Nafpaktia News WebTV) He became known as the Greek Hachiko (Picture: Youtube/Nafpaktia News WebTV)Local people have compared him to Hachiko, the dog which waited for its owner every day at Tokyo’s Shibuya Station after he died in 1925.
Bad boy vs good boy (Picture: Twitter)There might be some very important local elections going on today, but let’s be honest, we only care about adorable dogs at polling stations. The hashtag #DogsAtPollingStations took off again on Twitter, following what has now become a tradition on election days.
A happy side-effect of votes these days is that they also become a time to enjoy some first rate pictures of dogs at polling stations, as many voters take some very, ahem, fetching snaps of their four-legged pals before outside the building where they’re due to vote .
Mudrooms provide a space where dogs can have their paws cleaned and coats toweled dry before being permitted inside the rest of the house. The dog mudroom they are building will feature a large walk-in and an elevated bathing station for their hard-playing dogs Bettie, Teeny, Nelly and Finnegan.