Celebrity dogs join campaign to end the use of dogs in...

Social media stars such as Marcel Le Corgi joined Cruelty Free International at Westminster on Tuesday to support an end to the use of...

‘Dinner’s On Us’ says British pet food brand

Award winning pet food brand Lily's Kitchen has pledged to donate 650,000 meals to cats and dogs in need as part of a nationwide...

Save Monopoly’s Scottie!

Research for Hasbro, makers of the board game Monopoly, shows the dog token is the most popular of all its movers, with just under...
animal cruelty

Wirral man jailed 24 weeks for burning dog alive

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home is once again calling for tougher sentencing for animal cruelty after Jamie Weir, 21, from Wirral, was jailed for only...

Lurcher gets ‘yappy’ ending after nine years in rescue

A bull Lurcher has finally found his happy ending after spending the majority of his life at the National Animal Welfare Trust. Mole had been...

Ban on dog meat sale being enforced ahead of Yulin festival,...

Chinese animal welfare activists are circulating a video filmed on June 15th at Nanqiao market in Yulin, China, showing Yulin law enforcement officers closing...

Diary date in Cornwall

Join in the fun at the Dog Festival on 12 May 2012. The event will raise money for the new Little Harbour Children’s Hospice...

Flat-faced breeds prone to corneal ulcerative disease

Brachycephalic breeds are sadly known for their difficulty breathing and regulating their temperature due to their excessively short muzzle - a problem so serious...

Little Loui fought meningitis…and won

A Chihuahua puppy is recovering well after being successfully treated for meningitis, a rare condition in dogs that can either be fatal or leave...

Paul O’Grady vows to help homeless pets and owners with StreetVet

For The Love Of Dogs presenter and welfare campaigner Paul O'Grady has pledged his support to charity StreetVet, that provides free veterinary care for...

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