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A new study has revealed that one in 10 dog owners in Britain will actually spend more money on their dog than their partner this Christmas.
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Low wages and unemployment have blighted
Wage rises have slumped to well below the rate of inflation, and now sit at their lowest level for over two years, according to a new report.
A Wirral vet is advising motorists to take care that leftover anti-freeze is not consumed by animals this winter.
Hundreds of jobs have been axed with the closure of two bakeries by Hovis owner Premier Foods.
Over 700 employees at struggling electricals retailer Comet have been made redundant as the store closes some of its home delivery sites.
An animal home from Scotland has joined forces with Battersea Dogs and Cats Home to try and change the perception of Staffordshire Bull Terriers.
New research suggests that half a million pounds is expected to be spent on favourite pets this Christmas.
The fall in unemployment to its lowest level since summer 2011 has been hailed by the Government but experts were cautious about the news.
A global system is needed to monitor infectious diseases affecting pet dogs and cats in order to help protect their owners from illness, according to researchers.
Hundreds of social workers, park-keepers, childcare professionals and youth workers are likely to lose their job at a city council because of cuts.
New York and Hong Kong look set to overtake London as the world's biggest financial centres by 2015, according to reports in the Sunday Times.
Fundamental gaps in knowledge about animal welfare should be addressed by teaching children in school how to be good pet owners, claimed the PDSA.
A loyal pet spaniel saved the life of its owner who fell into a river and almost froze to death.
Hundreds of jobs could be cut due to "asset stripping" at construction materials company Tarmac, a major union has claimed.
More pets are being cast out by their owners with RSPCA figures showing almost 16,000 extra animals were abandoned in 2011 than in 2007.
Britain's Got Talent winners Ashleigh Butler and her dog, Pudsey, have officially launched the second edition of The Crufts Factor in a bid to find the UK's best dog.
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