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A man has discovered dozens of dead cockroaches inside a phone in a house in Australia.
A farmer was left shocked after his goat gave birth to a ‘half-pig, half-human’ creature.
A woman was left ‘raging’ after she found a dead mouse in a bag of pet food.
A former Crufts champion has a new spring in her step after life-changing hydrotherapy rehabilitation for a serious leg injury.
A Staffie that was rescued by the RSPCA has been rehomed and has befriended her new family’s pet lizard.
A cat has been saved by vets after swallowing some sewing thread.
A supermarket customer was left stunned when he discovered a live frog inside a pack of green salad he had bought at a supermarket in Greece, Yahoo7 News reported.
A foul-mouthed African grey parrot has been filmed giving his verdict on Donald Trump – branding the US President a “w*****” in a video that has appeared online.
A vet has dressed up as a giant mouse to calm the nerves of a rescue dog with anxiety problems.
A pet hamster, trapped in a tiny pipe for six days, has been freed thanks to a small wire ladder.
A pet cockatoo has been banned  from eating her favourite treats after getting fatty liver from over-indulgence.
An image that has appeared online has left many scratching their heads as to whether the animal is actually a cat or a crow.
The Pets ‘n’ Vets Family has carried out a pioneering operation on a pet rabbit with a fractured hind leg.
A fight broke out at a zoo after a gay penguin couple took a chick whose mum and dad had left it unattended.
A great white shark has been filmed stealing a fisherman’s catch in footage that appeared on Facebook.
A police dog that was first on the scene after last year’s Manchester terror attack has been honoured with the PDSA Order of Merit.
Dogs in the UK and Ireland are being cossetted, with heating, radio and even TV while their owners are out of the house, according to a new study.
Police dogs that supported emergency services during the 2017 London terror attacks are being honoured for their heroic actions.
More than half of home-sitters in the UK choose to look after an unusual pet, including pigs, bearded dragons, tortoises, peacocks, alpacas and even a pygmy hedgehog.
Nearly 8,000 reports of dog fighting incidents have been reported in England & Wales in the past four years, new figures from the RSPCA reveal.
Butcher’s Pet Care has partnered with Atheon Analytics and its multi-retailer SKUtrak service, which provides daily insight into its sales and supply chain.
A new survey taken by PFMA members confirms reasons why pet food manufacturers value the trade body.
Leading raw and natural pet food business Natures Menu has refreshed its existing Fruit and Vegetable Raw Nuggets line with the addition of Natural Raw Nuggets Veggie Boost, as well as new-look packaging.
Laughing Dog – one of the few pet food manufacturers in the UK to oven bake its entire range of dry dog food – has launched a new nationwide on-pack promotion.
Vets are concerned that scepticism about vaccination is creeping over from human health into pet care as new statistics show that 98% of vets have been questioned by their clients on the need for vaccination.
Pet food food brand Webbox Natural has bolstered its partnership with animal welfare charity StreetVet.
Liz Barton, vet and co-founder of WellVet, has joined pet trade and veterinary PR and marketing agency Companion Consultancy as senior account manager.
Climate change has advanced the breeding season of many wildlife species in the UK – but just how much varies markedly across the country, according to a major new study.
A significant 63% of British dog owners say their pet is their best friend – and nearly half (46%) say their dog is the most important member of their family.
The British Veterinary Association, Animal Welfare Foundation and RSPCA have joined paws this National Pet Month (April 1 –May 6) to encourage anyone thinking of buying a puppy to always use The Puppy Contract and ask several key questions of the breeder first.
Butcher’s Pet Care is kicking off its first brand campaign in five years in a bid to re-position itself as ‘the everyday choice in naturally nourishing food for dogs’.
The Naturediet Feel Good range is expanding to include a smaller 200g pack and semi-moist Feel Good Natural Treats.
Henry Bell & Co, the family-owned animal feed producer, has introduced its own brand – Henry Bell Wild Bird Care.
Nylabone has added a variety of new products to its UK offering.
A pet store and park complex is helping an international detection dog business in the war against drugs and terrorism.
Paulo de Castro has joined Mars Petcare’s global management team as leader of finance.
Annual sales at Inspired Pet Nutrition, home to the Wagg and Harringtons brands, grew by 17.3% last year to hit £91.3m, though profits dropped from £8.2m to £6.5m as a result of rising prices and further investment.
The British Veterinary Association is reminding pet owners not to replace a trip to the vets with non-clinical information they find online.
Nature Vito is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its first products coming to market.
Suffolk-based natural pet business World of Pets is hosting its first Dog Easter Egg Hunt.
Science and research organisation Fera Science has begun construction work on a new aquatic laboratory testing facility in Sand Hutton, Yorkshire, which will provide a range of ecotoxicology test services.
Activities such as laying gas pipelines, trawling for fish, drilling for oil, and even burying internet cables in the deep sea are destroying marine ecosystems.
OASE Living Water has acquired the Söll Group, a leading German supplier of specialised water treatment products, water analysis and filtering technology, and premium fish food for consumer and commercial applications.
Due to EU legislation, JBL has decided to discontinue its production of JBL AlgoPond Direct.
Thousands of young fish have been released into North East rivers to give stocks a boost and encourage people to go fishing.
An increasing number of wealthy buyers in Asia have shown an interest in nishikigoi, pushing up the market for the luxury ornamental fish.
The Netherlands-based Aquadip has launched a range of koi and pond food products, which are also available as own-brand.
JBL TempProtect light was developed to protect terrarium animals from burns on hot lamps.
Rob Woods is a third-generation fishkeeper and has raised freshwater fish since childhood. He currently has a 150-gallon freshwater tank and has educated more than 250,000 people through his blog Fishkeeping World.
German aquatics manufacturer JBL recently held a shark workshop, which was warmly received.
Pioneering techniques will enable leading UK aquarium visitor attractions to breed their own tropical fish, following a new collaboration.
The Fish Health Inspectorate has said that recent imports have included a number of illegal ornamental aquatic species that cannot be kept or sold in the UK.
Government-funded projects to protect the world’s turtles and mangroves have been praised by the Environment Minister on World Wildlife Day on March 3.
Online aquatics retailer All Pond Solutions has launched its sister website, All Pet Solutions.
Scientists say some fish can recognise themselves in the mirror, the ability of which has used for decades as a gold standard measure of animal intelligence.
Japan has started inoculating aquarium fish against ‘scutica’, a parasitic insect found in marine rocksuckers.
Robotic sensor fish, as they’re known, have been measuring and collecting data on live fish for years.