The PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) Report has found 7.3 million cats and dogs (34 per cent of cats and 40 per cent of dogs) are afraid of fireworks, leaving the nation’s pets anxious and miserable throughout the firework season....
An urgent appeal is being made for the search of injectable vitamin B12 for dogs, after concerned owners whose pets rely on the injectable solution have suddenly found themselves unable to find or purchase it. For many, the most...
According to a poll by the Blue Cross, nearly two thirds of owners believe their pet has seen ghosts, with the majority believing their pet to have the “sixth sense”. But do our pets really have this ability? A survey...
As the last three dog meat shops left in Seoul have agreed to end dog slaughter on-site, Humane Society International/Korea welcomes the move as an important step towards South Korea becoming dog meat-free. This follows over a year of...
The RSPCA is appealing for information in a bid to trace the owner of a dog who featured in an online video that shows a man slapping him around the face.  A video was posted on social media at the...
'Radio refuge' Pet Sounds by Classic FM, in partnership with the RSPCA, is back again this November to help keep anxious pets calm and relaxed for the firework season. The special programme, hosted by Classic FM's weekend presenter and dog-lover...
To keep to their promise of being dog friendly, a holiday park in Cornwall has decided to take matters into their own hands and ban fireworks displays - instead, opting a noiseless  alternative. Hedley Wood holiday park, located on the...
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a man was caught on CCTV abandoning a dog outside a care home in County Durham. CCTV shows the moment the Staffie cross - now nicknamed Panda - is abandoned by a hooded...
Victoria Bryceson, founder of animal welfare charity Miracle's Mission, first met Ella in Egypt - where she lived in a shelter after being thrown off a building in a harrowing act of cruelty that left her with life-changing injuries....
Charlie the Border Collie completed hundreds of searches during his exemplary ten-year career as a Dorset Search and Rescue Dog. Now he has been posthumously honoured by UK veterinary charity, PDSA. Due to kidney issues, Charlie sadly passed away in...

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