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    A TWO-YEAR-OLD boy has died from horrific injuries a week after being "torn apart" by his family’s pet German Shepherds. Little Yegor died after a desperate ten-day fight for his life in hospital following the attack which took place on his birthday. 5Little Yegor was hospitalised after the attackCredit: FACEBOOK/TATIANA GUBA 5The boy was loaded on a military helicopter before being transported to the city of Dnipro, UkraineCredit: FACEBOOK/TATIANA GUBA During this period of time, his condition remained critical while he was on ventilator and kidney dialysis in Dnipro, Ukraine. The child’s heart stopped beating one day after doctors reported a slight improvement in his condition. The tragedy unfolded on September 18 when Yegor was celebrating his second birthday. The toddler reportedly walked outside unnoticed while his parents...
    A TWO-YEAR-OLD boy is fighting for his life after being attacked by his family’s pet German Shepherds on his birthday. Little Yegor might lose his leg after being “torn apart” by the two guard dogs. 4Yegor is currently in intensive care on a ventilatorCredit: FACEBOOK/TATIANA GUBA 4The little boy was airlifted to a specialist hospitalCredit: FACEBOOK/TATIANA GUBA The horrific incident happened on Friday when he was celebrating his second birthday. The toddler reportedly walked outside unnoticed while his parents were sitting at a table with their guests. It is understood Yegor was wandering around the courtyard when the dogs broke out of their enclosure and attacked him. After realising he was missing, his parents, from the small town of Selydove...
    It’s puppy love at first swipe. A new relationship Web site has hit the dating market, but there’s a catch: All users must have four legs. The site, called Pinder, is a play on the widely popular dating app Tinder, but instead of swiping right or left on a potential human hookup, all of the eligible singles are pets, The Post has learned. “We’re just taking the effective format of Tinder and applying it to the pet community,” said Pinder founder Kevin Botero. The site is new, but a quick scan of users shows a pooch named Max from Seattle dressed as a postman, a Brooklyn-based terrier named Charlie rocking a “Where’s Waldo” suit, a pig named Lucy who’s based...
    It’s puppy love at first swipe. A new relationship Web site has hit the dating market, but there’s a catch: All users must have four legs. The site, called Pinder, is a play on the widely popular dating app Tinder, but instead of swiping right or left on a potential human hookup, all of the eligible singles are pets, The Post has learned. “We’re just taking the effective format of Tinder and applying it to the pet community,” said Pinder founder Kevin Botero. The site is new, but a quick scan of users shows a pooch named Max from Seattle dressed as a postman, a Brooklyn-based terrier named Charlie rocking a “Where’s Waldo” suit, a pig named Lucy who’s based...
    SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio pet parents are finding camaraderie and support in a social media community group during the pandemic. San Antonio Animal Care Services says membership on the Pet Parents of SATX Facebook page has doubled during the pandemic. To keep pets in homes, animal welfare groups help owners Claudia Balarin, with ACS, said membership jumped from about 500 to 1,100 since the start of the year. “Now, especially, people that are working from home, they’re able to spend time with their pet more,” she said. “So they’re able to share more pictures of them or see how to keep their pets entertained, activities to do with their pets. And they’re able to use that group as a...
    North Carolina earthquake with 5.1-magnitude strikes north of Charlotte at Virginia border Dollar Tree, Family Dollar reverse decision to require masks at all stores, but request customers wear them Pet Parents Say This No-Spill Water Bowl Is Perfect for Messy Dogs As wonderful as dogs are, there’s no denying that taking care of them can be a messy undertaking. From shedding-prone breeds to overeager pups who are capable of destroying furniture, even the cutest dogs can wreak havoc sometimes. So it’s no wonder that Amazon shoppers constantly search for products that might make cleaning up after their furry pals a bit easier.  © Provided by People Amazon Those who own a messy water-drinker are singing praises for LumoLeaf’s No-Spill...