Covid saves the old British shepherd dog

The old British Shepherd breed was saved from extinction after lifestyle changes meant many owners prepared to take on large, shaggy dogs, reports Time. The breed was placed on the Kennel Club’s vulnerable list in 2020 after the annual number of new puppies registered fell below 300. But in 2021, breeders are reporting numbers. registration of 377 puppies, an increase of 66%. The Kennel Club recognizes lifestyle changes related to the Covid pandemic, such as people working from home and families moving out of town.

‘Dirty behavior’ at Winnie the Pooh’s house

Police are controlling vandals in “Winnie the Pooh’s family-friendly forest home”, reports Daily Star. Families flock to the site in hopes of walking through scenery associated with the AA Milne books, but “due to increased dirty behavior”, these days families are “more likely to see sightings” a seesaw feeder truck rather than a charming cartoon bear,” said the paper. Police are urging those engaged in “acts of a sexual nature” not to visit the Sussex scenic spot.

‘Mysterious force’ destroys Wiltshire Road

Flight B4069 in Wiltshire was severely damaged by “mysterious forces”, Daily telegram. One stretch of the road was damaged so badly that the runway was completely flipped or tilted 45 degrees in some places, but no one knows what caused “earthquake-like damage”. Dr Mark McClelland, Wiltshire Council cabinet member for transport said: “The foundation underneath has slipped and we need to understand why that is happening. Covid saves the old British shepherd dog

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