Posted by Ron Callari

Cloning mammals was highly inefficient in the 20th Century. It wasn’t until 1996 when the case of Dolly the sheep received world-wide notoriety that the technology made a major leap forward.

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

If Jamaica can have an Olympic bobsled team then so can a dachshund. Well, in theory anyway.

Posted by Rebecca West

What are American's searching for more than any other country with its own automotive industry? Pet-friendly accessories to make their pet's drive safer and more comfortable, that's what.

Posted by Lady Bee

You would hardly expect to use a Chuckit! Launcher and Chuckit! Ball in your home unless you wanted to smash a chandelier, knock down a lamp, or break a few choice antiques on your coffee table.

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

Order up! One toasted cat on a afghan for the crazy cat lady at table number one!

Posted by Lady Bee

According to veterinarians, pet birds miss foraging, preferring to work for their food than to have it 'handed to them.' Here are three special foraging feeder toys your pet birds will enjoy.

Coyote ugly indeed: a wandering wily coyote later found to be rabid snarled at, stared down and chewed on a family's car, presumably a Plymouth Roadrunner.

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

Bird watchers in Colorado are all a-twitter about the fact that snowy owls have returned to the state after many years.