Many birds are busy nest building in our garden and we are doing our bit to help with ample supply of soft warm fluff from our coats.
Fuel prices affect all of us as it dictates the price of our food, our chews and how far our human mums and dads take us places for our walks. So it is great news to see both petrol and diesel below one pound once more.
Keeping Rufus and I well fed is one of the main challenges facing our human parents on a daily basis, especially when we are out for a long walk and miles away from our normal food supplies of cans, kibble or just a piece of veg.
Being so close to the ground we notice things the humans often miss. This was the case a few days ago when we spotted this Environment Agency benchmark stud in Carlisle.
Black squares on a white background don’t often get my attention but a number of A4 sheets of paper have appeared all over Carlisle Railway station and I am curious as to why?
Buster, the RAF hero passed away on 16th July. The 13 year old Springer Spaniel died peacefully at his owner’s home in Lincolnshire where he had been enjoying retirement with his handler Will and two other canine companions.
Dogs and humans are similar in many ways but what is it with their obsession with a certain tune or a long lost food.
Whilst waiting at Carlisle Railway Station the other day we noticed a number of litter bins fixed to a wall across many lines of active railway track and wondered if they had ever been used.
New Guide Dog pup named after the founder of rugby William Webb Ellis.
Owney was a scruffy mutt who became a regular fixture at the Albany, New York, post office in 1888.