Pechin’ pooches and their equally puggled owners enjoyed Glamis Castle at its springtime best in a canine craze sweeping the country. Almost 200 owners and their pets converged on Angus for a Fur Nations event pitting participant countries against each other in the first visit of the exciting sport of CaniX to the 600-year-old Angus landmark.
Guide dogs can transform the lives of those with sight loss. But the people who work with the dogs are critical to their success, as Gayle Ritchie discovers when she visits the Guide Dogs Training School in Forfar
Golfers across Dundee face having to leave their canine caddies at home, after new rules introduced to the cities courses banned dogs from accompanying them.
Golfers across Dundee face having to leave their canine caddies at home after new rules introduced to the cities courses banned dogs from accompanying them.
I take a dog to work this week. I know it’s not the right time. ‘Take a dog to work’ day is actually supposed to happen in June.
Last June I wrote about eight enterprising girls calling themselves Atte HUSKYteers, who set themselves a challenge to complete a six-day, 285km dog sled adventure through the Arctic wilderness, across the roof of the world.
Well, ‘tis done. A new decade dawns and we have all survived the trauma. Frankly, I don’t feel any different. Nor do I think I look any older. Others may disagree, but age is truly just a number.