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Crackdown on rogue breeders who produce vicious dogs will save children's lives, says leading expert Stan Rawlinson 8 Nov 2013 00:01 By Mark Runnacles
UK Government proposes higher sentences for owners of dangerous dogs
"It's the other end of the leash - dangerous dog owners should be culpable" Tags: UK, Pet, News, RSPCA, Prison, Dangerous dogs Juliet Spare
Worlds Most Expensive Holiday For Dogs
If it's a dog's life it's a good one! World's most expensive holiday package for man's best friend featuring limousine transfers and a personal chef are offered for £47,000 The Paw Seasons is offering the two-week package in Long Ashton, Bristol Surfing, board games, pampering and psychiatry sessions are included The dog will get a customised mascot, portrait and DVD of holiday memories Olympic hurdler Dai Greene will take the four-legged guest for walks
THE QUEEN CALLS IN DOG ‘SHRINK’ TO CALM HER CORGIS By Rebecca Johnson Monday August 27,2012      
It was one of those blissful days we’ve had lately when you can almost feel the earth waking up. Dozer was playing in the orchard at the back of his house with two small children when all hell broke loose. Across the orchard fence came a bunch of dogs. There were 10 in all, and their leader was a muscular Staffordshire bull terrier. The Staffie began to rip Dozer..
As the new addition to Kate and William's household is announced, research by enhanced insurance cover specialists, Select from Direct Line, reveals that although the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel turned out to be the public's preferred royal breed, the Cocker Spaniel came in at a close second. Corgis may have been synonymous with British Royalty...
DECATUR - The Rev. Kelly Cox doesn't want to exclude any of God's creatures from the good news of Easter. That's why on Holy Saturday he conducted his second blessing of the animals service since becoming pastor of Christ United Methodist Church in Decatur, his 29th animal blessing since becoming a minister. "Pets are part of the family for many people," he said...
IT WAS the eyes you noticed first: pleading and pathetic. the tiny furry bundles were huddled together in the back of an estate vehicle at a car boot sale. there was a water bowl – the contents of which had been spilt – next to them and one pup was licking the remains from the shabby bit of carpet on which they were lying. whimpering with fear or hunger, it was difficult to tell which, these puppies were not the bouncing balls of fun one would expect to see...


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