The controversial Staffordshire Bull Terrier has managed to shake off its aggressive reputation and knock the Labrador from top spot of the country’s favourite dogs.
Staffordshire University students who have been having a ‘ruff’ time with deadlines have been taking time to relax at dog de-stress day.
They have been encouraged to take time out to forget about the upcoming exam stress and instead, cuddle some loving canines.
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service is urging people to take care around open water and ice in the current adverse weather conditions.
Just after 10am this morning (Thursday 1 March) the fire service were alerted to a dog that had fallen into a pond in Burslem Park after the ice broke.
Did you know the cost of raising guide dogs and supporting them until their retirement is around £50,000 each?
Dogs Unite is a charity dedicated to ‘suppawting’ guide dogs, and people who need them.
Many of us would love to help dogs and cats living at local shelters this winter, but let’s face it – everyone is very busy at this time of year. There often aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish our own tasks, let alone volunteer, and money can also tight around Christmas time.
A Staffordshire vet and dog Behaviourist is encouraging pet owners to educate themselves so they can help their animals.
Dr Katie Friel-Russell is holding free Cat First Aid Seminar as part of National Pet Month, which runs from April 1 to May 1.
Over 400 people turned up to Middleport Pottery’s fourth event that invited over 200 dogs of all sizes, ages and breeds to come along for a day of fun and shopping.
Stressed-out Staffordshire students flocked to their university library to relax on “doggy de-stress” day.
Surrounded by furry friends, students petted away their worries over exams, bills and lectures as puppies brought a smile to their faces.
City Dogs’ Home boss says microchipped dogs are being left homeless after owners fail to update details
Stray dogs across Staffordshire have been left homeless after owners fail to update their microchips, according to the boss of City Dogs’ Home in Bucknall.
In April 2016, it became law that dog owners must microchip their pets or face a fine of £500 if they fail to do so or keep the information held on it up to date.
Staffordshire Bull Terriers have been branded as ‘devil dogs’ – and with their fierce looks, broad build and strong jaws, they sometimes attract the wrong kind of owners.