It's national Love Your Pet Day today. You've been showing us how much you love your pets by sending in your favourite pictures of them.Read the full story ›
You've been sending in photos of your pets dressed up in their best festive gear for Christmastime. Can you spot your furry friend?Read the full story ›
Charities are warning pet owners to take special care over the weekend ahead of Bonfire Night.Read the full story ›
Pet owners are being warned of the dangers of leaving pets in their cars in the hot weather.Read the full story ›
Vets in Cumbria are urging pet owners to look after their animals during the Christmas period.
Some of the things people consider to be treats, can cause serious damage to pets, and vets say they're already seeing an increase in the number of sick dogs being admitted.
Dan Lewis, a vet from Capontree Veterinary Centre, has this good advice:
A veterinary practice in Cumbria is one of the first to offer free weight management sessions - here are some of the podgy pets getting involved:
A Cumbrian vets has become one of the first in the country to offer an accredited weight management centre.Read the full story ›
Dog owners could be prosecuted if they leave their pets in hot vehicles - that is the warning from Allerdale Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team.
The team are reminding owners that they have a legal duty of care for their animals and are urging them to think twice before leaving pets in vehicles during the warm weather.
The team are also reminding owners of the dangers and say it could make pets seriously ill or even die as a result of the intense heat in vehicles.
Boot the Labrador prefers a swim in a lake to a walk in the parkRead the full story ›