We have never had children but would like to ask all parents this. When you experience a birth do you instantly become interested in or affectionate towards other babies and small people?
Our local yoga centre, in Marylebone, has a yoga dog called Jalebi. She is a 10-month old Sheltie.
If a well known vet becomes ‘the face’ of a product such as a pharmaceutical or a campaign, are you more likely to trust that product?
Our attitudes to behaviour modification in animals are hypocritical, speciest and ineffective. No wonder dog-bite hospital admissions are on the rise and rescue centres are overflowing.
Whatever happened to the cute attraction of a cuddly hamster or the irresistible eyes of a tiny kitten? Nowadays kids are banging on about exotics when it comes to their choice of pet. A python or an iguana has replaced the fluff ball to become a child’s requisite scaly friend.
A new puppy has arrived in our block but the other residents are revolting. Read into that what you may but anyone who objects to an eight-week-old puppy crying for its mother whilst being pacified by a frantic owner, must be pretty unreasonable.
There has been another email about dog hair in the studio. We pride ourselves on being the only radio show, up until now, that’s been allowed to bring dogs into the studio.
Whatever your opinions may be concerning reality television, it would take a hard soul not to have been moved at the sight of Julian Clary reunited with his mutts for five minutes in the Diary Room
The craze for ‘dogshaming’, is sweeping through the nation with as much enthusiasm as ‘planking’. Its intent is to flush out four-legged culprits of bad behavior in an attempt to name and shame.
How ironic that while Britain is renowned as a nation of dog lovers, the latest figures show the number of dog bite victims is at an all time high.
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