Posted January 24, 2018 by Rebecca West

Thanks to people like Dian Fossey, a primatologist who devoted much of her life to studying and saving gorillas in the wild, Africa's mountain gorillas are receiving the veterinary care they need.

Posted January 23, 2018 by Rebecca West

Word trends are nothing new. In fact, history is rife with them. Merriam-Webster has given a little added juice to one word they've been watching grow in popularity, and dog lovers are totally down with it.

Posted January 20, 2018 by Myra Per-Lee

"What big teeth you have Mr. Pacu."

"The better to eat you with Mr. Fisherman."

(with apologies to the Brothers Grimm)
Posted January 19, 2018 by Rebecca West

Delta Airlines is tightening its regulations in regards to traveling with service dogs and emotional support animals in response to a rising number of unfortunate incidents on flights since 2016.

Posted January 17, 2018 by Rebecca West

An Ohio veterinarian has debunked a myth floating around on Facebook concerning the toxicity of a certain cleaning product in connection to pet deaths. Don't believe everything you read on social media.

Posted January 14, 2018 by Rebecca West

An experimental drug is being hailed by some pet owners as nothing short of miraculous for saving canine lives. Now, scientists are looking for a way to apply it to humans suffering from the disease.

Posted January 11, 2018 by Rebecca West

An increase in dog flu this season has got a number of pet owners and veterinarians concerned about our four-legged friends. Find out more about it and what you need to do to try and combat it.

Posted January 3, 2018 by Myra Per-Lee

Cats and humans may both respond to catnip, but their responses are not the same. You won't get high as a cat, but there are reasons you should try it!