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An elderly moggy, which is one of the UK’s oldest cats, is still causing mischief at the age of 23.
An investigation for a television channel has revealed that some regular food and drink ingredients come from unlikely places – such as a beaver’s anus!
A pet rat has recovered following surgery at a York veterinary practice to remove a tumour the size of a satsuma!
A café in Taiwan has swept the Internet with a chilling video.
A hospitalised cat has ended up with the nickname ‘Grumpy Cat 2.0’ after facial injuries left it with a look of displeasure.
A cat was spotted trying to raid a supermarket’s shelves after sneaking into a Tesco Express.
A labrador that was saved from euthanasia now spends his days ice-skating!
A Twitteruser uploaded a video of her two dogs’ nightly routine on Twitter – and everyone’s hearts melted!
A five-week-old blue merle collie is the odd one out among his six siblings as he was born with not one but TWO noses.
A mutant turtle has defied the odds by surviving with two heads.
Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, have welcomed a new pet into their family.
A headless chicken that survived after being decapitated has been adopted by monks.
A friendship has developed between a whippet, called Boo, and a magpie, called Mike.
A video has appeared online of a raccoon falling nine storeys from a block of flats it was climbing, reported the Mirror.
A kitten called Spock decided to ‘boldy go where no cat had gone before’ – and got his head stuck in a small hole in the back of a kitchen cupboard.
A family has adopted Britain’s biggest puppy, a great Dane that is more than 6ft tall and weighs 43kg (95lb) – and still growing!
A professional dog walker has developed an unusual way of fighting off hunger pangs while on the job walking dogs in the Peak District.
Seventy-six per cent of UK cat or dog owners are choosing holiday trips within the UK, according to Blue Cross.
Seven British suppliers will be exhibiting their latest products in the British Pavilion at Global Pet Expo in Orlando, Florida from March 20-22.
Pet treats business WOOFS is set to increase its product range in 2019.
Pet accessories business Verity & Voss has become the exclusive distributor for Kiwi Walker, launching various new ranges of dog products.
Nandi of Africa has arrived in the UK and Channel Islands and is available now, after launching its natural, premium pet treats at PATS Sandown.
More than a quarter of women would rather spend Valentine’s Day with their cat than their partner due to their unconditional love and cuddles, according to a survey by pet food brand IAMS.
As it’s Valentine’s Day, the husband and wife team at HayPigs! wanted to share a romantic story with our readers.
PDSA is appealing for the UK’s fattest pets to enrol in its Pet Fit Club.
Natures Menu has won a Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award 2019, an independent seal of excellence that recognises businesses that go above and beyond in delivering outstanding customer service.
Pet food brand Purely Fish has returned steady growth both in the UK and overseas through export sales.
Webbox has launched a new line of dog treats.
Butcher’s Pet Care has appointed Birmingham-based creative agency LIFE as its strategic and creative agency.
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People has been chosen as VetPartners’ charity for 2019.
Macle Pet Pet Foods’ premium range, Naturo, is increasing its offering in Asda stores across the UK from this month.
Mars Petcare has expanded its bonding Care & Treats range in the ‘meaty’ sub-segment with the launch of the Pedigree Wrap.
Fish4Dogs has introduced a fruity new addition to its range of fish-wrapped treats.
Swedencare’s flagship product, ProDen PlaqueOff Powder, has been awarded the Veterinary Oral Health Council Seal of Acceptance.
Vitalin will be returning to exhibit at Crufts 2019.
Building on its 22-strong range of frozen raw working dog food, Benyfit Natural has introduced a new product line, the World Explorer Range.
Close to 2,000 visitors went to PATS Sandown, a record in the show’s 11-year history.
For the first time in its 14-year history, contestants on TV’s ‘Couples Come Dine With Me’ have been served fresh DOG food.
Burgess Pet Care has launched the first ever survey on guinea pig welfare
Agria Insurance is giving pet owners £50 towards their pet’s health, for every lifetime policy taken out.
The Biaze Big Fish Campaign, which aims to draw attention to the plight facing big fish species in the aquatics hobby, has been relaunched.
King British has launched a consumer campaign, Give your fish the Royal Treatment, and is encouraging aquatic retailers to join in.
Eheim’s incpiria has won the bronze medal in the Innovation and Design category at the Animal Expo – Animalis Show in Paris.
The 2016 global coral bleaching event made some reef fish too weak to fight for food, researchers say, after seeing a major reduction in aggression between members of territorial, coral-eating species.
A North East entrepreneur is taking the hospitality sector to new levels by building slate ‘hotels’ for fish.
Hagen has introduced the Fluval Flex 123L, which comes with a mobile device-operated Aquasky LED.
Scientists have found the first evidence of plastic contamination in freshwater fish in the Amazon, highlighting the extent to which bags, bottles and other waste dumped in rivers is affecting the world’s wildlife.
Tetra has expanded its Starter Line range with a 105-litre aquarium which comes as a complete set with tips and set-up advice.
Wildlife officials in Utah, America, have released footage of how they restock their remote mountain lakes with fish – by dropping them out of aeroplanes.
Eheim has brought out a new ice preventer to stop pond surfaces from freezing over.
The Indonesian Fisheries Ministry has rescinded the May 4 order restricting the export of corals, according to the Reefbuilders website.
Fluval has launched a new aquarium cleaning product, ClearX, which ‘effectively traps and controls phosphate, nitrite and nitrate’.
Great Yarmouth Sea Life Centre has picked up a regional gong in the first national attractions awards run by popular family leisure website Day Out With The Kids.
Marine species will feature prominently in next year’s World Wildlife Day when they become the theme of the event for the first time ever.
German aquatics manufacturer EHEIM has launched its EHEIM thermocontrol, an electronically controlled version of the precision aquarium control heater EHEIM thermocontrol.
The Thai Fishery Department has proposed that the Siamese fighting fish, betta sp., be declared Thailand’s national fish, according to The Nation.
Norwood Aquarium has been appointed as an authorised distributor of the biOrb range of aquarium products.