This week: Many people with dog allergies only allergic to males, wildlife thrives in a nuclear wasteland, and checking out dog photos online could you make you more productive.
This week: A new veterinary school will break ground in Texas despite controversy, a mysterious Leptospirosis outbreak in Utah, and 23 funny tweets about the differences between cat owners and dog owners.
This week: Pet insurance payouts hit new highs, heat-seeking dog noses, and UC Davis named top veterinary school (again).
This week: Dogs could suffer when quarantine ends, there are roadblocks in the way of finding a coronavirus vaccine, and a rare species of dog fights for survival in the Amazon.
There’s no question that stay-at-home orders have impacted pets and their owners. Now, a new survey from Banfield Pet Hospital reveals how, and to what degree. The results show a paradigm shift, the effects of which are likely to change how people view and care for their pets for a long time to come.
Cats with SARS-CoV-2 can give it to other cats. That’s according to researchers who infected cats with SARS-CoV-2 to see what would happen when those cats were exposed to other, uninfected cats.
Are you ready for another pandemic? Not later, after this one is over—right now. Because it is a possibility. And it starts with pigs.
This week: Coronavirus hampers help for feral cats in Canada, buying drugs on Facebook’s black market, and AAHA’s only accredited zoo tests a gorilla for COVID.
A couple of Canadian researchers may have figured out why cats get COVID and dogs don’t: a mutation in the gene that provides a vector for the novel coronavirus.
This week: Not all service dogs make the cut, active dogs are less fearful, and veterinary students in Georgia will learn to care for bees.