This week: Applications to veterinary school are way up, American Humane’s 2020 veterinary heroes, and where do pets go when they pass?
This week: Dogs will return to the White House, minks are declared a danger in Denmark, and bug-based pet food debuts in Europe.
This week: A bigger, better dog genome, a Boston hospital uses buttons to help a cat heal, and dogs know when you’re watching them play.
Everyone’s seen the photos, but not everyone knows the whole story. Read on . . .
When researchers at the University of Pennsylvania Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital (Penn Vet) shipped off a set of animal isolates to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for testing at the end of 2018, it was business as usual. The results they got back were anything but.
Because what he costs is one thing. What he’s worth is quite another. And according to a new paper, he’s worth around $10,000.
This week: The passing of the world’s first cloned cat, face mask theft skyrockets, and where do cats go when they’re out and about?
This week: Dogs teach machines to scent disease, unlicensed pet surgery caught on tape, and the fight to save the elusive fishing cat.
Many people think cats are hard to read, but some Canadian researchers wanted to find out just how true that is. And it turns out that some people can read cats pretty well.
This week: A protein that protects against Lyme disease, a clue to the cause of canine lung disease, and the pandemic leads to pet theft in the UK.