When Livesey learned the deaf cattle dog needed a new home, he drove with Bella and Bolt to meet her in New Mexico on leap day earlier this year.
Proof that puppies make everything better (Picture: Amber Rees / SWNS) Cali’s surviving pups (Picture: Amber Rees / SWNS)‘She calmed down a bit after the first 12 so we rushed her to the vet.
Bruce was emaciated and near death when he was found (Picture: SWNS) An MRI scan showed his skull was shattered and he couldn’t open his jaw (Picture: SWNS) It has been a long road to recovery for Bruce (Picture: SWNS)‘I fell in love with him because he has the sweetest temperament and never grumbled when he was being treated even though he was in terrible pain,’ said Ms Coleman.
Zippy the cockapoo lost use of his back legs after jumping off a sofa and slipping a disc (Picture: CATERS NEWS AGENCY)Jean, a part time lecturer, said: ‘It’s amazing to watch Zippy on his roller-skates and finally get some independence back.
After a busy day of painting (Picture: Animal Welfare League of Alexandria)Rico the dog is quite the artist.We want all of them (Picture: Animal Welfare League of Alexandria)He loves being active and recently enjoyed a field trip to Alexandria’s Old Town.
Ahead of the big event, Sainsbury’s has just launched its Tu range of Christmas jumpers for dogs , and the designs are adorable.It’s pretty affordable too, so you could get more than one design – £14 for jumpers and £12 for the coats, with the range available in-store and online.
Because your pet deserves a treat (Picture: Cheshire & Wain/Rachel Oates)Not sure what to get your furry friend this year?The Merchant’s Tail in Hackney was launched by pet labels Cheshire & Wain and Fetch & Follow, and will feature both festive experiences and shopping opportunities for animal lovers.
He has been nicknamed a ‘unicorn puppy’ (Picture: MEGA) Vets say he is perfectly healthy (Picture: MEGA)Vets said the puppy has a clean bill of health, but Ms Steffen doesn’t want to adopt him out until they know whether his ‘unicorn horn’ will become an issue.
When cats feel threatened, they place their tail low on the ground.If you see a cat looking wary with the tail in this position, understand that this can quickly progress from uncertainty to aggression.
Pluto now follows a vegetarian (Picture: PA Real Life)Like most dogs, Pluto the golden retriever used to love meat.Pluto home after the operation (Picture: PA Real Life/Vets Now)Programme manager Robin, who lives in Maidenhead, Berkshire, with his wife Tanya, 46, a childminder, said: ‘Pluto has become a vegetarian now.
You can scroll through dog beds, fancy rose gold food bowls, teepees, containers, storage units and more.Kyali Medium Dog Sofa, natural ash and grey small/medium, £159.Kyali Square Cat Bed, natural ash and grey, £99.
All arranged by volunteers, Pilots and Paws help abandoned dogs from shelters where they would have been euthanized and fly them to new loving homes.Maybe they’re going to a home or to a shelter.” There are now up to 4,000 volunteer pilots helping out with this amazing organization.
Sangha, the Tailster chief executive, said said the company was aiming to consolidate a fragmented market: “Not only do the team at Pets at Home share our vision about how we can bring our services to UK pet owners and drive the growth of our business, but they also share many of our values of putting pets first, and the customer at the heart of what we do.”.
The family have had him since he was a puppy and said he would ‘never hurt a fly’ (Picture: Supplied) After being returned from police kennels, his tail was missing and he was missing fur from his legs (Picture: Supplied)Mitch was taken from her brother Pawel, 21, as he was walking him close to where they live in Dagenham.
Oh, look at that cute little llama (Picture: Kmart)A llama is causing some drama thanks to its ‘rude’ design. Kmart is selling a dog toy – we repeat, a toy for dogs, who we doubt appreciate the rudeness of any design – which is made to look like a fluffy little llama.
The next day a woman called police to report seeing a man swinging a cat by its tail against a garage in the Philadelphia Lane area, before running off with the animal towards Pengrove Road. Lottie Sparkes, head nurse at Taverham Vets which treated two of the cats mutilated in the attacks, described their injuries as "horrific".
“Some owners insist their cats can recognise their own names and words related to food.”. The team therefore proposed that cats may be able to discriminate between different words, particularly their own names.