Looking to improve your fitness, but less keen on blowing hundreds of pounds on a gym membership? Then why not combine a new fitness regime with your dog's daily exercise? It's easy, and your dog will love it too.
Expert research has shown that the average cost of a monthly gym membership is £31*, which works out at £372 a year. So if you want to shed the pounds but keep your bank balance healthy too, exercising with your dog is the perfect solution.We've spoken to personal trainer Mickey Cunningham from Body Studio gym, and he's recommended these fun, effective and low-cost ways to get fit with your dog.
When 'Supercat' Shale had a horrific fall, her owner feared the worst. Here's how she fought her way back to health
We have two cats, Shale and Sable. We often call Shale 'Supercat', because when you hold her she likes to stretch out her legs in front of her, as though she were flying. We live on a top floor flat, with an outside roof terrace and a wide wall surrounding it. We installed a cat flap to allow the cats freedom out onto the terrace.
If cats really do have nine lives, it's safe to say that Lex from London has used nearly all of his, after a 70-mile journey in the engine bay of a van.
Curious Lex leapt into the van of a local animal-lover as she set off for Wood Green Animal Shelter near Cambridge.On arrival, the driver discovered Lex, covered in oil. Staff cleaned him up, checked him for injuries and
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