Police officers said they were shocked by the burnt-out wreckage of a horse stable, dog kennel and livestock carrier wagon.Read the full story ›
Police in York are appealing for information after a Barn Owl was killed in the city.
Someone broke into a cage where the owl was kept at a house on Langholme Drive on the evening of Wednesday, 22nd October.
They also released two other birds of prey from their cages.
This is a shocking act of cruelty against a defenceless bird.
If you have any information about the person responsible for this act of cruelty, I urge you to come forward and contact the police straight away.
A North East vet says dog owners feed their pets chocolate - which can be fatal to them - simply because it tastes good to them.
North East vet, Claire Hinchcliff, warns that Easter treats are not for pets, especially dogs.
An animal charity is reminding pet owners not to give their dogs chocolate over Easter, or at any other time, because it can kill them.
The PDSA surveyed thousands of pet owners. In the North East, more than a fifth owned up to feeding their dogs the treat.
He is 63 in dog years, well over the eligible age to vote, although unfortunately not the right species. Nonetheless, the Hoyle family's pet Rottweiler, called Zeus, was issued a polling card for the European elections.
His owner Russell explained how it happened:
Racing dogs visit patients for grooming and walking sessions, in a new type of pet therapy, which could be rolled out across the UK.Read the full story ›
Drinkers may have been toasting the Chancellor for lopping a penny off a pint of beer, but in one corner of North Yorkshire, there's one ale enthusiast who enjoys a regular tipple and it's just very difficult to gauge his reaction. What is clear though is he likes a drink. Jon Hill reports.
If ITV Tyne Tees viewers are anything to go by animals, children and the sunny weather make the people of the North East happy.Read the full story ›
Simon Grant, from North Yorkshire, shows us his special bond with 11 foot, beer loving camel, Jeffrey: