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A pet's name should be easy to call and be comprehensible to the animal.
MELAKA: The packs of stray dogs in Klebang and other areas under the jurisdiction of the Hang Tuah Jaya Municipal Council (MPHTJ) are not wild dogs or dingoes, says a senior Melaka official.
NAIROBI, Sept. 5 (Xinhua) -- Jaylee Julius Were was relaxing at his family compound located on the eastern edges of the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, running his fingers through the dense fur of Trixie, a four-month-old playful puppy.
Teacup dogs are like living stuffed animals. However, experts say that breeding such small dogs, many of whom are Internet stars, counts as animal abuse. Breeders disagree.
The coat of a Doberman might shine in a wonderful blue-black, while sweet little Labrador pups can have a silvery shimmer. But animal rights activists warn real animal lovers to steer clear of buying a dog with such a coat.
KUCHING: Local authorities in Sarawak will have better control over the dog population and licensing with the introduction of new by-laws.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea aims to regulate the increasingly common ownership of pets in a bid to promote an unsupervised sector that the government sees as economic growth opportunity, and to crack down on animal abuse and neglect.
SEOUL: South Korea aims to regulate the increasingly common ownership of pets in a bid to promote an unsupervised sector that the government sees as economic growth opportunity, and to crack down on animal abuse and neglect.
CATS are all the rage these days – bookstores are lined with dozens of photo books featuring cute little felines, and they’re popular online as well. The furry things are also gaining ground on dogs as the pet of choice. Why are they latching onto so many hearts?