Hudson the lurcher, who "loves modelling", gets a photoshoot to help him find him a new owner.Read the full story ›
Snacks, takeaways and even alcohol continue to fuel an obesity crisis among pets in Wales, according to a leading veterinary charity.Read the full story ›
A fascination with birds of prey has been a life changer for a GP from Hampshire who moved to be closer to ospreys at a Welsh reserve.Read the full story ›
It's not only humans who are getting excited about the start of the Six Nations.
And no one is more excited than Bruce the rescue dog.
Bruce spends hours throwing his ball around for himself, kicking up and down the hall way and chasing after it.
He has now got his eye on the ball ready for this Six Nations!
If your pets are getting ready for the rugby why not send us your pictures to email@example.com
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after an injured pony was found in a ‘terrible’ state, thin, injured and struggling to walk near Parc Cwm Darran in Bargoed.
The pony was found by a dog walker.
The pony is undergoing veterinary treatment.
She is extremely thin and her condition is very serious.
She has been made comfortable but she is not in a good way. She isn’t microchipped so we can’t identify her owner. We don’t know where she has come from.
We want to hear from anyone who recognises her and knows who she belongs to. She is very sweet.”
Anyone who may have information about this pony should contact the RSPCA inspectorate appeal line on 0300 123 8018.
From April, it'll be compulsory for all dogs to be microchipped in Wales and the RSPCA is urging owners to get their pooches chipped now.Read the full story ›
A bird has been snapped 'photobombing' the web cam at Abergynolwyn Station on the Talyllyn Railway in mid Wales.
It was taken yesterday on the historic railway which runs from Tywyn to Nant Gwernol.
A fundraising page has been set up to raise money for the family at the centre of a row over a selfie with a photobombing horse.Read the full story ›
These two pooches have been dubbed the 'Grounddogs' by staff at Dogs Trust in Bridgend. Can you help them find a new home?Read the full story ›
David Bellis and his son Jacob took a selfie with a grinning horse and it won them a £2,000 getaway – but the animal's owner isn't happy.Read the full story ›