Maureen’s involvement with seal pups started by chance a few years ago. She saw an injured seal pup, named Susie, being rescued by some young people after she’d been washed up on
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Cathy’s much-loved elderly Sharpei, Milicent, died of old age just a month ago, and Cathy was devastated. She had no intention of getting another dog so quickly, but circumstances stepped in that
Holly has a background that’s typical of many rescue pups: her mother was found, abandoned and pregnant, and was taken on by an animal rescue worker who fostered her. She went on
The mornings are a busy time in Sophie’s household. Sophie has to get ready for work, the three family dogs need to be fed, and everybody is milling around the kitchen. Last
Like most cats, Sissi is a creature of habit: she comes and goes at around the same time each day. Last week, Mark let her outside after her supper: she always goes
The crisis started one evening, shortly after Mary had fed her two dogs. For no apparent reason, Ghillie started to drool copious amounts of saliva, and at the same time she began
Even though he’s just a young adult, Cinnamon has become a creature of habit, coming and going at regular times of the day, sitting in particular places, and eating his food on
David was surprised when three weeks ago, his two dogs started to itch. Their coats have always been in optimal condition, and they’ve never suffered from any skin issues. They both started
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Suzanne grew up in the Bavarian Alps, doing cross country skiing, as well as racing on snow with a sledge or on skis being pulled by dogs. She moved to Ireland, and