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  1. It didn't happen in Salford but who doesn't love a good old fashioned police dog story? GMP's dog unit put in a sterling performance overnight as eight arrests were made with their support across Greater Manchester, including the arrest of a man following a series of catalytic converter thefts in south Manchester. Police were called to four reports of stolen catalytic converters in the Didsbury of Manchester in the early hours of Thursday 25 February 2021 between 12.57am and 1.04am. Officers spotted a suspicious vehicle matching the descriptions given by members of the
  2. Owners and their furry friends are encouraged to visit Clifton Country Park on Sunday 22 July for a day of doggy delights. .map-responsive{ overflow:hidden; padding-bottom:32.4%; position:relative; height:0; border: 2px solid #fff; background: #262e33; border-radius: 2px 2px 2px 2px; } Running from 11am to 4pm the Dogs in Salford Festival will feature a dog show, agility course and temptation alley. Dogs will be able to get free health checks, chipping and nail clipping thanks to the PDSA. And while their canine companions are being pam
  3. Warnings have been given as it would appear that Alabama Rot is back in Salford after a number of cases of the disease have been identified in dogs by vets4pets. At going to press there are 23 confirmed cases within a 20-mile radius of Salford of the disease which can kill 9/10 of the dogs it infects, according to the vets4pets.co.uk website. The latest death comes after a dog was thought to have contracted the disease whilst being walked around the Boothstown area of Salford. It should be noted that only 3 of the confirmed cases have been reported from within the Salford
  4. Animal Lovers are once more set to protest outside Dogs4Us this coming Sunday 20th November at 1pm, as MP's are to demand new laws to put an end to the barbaric trade in farmed puppies later this week. The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs committee will seek a ban on the sale of puppies by pet shops and online deals. This comes as the 'industry' in farmed puppies has been put under the spotlight this year after an investigation by the BBC, which came after a previous investigation in 2009 by Sky News who ran a report which drew attention to the mass breeding of pedigree pups on an indu
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