Anyone breeding and selling three or more litters of puppies a year will have to apply for a formal licence
Maremma sheepdogs Lupo and Nuvola, feared killed, found four kilometres away from hotel and reunited with puppies
It's a cuter, SFW version of West's controversial video
Figures show one in four dogs in the UK have consumed alcohol at one point
Colin Butcher solved his first lost animal case in 1994
'It's about recognizing pets as important objects of affection and sentiment within the family'
Little is being done to stop the illicit trade of puppies, despite the many voices campaigning against it. As Marie Carter writes, it’s a brutal industry that some dog lovers may be unwittingly supporting
Jennifer S Holland collects stories of dogs who made friends in unlikely places
Departments across the country are using the dogs to detect narcotics and apprehend criminals, from New York and Georgia to Washington
Having grappled with it throughout my child’s early years, I realised my fear of dogs isn’t only a manifestation of this early trauma – it’s a rational response to the attitudes of dog owners
With wages that now barely cover the necessities for daily living, many people are unable to look after their animals. Words by Kenneth Dickerman, photos by Carlos Garcia Rawlins
Mother and daughter refuse to let authorities take the dogs
The dog, June Cash, left at a shelter with 275 other dogs in a place that 'smells like death'
The puppies are thought to have spent four to five hours in transit
The Staffordshire bull terriers left with no water or ventilation
Famous pets are earning their owners serious amounts of cash. But as Kashmira Gander discovers, they are also doing their bit to protect their canine friends