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Malaga Dog Party returns THIS WEEKEND with parades, dog hairdressing, a charity race, live music and more
All entrants will receive a welcome bag of goodies from Tiendanimal, while the company also has stands to educate children on caring for animals
The Doger cafe in Madrid, the only one of its kind in Spain, has been a hit amongst animal lovers, with 12 dogs adopted to date
Europe’s first fire ants that make cats and dogs go blind found in Marbella and could take TWO YEARS...
The finding of the invasive creature, published in the journal Iberomyrmex, is thought to have been in part due to increased temperatures on the Costa del Sol
The company has proven a hit, growing at a rate of 80% year-on-year since its inception
RESIDENTS are demanding action after a spate of shootings left three cats dead and at least three seriously injured.Police are now probing the shootings...
A CEMETERY on the outskirts of Malaga has announced its plans to expand and include a pet area by 2019.If approved, Parcemasa says it...
THE Partido Popular will submit a change to the country's civil code today to declare pets as 'beings' rather then 'objects'. The change will protect...
BRITISH pet owners are growing concerned that if Brexit negotiations fail they will no longer be able to travel to the EU with their...
EXCLUSIVE: ‘Pet killer’ poison in ANOTHER area of Marbella as British expat’s dog killed in just 20 minutes
POLICE are probing at least two parks linked to the deaths of over a dozen dogs on the Costa del Sol by poisoning.According to...
Posh Pets Spain is a unique pet company offering a wide range of pet services on the Costa del Sol
Impulse purchases are thought to lead to pet abandonment
Woman threw a neighbour's Chihuahua out of a window in Jaen
Nazli Kreft from the Pointer Clinic explains all you need to know about travelling with dogs
EXCLUSIVE: Mercadona's own brand Compy has been withdrawn from the shelves around Almeria, after expats complaints. BY WENDY WILLIAMS
The pair of dogs woke up the family one by one and led them to safety
From January pets travelling within the EU will no longer need a blood test and will only have to wait 21 days from the date of the rabies vaccination before travelling