A DOG's wagging tail is not always a sign that the pup is happy, as most people think, but it could indicate other emotions too, according to a veterinary expert.
An expert has revealed the key to knowing your dog's thoughts (Image: Getty) One way to show dogs you love them is to spend time with them (Image: Getty)However, if they choose to come to you and snuggle into you, it’s likely that they trust you as a member of their family.
Rocky with Melody (20 months, left) Elsie (three, middle) and Joe (five, right) (Picture: Triangle News) Rocky’s recovery has astounded vets (Picture: Triangle News)Matthew explained: ‘He likes messing about with the younger ones – he sees himself as one of them.
Winter, the dolphin who starred in the "Dolphin Tale" films, died on Thursday night, according to The Clearwater Marine Aquarium.He worked with Dan Strzempka, the area clinic manager, to develop a prosthetic tail that Winter could use some of the time.
It’s a Saturday morning and I’m crammed into a small changing room, attempting to try on a new pair of trousers.
What’s more, dog owners need to know what these actions really mean, because some of these seemingly human-like behaviours are warnings that their pet needs help.Dogs exposing their tummies can mean physical, behavioural, nutritional, or mental health issues (Image: GETTY).
When the oldest one surfaces at about midday, I am still sitting in a chair watching the cat on the sofa.“The cat’s not well,” I say.“Isn’t he?” the oldest says.“Dad thinks he’s about to check out,” my wife says from the doorway, being unnecessarily faithful to my phrasing.“So take him to the vet,” the oldest one says.
Adorable Chanel No 5 is a social media sensation (Picture: @norcal_bullybreed_rescue /TikTok)A puppy has stolen the hearts of social media users after being born with a fifth leg.Under the name @norcal_bullybreed_rescue , the carer has been sharing Chanel’s updates on TikTok to the delight of viewers.
After a period of what looked like “terminal decline”, said Peter Pritchard, the company’s chief executive, fish-keeping was increasing for the first time since he joined a decade ago.
Meet Bambi, the ‘mermaid puppy’ who’s made an incredible recovery and found her forever home (Picture: Caters News)Bambi, a Cocker Spaniel cross, was born with severely dislocated kneecaps that left her with deformed hind legs.
In Japan’s rarified world of cat doctors, the vet Hattori is very much a superstar – but now there is a chance for English-speaking feline fans to benefit from his wisdom thanks to What Cats Want, a translation of his 2017 Japanese best seller Neko no Kimochi Kaibo Zukan (The Encyclopaedia of Cat Feelings).
Rolo was very excited to see his family working from home (Picture: Emma Smith)We might be struggling with being cooped up due to coronavirus-related self-isolation and social distancing, but some are benefiting from the lockdown.
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.