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Pets

To live is to be loved - And for some cats, there’s not enough love to go around

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When Michele Scott visited The Hatch poultry farm at Kingsley, near Frodsham, it was a life-changing experience, writes Mairead Mahon

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A love of dogs has inspired two very different businesses in Warrington.

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A former police officer poleaxed by kidney failure found dogs were great medicine following a transplant. Emily Rothery reports.

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Animal Trust vet Kirsty Warren on her unflappable cat Lodger

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Charlotte Meek, founder of The Stitch Society in West Yorkshire, pins down her pet’s finer qualities

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Me and My Pet - Tracey Hebron and Roux

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Tracey Hebron, a visitor services assistant at Barnsley Museums, on how she muggles through with her puggle.

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Our Dog’s Life writer Emily Rothery meets a well-known spaniel beside Coniston Water and discovers that he was the inspiration behind a book

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York PR consultant Kendra Grahame-Clarke on her long-term companion Tommy the tortoise

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A blood donation event for alpacas, held by Scarsdale Veterinary Practice, features on BBC One’s Countryfile programme

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Alison O’Neill has become well-known as The Barefoot Shepherdess but life in the fells would be impossible without her four-legged friends. Emily Rothery met them.

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Me and My Pet - Claire Farley and Gomez

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

South Yorkshire community support officer Claire Farley on her Boston Terror – sorry, Terrier

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A member of the once endangered Manchester Terrier breed is now thought to be the world’s only working rat-catcher, writes Emily Rothery.

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Countless abandoned and abused dogs have been given happy homes thanks to campaigner Pat Senior. Alison Coleman spoke to her

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Me and My Pet - Sarah Seastron and Ginger

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

The tiger who came to tea...

and stayed forever – Skipton human resources expert Sarah Seastron and her purrfect pal Ginger

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