A new canine sleep study could serve as a baseline for future research on chronic pain and cognitive dysfunction in dogs—which could lead to improved detection and treatment.
There are a number of pain scoring scales specifically developed for measuring pain in cats, but only two were validated for clinical use—until now.
Sometimes it’s hard to tell. But a new study by Canadian researchers based on the records of 19 million cats says that fatter is the answer.
Can music help calm a cat who’s freaked out by a visit to the veterinarian? A new study says yes—if the cat’s musical taste is taken into account.
New research reveals that the Feline Temperament Profile gives animal rescue groups an additional tool in their toolbox to help cats find homes.
A new study offers hope for reducing the incidence of URIs in animals housed together.
It sounds like good news for dogs and bad news for humans. But that's only half right.
A new study on canine idiopathic epilepsy focuses on its effects on owners: it's worse than we thought. But just knowing that means there's hope.
New research indicates that selective breeding for brachycephalic features in cats has compromised their ability to accurately communicate fear, anxiety, and pain.
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