Dog owners petition Eurostar and UK government

by Mark James on July 9, 2014

Pet owners have set up a petition to try to persuade the owners of Eurostar to provide dog-friendly carriages on their trains.

Currently, no pets are (more…)

New website to help dog owners combat dysplasia

by Leanne Thompson on July 2, 2014

The launch of the Cornell Estimated Breeding website is predicted to help dog owners and breeders to better understand the issues surrounding hip and elbow health in some purebred dogs.

On the site, the public and stud dog breeders can (more…)

New app to help people find their ideal dog

by Mark James on June 6, 2014

The New York based dog gift firm BarkBox has come up with an innovative new app.

The mobile application is designed to match (more…)

Big Scoop as the Dogs Trust launches poster campaign

by Darren Jamieson on May 16, 2014

Keep Britain Tidy and the Dogs Trust have launched their nationwide competition to design a dog waste awareness poster.

Children aged 7-11 can enter the Big Scoop 2014 competition, which (more…)

One-eyed mongrel re-homed in Sussex after devastating attack

by Mark James on March 27, 2014

A dog that had suffered crippling abuse on the streets of Romania has now found a new home in England.

The mongrel, called Lillie, has recently been (more…)

New charity launched by Norfolk husky owner

by Leanne Thompson on January 22, 2014

A Husky and German Shepherd dog rehoming charity has recently been set up, using its founder’s heroic canine pet as its inspiration.

Blue-eyed Siberian husky Bolt is (more…)

Scientific study reveals how dogs can foresee human behaviour

by Leanne Thompson on December 26, 2013

Biologists working at Dundee’s Abertay University have discovered that in future years, dogs will understand and learn how to predict human behaviour.

The project, which was led by Clare Cunningham, revealed how dogs have evolved through thousands of years of exposure to (more…)

Dog owners encouraged to sign their pets up for interaction study

by Leanne Thompson on November 20, 2013

Blind and disabled people often benefit from the assistance of dogs, as these intelligent animals can be trained to boost levels of freedom, mobility and independence.

Now, scientists are hoping to find new (more…)

Police dogs in Nottinghamshire to benefit from pensions

by Vivien Richardson on November 6, 2013

The majority of workers in the United Kingdom have some kind of pension in place to improve their quality of life after retirement. With so many dogs assisting police with (more…)

Great Dane learns how to predict epileptic fits

by Darren Jamieson on October 17, 2013

They are known for their giant size, but it seems that some Great Danes are capable of a lot more than just being tall and strong.

Charlie lives with the Lynch family in County Clare and his owners believe that he can detect changes in their epileptic (more…)

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