Animal activist Meg Mathews tells Joanne Bednall why she’s backing a campaign to put an end to puppy farming.
A dog is a man’s (and ladies, of course) best friend and they bring us humans a lot of happiness and wonderful memories. When our dogs behave well, do something that we are proud of, or just won’t leave us alone, it can be rewarding to give him or her a treat.
The number of dog thefts is rising alarmingly. Andrew White delves into the problem and advises on keeping your dog safe.
Just imagine the scene: you’ve gone to a local pet shop to get some more dog food and you’ve taken your dog along for a bit of socialisation. After you’ve paid, you take your faithful friend back to the car, shut him in, and then go back for your products. However, when you return, the car boot window is smashed and your dog has gone.
Kelly Felstead and Cocker Spaniel Henry take to the pitch to play treibball.
Over the past year I’ve kept hearing about a relatively new dog activity called treibball (pronounced tryball).