Jess Martin and her dog, Toby, were a dream team – until Jess brought home a blind puppy. This is the story how Toby adopted Amos
Tag: Rescue dog
Adopting a dog can be surprisingly difficult. Not only do you have to find the one you love, you also have to convince its caretakers you are the one. A personal story
Author Francesca Haig remembers her first dog: a rescue, rescuer and occasional champagne hatcher
Where does a rescue dog from the Cayman Islands end up? Why, in Edinburgh, of course! Declan tells us about the good-dog life in this very ‘dug’-friendly city
There are lots of DNA test kits on the market these days, but unless you want to confirm your Labrador is a Labrador, choose the one with the biggest DNA database.
A week before the UK release of Wes Anderson’s new adventure, the animal charity has searched its shelters for the real deals
Let’s be honest, who doesn’t want Duke by her side?
The question should be “Why wouldn’t you rescue?”, but if you still think buying a puppy is better than saving a life, here are the arguments
Meatballs for dogs on the menu at the café? Does it get any more dog-friendly? Read about Irish rescue dog Roxy’s amazing new start in the Swedish captial
Whether Santa brought you a new camera or whether you work in an animal shelter that’s always busy around Christmas, this is a great time to work on your photdography skills. Here, a true professional shares her top tips.
Online store Pets Pyjamas held a reception early this month for the launch of David Griffiths’ book Dogs, raising funds for the PDSA, the UK’s leading veterinary charity. The exhibition called Inseparable: The shared lives of humans and dogs featured some of David’s greatest shots, and the limited-edition book was on sale too.