This week: Bad news for puppies in China’s Shang dynasty, Walmart’s launching an online pet pharmacy, and the reason so many cats look like they’re wearing socks.
This week: Killing feral cats in the Outback one sausage at a time, saving feral cats in Chicago one bite of kibble at a time, and how taking a “nature pill” can help stressed-out hospital staff chill.
This week: A stolen dog turns up 2,000 miles from the scene of the crime, a new bill could allow California veterinarians to recommend cannabis, and a new species of giant prehistoric cat is discovered in a drawer—so really, how big could it be . . . ?
This week: Arizona has a new veterinary school in the works, the world’s luckiest dog survives a swim, and a new scholarship program for veterinary technicians.
This week: Abandoning a pet fish isn’t nice but it’s not against the law in North Carolina, a beagle finds a buried woolly rhino bone, and dogs dislike negative people as much as you do.
This week: Pet food recalls involving Salmonella in one brand and little pieces of plastic in another, veterinarians line up against each other over donor dogs in California, and the mystery of Scotland’s “Dog Suicide Bridge.”
This week: Job opportunities for 175 veterinarians, shelter pets get a special designation in Ohio, and you’ll never guess which dog breed was named most popular . . . AGAIN.
This week: Pet-friendly hotels have vacancies, German family’s dog winds up on eBay to pay back taxes, and a sled-dog wannabe tackles the Iditarod—very briefly.
This week: Fear the Walking Deer, a cop cops narcotics from an Iowa hospital, and the FDA releases an update on its investigation into diet-linked heart disease in dogs.
This week: A man who goes to take a toke stumbles on a tiger, six veterinary schools band together in a consortium of learning, and guess which breed won the Westminster Dog Show . . . again?