Viola Coschemique, 41, had taken her dog Azaar for a walk when he found several pigs in blankets stuffed with nails (Picture: Pen News / Viola Coschemique)Dog owners have been warned after a pet died from eating sausages stuffed with nails in a public park.
The vet who euthanised the small dog arranged to have him cremated for about $400.Our connections with companion animals, and our willingness to spend on them, even after their deaths, is fuelling the booming pet end-of-life business.
Little Fig is just a puppy, and her injury was incredibly dangerous (Picture: Sarah Pickett)Vets are warning owners to keep their dogs out of the kitchen on Christmas Day to avoid dangerous burns and scalds.
When we opted for lifetime cover, the site came up with 53 policies ranging in price from £9.97 a month with the insurer Animal Friends to £74.21 with Asda Money.
Trending stories,celebrity news and all the best of TODAY.Kelli said would occasionally have a flare-up of the feline herpes virus, which causes runny eyes, but everything else was otherwise normal.While Jasper has a good quality of life now, Kelli added that hasn't always been the case.
Months of staying home, bingeing over food and cooped-up on a sofa with their parents to watch OTT platforms has resulted in weight gain, laziness and a gloomy state of mind.With a bag of chips, snacks, biscuits and more unhealthy food to munch on, pets are faced with a new challenge- to lose weight.
This is the story of Vetbiochem India Pvt Ltd whose customer-centric approach and understanding the need to provide niche quality products at affordable prices took the company to new heights beating all odds on its way since its inception in 2007.
Mayim Bialik has three rescue cats (Addie, Frances and Nermal) who have seen her through enormous life changes — both happy and sad."While dogs are lovely, I love my sons being raised with cats because you have to learn a lot of boundaries with cats.
Photograph: Christopher Thomond/The Guardian The charity has 1,060 active patients, which includes 397 staffordshire bull terriers like Poochie, 93 cats, two rabbits and one ferret – and these pets provide crucial companionship and a sense of responsibility to people experiencing homelessness in different ways, from people sleeping on a friend’s sofa or living in temporary accommodation to those having to bed down on the streets.
While the weather is hot, make sure to look out for symptoms of heatstroke in your pets (Image: GETTY) If your cat has symptoms of heatstroke, it's important you contact your vet immediately.
Ronnie and Reggie both have cleft palates – which are expensive to treat (Picture: ) ‘Some people say that they’re not worth it, but we couldn’t disagree more.’ (Picture: )‘The current theory is that his parathyroid glands aren’t working properly and he will need an operation to sort this,’ explains Ruth.
Little Jasper survived after going into cardiac arrest (Picture: Channel 4)Super Vet Noel Fitzpatrick has performed a miracle in saving a dog’s life after he was on the brink.
Lost in the ruff: The 26 golf balls removed from Alfie the dog’s stomach (Picture: SWNS)A trip to the vet – and a few barfed balls later – revealed total of 26 golf balls had got stuck inside his stomach.