The Scottish Government’s decision to regulate, rather than ban, the use of shock collars for the training of dogs, has sent shock waves through the dog world.
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The search is on for outstanding vets, vet nurses, animal welfare professionals, and animal welfare teams for the prestigious Ceva Animal Welfare Awards 2018.
The new Mini Drinking Fountain by Zeus is the perfect solution for providing a constant supply of clean and fresh drinking water for our furry friends.
If you’ve got a best friend who loves their walks (and which dog doesn’t?) a dedication of a tree or area of woodland in a Woodland Trust wood near you is sure to keep their tail wagging.
Specially formulated by one of Britain’s leading canine nutritionists, Autarky gives dogs everything they need to keep them active, healthy, and working hard at every stage of their lives.
Diabetes is one of the most common endocrine diseases affecting dogs, and evidence suggests that it may be on the increase. However, early diagnosis, proper management, and monitoring of a diabetic pet can lead to them having a happy, healthy, and active life.
Pet owners don’t need to face Halloween with fear — our pets are the heart of our families so why not let your cats and dogs join in the spooktacular celebrations this Halloween too? While us humans enjoy getting a little spooked at Halloween, if you're not careful, your four-legged friends can find it truly scary...
Looking for the best places to stay on a dog-friendly break? The canine customers of Sykes Cottages have spoken (well… barked), and we’re delighted to bring you the countdown of the UK’s five most popular destinations for holidays with your pooch.
"I love drawing animals. From a very young age, I was the youngest of five children and had a whole heap of pets around me, I drew all the time.
Naming your dog is one of the most important aspects of welcoming him into your family, writes Karen Bush.
Artist, Nicole Munch, tells us all about her journey to success, and how her love for Bernese Mountain Dogs got her to where she is today.
Do you ensure you have at least two poo bags with you every time you take your dog for a walk? A new law could see people faced with an on-the-spot fine of £80 if they don't!
Supported by Animed Direct and Frontline UK, ‘Wetnose Day’ takes place between September 29 and October 1, and is supporting a number of animal rescue centres that are currently struggling to pay vet bills, and buy vital food and equipment due to the demand for their work (and the number of animals sadly coming into their care).
An online local services marketplace is launching the UK’s first dog wedding planner service...
"I love capturing animals in a variety of mediums, including; oils, pastel, and charcoal, and am particularly drawn to dogs with their unique characteristics...
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- Social experiment shows hundreds of people ignoring distressed dog in hot car
- Teenager puts best foot forward by going the extra 200 miles to help pets in need
- We talk to pet portrait artist Sarah Leigh
- Video of rescue dog running late for his owners' wedding helps raise money for charity
- Puppy RSPCA hand-reared bounces back to health and finds a new home
- Abandoned Staffy-cross finally finds new home
- The life-changing dog who has given a Hampshire man a future to look forward to
- Dedicate a tree to your favourite walking buddy
- Artist of the week: Gillian Ussher
- Pet welfare partnership for Battersea dogs & cats home
- Channel 4 heads to Tyneside to find animals new homes
- Dog of the Week - Friday 28th July 2017
- Artist of the week: Carina Kelly