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Dog walkers told to be vigilant as 'devastating' avian flu outbreak grows

Dog walkers told to be vigilant as 'devastating' avian flu outbreak grows

Dog owners are being advised to stick to footpaths and keep pets on leads if near sea birds, as the UK's avian flu outbreak among wildlife spreads.

Dumped Cluckle Brothers looking for home

Dumped Cluckle Brothers looking for home

Two cockerels called Paul and Barry Cluckle are looking for a home after being abandoned.

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RSPCA fears for pet health as cash-strapped owners cut back

RSPCA fears for pet health as cash-strapped owners cut back

Animal charities say owners are cutting back on medical bills and pet food as the cost of living crisis squeezes budgets.

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Warning to dog owners over highly toxic blue-green algae

Warning to dog owners over highly toxic blue-green algae

Dog owners are being told to keep their pets on leads around freshwater as the recent hot weather may increase the growth of toxic blue-green algae.

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Cattery opens 'pet food bank' amid cost of living crisis

Cattery opens 'pet food bank' amid cost of living crisis

An RSPCA cattery is offering pet food parcels to owners who are struggling to afford to feed their animals amid the cost of living crisis.

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How to keep your pets safe in the sun

How to keep your pets safe in the sun

Heat exhaustion can pose a real danger to pets, so here's the RSPCA's top tips for keeping animals cool and comfortable during the hot weather.

Rescue dog seriously injured days after arriving at forever home

Rescue dog seriously injured days after arriving at forever home

A charity is trying to raise £7,000 for a greyhound's vet bills after he suffered serious injuries just days after arriving at his forever home.

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Fox's biscuits! Crafty critter snapped with mouth full of bourbons

Fox's biscuits! Crafty critter snapped with mouth full of bourbons

A fox was spotted holding a stack of bourbon biscuits in its mouth at a park.

Yoda the cat feels force of 1.5inch thorn through his paw

Yoda the cat feels force of 1.5inch thorn through his paw

A cat named Yoda felt the force of a 1.5inch thorn after it punctured straight through his paw and came out the other side.

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Royal Mail celebrates the nation's favourite felines

Royal Mail celebrates the nation's favourite felines

The UK's most popular cats are being given their own set of stamps available to buy from today.

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Puss left toothless after being bullied

Puss left toothless after being bullied

A home is wanted for seven-year-old Stanley who had to have all his teeth removed after being bullied by bigger alley cats.

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'Prada' and 'Chanel' outfits at dog boutique

'Prada' and 'Chanel' outfits at dog boutique

A young entrepreneur has been taking the dog world by storm with her canine fashion business.

Injured dog 'thrown from car' walks again

Injured dog 'thrown from car' walks again

Watch the heart warning videos of a cocker spaniel, who was found with serious spinal injuries, walk and smile with his new carer.

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Dad set up petition after son's cat dies

Dad set up petition after son's cat dies

A father wants drivers to slow down after his son's pet was hit by a car, warning: 'This time it was a cat, next it could be a child'.

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Echo the dog stars in Netflix's Heartstopper

Echo the dog stars in Netflix's Heartstopper

A five-year-old dog has his own fan club after landing his first big acting role in a hit Netflix series.

Puppy freed from brick wall

Puppy freed from brick wall

An inquisitive puppy had to be freed from a brick wall by fire crews after getting her head caught.

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What to do if you find a baby bird on ground

What to do if you find a baby bird on ground

The RSPB has issued advice on what to do if you find a baby bird as it prepares for an increase in calls during the breeding season.

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Possible link between dogs and rise in hepatitis cases in children being explored

Possible link between dogs and rise in hepatitis cases in children being explored

Health officials investigating a sudden spike in hepatitis cases in children are exploring whether there is any possible link to the family pet.

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Public urged to report sightings of caterpillar that must not be touched

Public urged to report sightings of caterpillar that must not be touched

Sightings of a caterpillar, which can cause humans and pets to become very unwell, must be reported urges The Forestry Commission.

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Put out a mud pie to save the birds as temperatures rise

Put out a mud pie to save the birds as temperatures rise

The RSPB are urging people to look out for feathered friends as a heatwave is set to sweep the county.

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