Experts note increasing numbers are taking their dogs with them to “bag” a peak, which range from relatively straightforward day hikes to the notorious Inaccessible Pinnacle, the second highest summit in the Skye Cuillin, which requires a rock-climb and abseil to complete the ascent.‘It’s humbling’: Shona Marshall and Betty the kerry blue terrier celebrate reaching the summit of Am Basteir, her 282nd and final Munro.
A TINY chihuahua weighing less than a bag of sugar has claimed the unofficial title of Britain's smallest dog.Daisy is a tiny Chihuahua cross, weighing in at less than 2lb.Mrs Sheppard said: “I can’t imagine any dog is smaller than her.
According to the RSPCA, over a third of the people killed by dogs since the act was brought in were attacked by legal breeds.In some instances, the court may decide that although the dog is a banned breed, it is not a danger to the public.
Incredible transformation of terrified rescue dog who hid in kennel staring at the wall.A RESCUE dog who was so terrified he hid in his kennel staring at the wall is now "unrecognisable" as he thrives in his loving new home.
He’s a real softie (Picture: RSPCA)Jay the West Highland terrier has been patiently waiting 411 days for a loving owner to come along.(Picture: RSPCA)Staff know that it may take Jay a little while to find the right home, but they hope his new owner is just around the corner.
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Pumpkin the West Highland terrier and her foster mum Tammie Fox (SWNS)A paralysed puppy has taken her first walk in her new wheelchair after £7,000 was raised on GoFundMe to pay for it.
Lindsey Manton’s tattoo of her yorkshire terrier, Kimi.Photograph: Lindsey Manton/Guardian Community.Photograph: Stephanie/Guardian Community.Photograph: Valeria/Guardian Community.Photograph: Jennifer/Guardian Community.Photograph: Andrew Lewis/Guardian Community.Photograph: Nicholas Cook/Guardian CommunityWhen our lurcher Nelson passed away during lockdown, it was crushing.
Arthur was never my baby, but people love to love, and if my options were him or that dickhead comedian – which is how it felt when I was single – choosing my dog was not tragic, it was good taste.
(Image: Getty)If your dog is a Bloodhound, Dachshund or Greyhound, these breeds were bred to assist in hunting.(Image: Getty)Several breeds within the toy dog group were originally bred in ancient China in order to fit inside the sleeves of a man’s robe.
’Polar meant everything to us all, he made this family complete,’ owner Kristie Skinner said (Pictures: Triangle News)A four-month-old puppy has been put down after being savagely attacked by a Staffordshire Bull Terrier in the street.
Donia Youssef (right) with Cookie (left) who is three quarters Boston Terrier with a bit of French bulldog and Chihuahua, from Grays, Essex (Picture: ITCHPet).Archer (left), the Chow Chow, and Andy (right), from Sheffield (Picture: The Kennel Club) Do you have a doppleganger pet?
A dog is for life and not just for the Covid-19 lockdown, a charity has warned after online searches about getting a puppy surged by 120%.We’re encouraging potential dog owners to carry out our new test to see if you’re dog ready.
Bill Lambert, spokesperson for the Kennel Club, said: ‘People simply forget there are so many different dog breeds, with different personalities and characteristics, and it’s not just the popular, well-known ones that make a great match for our varying lifestyles.
There are so many breeds of dogs to go for, but some are just too expensive in the areas of price, grooming, and healthcare!With a life expectancy of about 15 years, the Kerry Blue Terrie breed go for just $600 per dog but they have many health issues.
The Patterdale Terrier was left cut and scarred by the incident (Picture: Derbyshire Police/SWNS) The pup was rushed to hospital for treatment on the right side of its face (Picture: Derbyshire Police/SWNS)Badger baiting is an illegal blood sport – outlawed since 1835 under the Cruelty to Animals Act – that sees a badger drawn out of its sett and threatened, prompting a fight.