Corky came to us one dark and stormy night. No, really! We had recently been bereaved, losing our second elderly rescue Dalmatian in six months, and desperately wanted a new little friend.
How To Ensure Your Dog Has The Best Life Possible With help From Canine Troubles - Sue Sly Dog Behaviourist Based In South Herefordshire
Do you think that it's not a problem when your dog gets excited and jumps all over you or visitors?
Have you seen Dexter? A lovely cat who has gone missing in Herefordshire.
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Being a Yorkshire lass, I feel proud that I was born and brought up in the same West Yorkshire borough as Percy Shaw, the inventor of the famous Catseye ™
The legend of Greyfriars Bobby is a touching story of canine devotion that continued beyond his master’s life to a long vigil by the grave for an incredible 14 years.
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When I was very young all I wanted to do was work with animals.
Do you have any used stamps? Perhaps consider sending them to the above?
Jan has asked me to write about becoming a dog owner and the impact it has had a on my life! Well- where do I begin!?
Dear cousin Arik,
It's been such a while since either of us posted a blog, but the winter months are rather boring and we don't do much, so there's nothing really to write about.
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We thought we would pop into the Vet when we took Zac, our little dog, for his Christmas trim. He seemed happy enough in himself - but recently he’d been drinking quite at lot.
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Alex age 4 weeks
Ground down by the years of appeals you can read about here, we were driven to get our ten-year old daughter a cat.
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Introducing Cherry And Arik, Two Greyhound Cousins Who Will Be Blogging Weekly About Their Adventures!
Please welcome our newest contributors Cherry and Arik who are going to be sharing weekly adventures with us. Their owners, Tina (Cherry) and Sara (Arik) will be the authors of the blogs.The blogs will be a regular Saturday feature and the first one will be published tomorrow!
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I am a big fan of Healthspan supplements and have been taking them for years.
The catalyst for this government petition which I've started was a recent discussion amongst friends on Facebook. But there's a little more to it than that...
Now we have reached November, it's a good time to think about keeping your pets safe for bonfire night. If you are having a bonfire party or a fireworks display, please inform your neighbours first, especially if they have pets. We can then all be prepared and know what to expect.
Owning a small furry animal is a rite of passage for every small child. As a parent, in a moment of grand delusion, you buy your offspring a hamster or gerbil. You think, wrongly, that they will learn from the experience, learn the joy of caring for another being.
Spoiled rotten? My dogs? Perish the thought! Surely every dog starts the day with a lovingly, freshly prepared smoothie of fruit and vegetables?
In July 2014, I was reading a book by my writing friend, Chris Stovell. The main character had a greyhound called Gracie. I loved her, and for some reason, right out of the blue, I decided we should have one.
Some of my earliest memories are of pestering my parents to buy me a pet, whether it was hamsters, gerbils, rabbits or a dog. I’m not sure of what first triggered my love of all things furry, but now, in my thirties, my passion for animals has blossomed into what some people may describe as less of a hobby, and more of an addiction.
After being without a dog for the first time in my life when my old Sheltie died at the age of 14 years, I thought that it was the end of my dog owning days. And it was, until 3 years ago I bowed to pressure from my very insistent 14 year old son.
I've lived without a Significant Other in my life for more than thirty years now and can honestly say I don't feel lonely. That's because I always have at least one dog in tow to keep me company.
Since writing my first article on loneliness, my life has undergonsomething of a dramatic change. In September, my beloved dog Ci died, aged just eight, of a pulmonary oedema. It was very sudden, with no prior warning, and he died within less than 24 hours of the onset of symptoms.
The main reason we started up our pet photography business is because of our love of pets. And one aspect of this is pet rescue.
The Puppy Dog Eyes .I'm sure no explanation is necessary for this one, but it should only ever be attempted by cute dogs.
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