This week, a study busts the “crazy cat lady” myth, panthers stumble into trouble in Florida, and some veterinary ophthalmic products get recalled.
This week: Paying for parking tickets with cat food, facial recognition software for dogs, and a man who claims deworming medication for dogs cured his cancer.
Most people love Fourth of July fireworks. Pets, not so much. Noisy fireworks can terrify pets and trigger an instinctive fight-or-flight response. Faced with repeated thundering explosives, fleeing is the natural reaction. That’s when a microchip can come in mighty handy.
This week: World’s ugliest dog isn’t a Chinese crested, a new groom’s best man is man’s best friend, and a cat takes an unexpected bath—in a washing machine.
Studies continue to show that allowing employees to bring their pets to work is good business because it’s good for employee morale, and that’s good for the bottom line. And there’s no better time to take note of that than today—the 21st annual Take Your Dog to Work Day (TYDTWD).
Climate change is spreading dog diseases to places they’ve never been before, the top 10 cities at risk for heartworm in June, and French stories about a mythical, cat-like predator turn out to be true.
This week: A man attacks a bear who attacked his dog and pays the price, 142 cats rescued from Iowa cat hoarder’s home, and the CDC warns not to get too cozy with that hedgehog.
This week: A woman goes to unthinkable lengths to be buried with her dog, where to get a college degree in dog training, and a scientist wants to know if dolphins live happily in captivity.
This week: A dog-flipping ring gets busted in Vegas, cat tuberculosis outbreak in the United Kingdom linked to raw cat food diet, and why you should never do anything in front of a dog cam that you wouldn’t do in front of a baby cam.
This week: New veterinary school grads face mixed financial bag, cruel fraternity prank involving dog prompts internet outcry, and endangered animals at risk of extinction by the most feared predator in the Australian outback: the domestic cat.