This week: This year’s oddest pet insurance claim gets paranormal, animals who can navigate by the stars, and a list of all the animals who’ve ever been launched into space.
This week: Invasive species help drive global pet trade, dog chemo for a fox, and pet owners may be heading back to the office—with their pets.
This week: The world’s oldest living pet celebrates another birthday, Japanese scientists get the green light to grow human organs in animals, and you might want to rethink posting pet photos online.
This week: FDA announces dog food recall, the secrets of FeLV revealed, and singing dogs in the wild are very much alive.
This week: Great apes vaccinated against COVID, the world’s oldest pet cemetery, and a new blindness gene is uncovered in a canine study.
New research indicates that commercially available dog food made with human-grade ingredients results in less fecal output than kibble-based dog food.
This week: Owning a dog can lower your risk of death from almost anything, invasive pets are becoming a problem in some US cities, and a new study answers the age-old question: who’s smarter, dog people or cat people?
Feline hyperthyroidism was first diagnosed in cats in 1979. One year later, in 1980, 1 in 200 cats were diagnosed with feline hyperthyroidism. Today, an estimated 1 in 10 cats are affected.
This week: Another downside to legalized pot and a pit bull gets some good press. Plus: can dogs help your headaches go away?
Dog owners might want to consider getting their pet one of those word of the day desk calendars (and a desk to put it on): Researchers in Great Britain have discovered that dogs are able to identify new words when someone speaks them, as well as the someone new who’s speaking them.