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New Zealand to Eradicate all Introduced Rodents

New Zealand plans to exterminate all rats, possums and other pests by 2050 in a world-first program designed to protect native birds such as the Kiwi. John Key, New Zealand’s prime minister, said the plan – which the government likened to the first moon landing – is due to begin next year and will use

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Dog Theft Action Charity and its Aims

Dog Theft Action provides information to the public about dog theft. We are primarily concerned with getting essential information to victims of dog theft so to assist them with their search for a missing or stolen pet, but we also aim to offer general guidance on responsible dog ownership and canine welfare. Mission Statement To

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Free Competition, Win Cat or Dog Food for a Year

Free Competition.  Win Free Pet Food for a Year for your cat or dog. How would you like to win the OSCAR service absolutely FREE FOR A YEAR? That’s a whole year of Free OSCAR food, delivered to your door! Cant be bad can it? Simply fill in your details for a chance to win

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How to Dog Bathe Correctly Video Tips

Dog bathe.  Bathing your dog tips When bathing your dog, scrub his coat in the direction you want the hair to grow. Get your dog squeaky clean with the helpful advice of a professional groomer in this free video on how to bathe your dog. Grooming your dog can be simple and pain-free when you

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Horses and Ponies May be Culled in South Yorkshire

Up to 50 horses and ponies face being culled after a Sheffield animal sanctuary announced it can’t afford to keep them. Mill House Animal Sanctuary has been rescuing horses in since 1948 but now urgently needs to raise £30,000 before the end of July 2016. The sanctuary has had difficulties to keep up with a

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17 Donkeys Rescued in Ireland Video

17 donkeys rescued The Donkey Sanctuary is an international animal welfare charity, based in the UK, working to protect and care for donkeys and mules. This started off as a routine check of cattle tags on a Meath farm by Department of Agriculture (DAFM) officials turned into a full on donkey rescue with a wholly unexpected twist

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Cycling in the UKs National Parks

Cycling in National Parks Cycling is a great way to explore the national parks, Britain’s breathing spaces. From family bike rides on woodland tracks and serene country roads, to challenging mountain bike rides on real mountains, taking to two wheels lets you appreciate the scenery, spot wildlife and visit out-of-the-way sites. Flat and family friendly

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Course Fishing – Things No One Tells You!

Everything smells in course fishing The fish smell. Your bait smells – whether it’s mouldy old cheese paste, sweaty maggots on the turn (which is when they get really ripe), fishmeal pellets or curry flavoured boillies. Yep curry! That’s course fishing You’ll become an instant stereotype And in so many ways that you didn’t imagine

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Thornberry Animal Sanctuary Near Sheffield

Thornberry Animal Sanctuary There is always a lot of hard work to be done at an animal  sanctuary of our size so the people we rely on here include a team of trustees, staff members, volunteers and friends. Without all of these people we would not be able to survive as a sanctuary. In an

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Win a Thinking Cats Tea Set – FREE COMPETITION

Win a Free Competition This week, they are offering one lucky reader the chance to win a gorgeous Jane Ormes Thinking Cats tea set, worth over £50, from Coldnose. One cat lover will receive a teapot, jug, sugar pot and matching mug from the Thinking Cats range, ideal for the purrfect kitty-themed tea party. Exciting online

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