Time for a nice bowl of tea

by Leanne Thompson on May 30, 2014

With recent research showing that owner spending on pet dogs has risen to nearly £570m, a new concept is hitting the high streets: herbal tea for dogs.

Costing up to (more…)

Tumour detecting dogs sniff out new cancer diagnosis

by Mark James on May 23, 2014

Dogs can be trained to spot prostate cancer, a medical research hospital has discovered through the course of a study.

The researchers say that (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…)

Dogs really do love their owners

by Vivien Richardson on May 9, 2014

Research has suggested that dogs really are a man’s best friend, after scientists found they release the same chemical solution as humans to show love.

According to a study by boffins at (more…)

Labrador to be posthumously awarded highest military honour

by Mark James on May 2, 2014

A British Army yellow Labrador is to be awarded the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross six years after she was killed in a Taliban attack.

Sasha, who had been trained to (more…)

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