This week: The Viking era was a good time to be a cat, thiamine concerns spark a cat food recall, and balancing motherhood and veterinary school ain’t easy (but you knew that).
This week: Dog-walking apps lose market share in China, women sleep better next to a dog than next to a person, and poop-DNA testing identifies dog owners who don’t pick up after their pets.
This week: A dating app for dog owners, pets go to college in Pennsylvania, and the naughtiest dog breeds based on BPD (Barks Per Day).
This week: Talking pot with pet owners is legalized in California, a new investment fund is betting on our love of pets, and an island off the coast of Taiwan hopes you’ll come visit their stray cats.
This week: Scotland Yard doesn’t get its man in the notorious case of the Croydon cat killer, veterinary students at Ohio State get to practice on patients who feel no pain, and if you applied for that viral job ad as a cat caretaker on a Greek island, you’re out of luck.
This week: Counting owls one disgusting pellet at a time, a job-search update on that viral ad for a pet sitter in paradise, and the dog-eat-dog world of dog-walking apps.
This week: The world’s first test-tube lions could help save big cats, a pet dog dies protecting a family during a bear attack, and Britons don’t do their homework before buying puppies.
This week: A high-calorie method for tracking climate change, a radio station programmed especially for cats, and find out how much it would cost you to go to veterinary school in 2018.
This week: If human surfers hang ten, what do dog surfers hang? Plus, scammers threaten to euthanize dogs who don’t exist, and Rachael Ray’s dog food line contains carcinogenic ingredients that aren’t very Yum-O!
This week: A veterinary school dropout’s home-surgery attempt goes badly, a drug-sniffing dog faces death threats from angry drug dealers, and the FDA recommends treatment options for dogs with Addison’s disease.