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Everything you need to know about the dog microchipping law changes including how much it costs and fines

As of Wednesday April 6, the dog microchipping law is changing and if you don’t abide by it, you could be fined. If you don’t know all about the new rules and what you need to do, we’ve got all of the information from the RSPCA and Dog’s Trust. What is changing? From Wednesday April 6, it is compulsory to …

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Dogs loose on A4232 in Cardiff cause three-car crash

Image copyright Traffic Wales Three cars crashed on one of Cardiff’s main roads after two dogs ran on to the carriageway. Traffic ground to a halt on the A4232 southbound after the accident between Culverhouse Cross and the B4267 at Leckwith at about 07:10 GMT on Friday. One of the dogs was killed but South Wales Police officers managed to …

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Welsh Election 2016: Labour just short as UKIP wins seats

Media captionA montage of some of the major moments of the election night in Wales Labour has fallen short of a majority in the Welsh Assembly as UKIP won its first seats in the Senedd. Former Tory MPs Neil Hamilton and Mark Reckless were among seven UKIP AMs elected via the regional lists. Labour remains the largest party with 29 …

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Dogs are the most abused animals in Wales, according to new RSPCA figures

WARNING: some images are distressing Cruelty to dogs was the most common complaint investigated by the RSPCA in Wales last year. Almost 60% of complaints made to the charity related to dogs, compared to nearly 21% which related to cats – the second most abused pet. The charity’s annual prosecution statistics, published today , show there were 5,918 investigations into …

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Sheepdog makes incredible 12-day 240-mile journey back to his original owner

Four-year-old Pero was given to farm in Cockermouth, Cumbria for a trial But around one month later the dog went missing while herding sheep Farmer Alan James from Penrhyncoch, Wales, then saw dog on doorstep The loyal pooch had travelled 240 miles in 12 days to get back to his owner  By Kate Samuelson For Mailonline Published: 18:18, 25 April 2016 …

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These cinema tell a story of Cardiff’s Roath Park and a story behind the iconic features

The story of a Cardiff park that non-stop in 1894. as explained by internal historian and former librarian Anne Bell. Loved by many people who visit a parks of Cardiff, Roath Park has a abounding story of attractions via a existence. It strictly non-stop in 1894 and given afterwards has had a special place in a hearts of a people …

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A gym for DOGS is going to open in Wales

Is your pooch looking a bit podgy? Your labrador being lazy? Your chihuahua just plain chubby? Well Wales’ first dedicated doggy gym is set to open next month, complete with treadmills and yoga balls. The Dognasium in Swansea will also host a canine weight management class – dubbed doggy Weight Watchers – where pets will be weighed and owners encouraged …

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This Cardiff cat went missing for two months and was found 200 miles away in England

A cat that went missing more than two months ago has been reunited with its owner – after being found 200 miles away. When Oscar vanished from his home in Cardiff in December his owners Danielle and Becky Spencer were so distraught they could not celebrate Christmas. But their misery turned to delight last week when they received a phone …

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Dog ‘stuck in gap’ needs re-homing after Cardiff rescue

Image copyright Charli James / Friends of the Dogs Wales A charity has launched a search to re-home a dog that was found trapped in a six-inch gap in Cardiff. Bracken the lurcher was found in a garden in Wentloog, “starving, bleeding and close to death”. The one-year-old was whimpering when a passerby heard him and called the dog wardens. …

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Carlos Carvalhal praises dog-like Sheffield Wednesday

The Owls guaranteed themselves a spot in the Championship playoffs.   As quoted by Eurosport, Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal likened his side to dogs following Saturday’s 3-0 win over Cardiff City which earned a playoff spot. The Owls pulled a rousing second-half performance out of the bag to beat the stubborn Welsh outfit, with two goals from Gary Hooper, …

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