Dog News

Dog News

Check out the latest dog related news from around the UK.

The Scottish SPCA is appealing for information after a dog was found tied to a railing in Edinburgh.

Staffordshire Bull Terriers are more likely to go missing than any other breed of dog, reveals Petlog, the UK’s largest lost and found pet database.

The Scottish SPCA is appealing to big hearted animal lovers to consider rehoming one of their large breed dogs.

A new study by Sealy UK reveals a tenth of co-habiting couples admit to sleeping in separate beds to make room for an animal companion and 35-44 year olds are the age group most likely to do so.

A coalition of animal welfare charities and the police have launched a hard hitting national campaign, warning people of the devastating consequences of leaving dogs in hot cars and urging people to dial 999 if they see an animal in distress.

The largest dog welfare organisation in the country, the Kennel Club, has launched the UK’s first ever educational resource for primary schools, to teach safe interaction between children and dogs to help reduce dog bite incidents involving children.

Lost and found dogs travelled to Westminster on 9th June to support compulsory microchipping being introduced next year as new figures show almost a quarter of a million dogs have been reunited with their owners thanks to their microchip and Petlog - the UK’s largest database for microchipped pets.

Cannon Hill Park was filled with woofs, waggly tails and cries of ‘walkies’ as more than 300 dogs took the lead for animal welfare on Sunday (June 7th).

A blind springer spaniel abandoned and tied to a pallet of bricks in Maidstone is on the mend.

Scruffts, the nation's favourite competition for crossbreed dogs with a final held at Crufts, is coming to Warwickshire in June. 

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