Having a pet is a choice. It is something that people choose to live with because they feel they are equipped with the skills on how to take care of their pets. However, people fail to see...
New findings show that a North Carolina family’s dog thought to be the nation’s first such pet to test positive for COVID-19 was likely never infected. Veterinary laboratories for the U.S. Department of Agriculture said a series of tests on Winston, a pug...
Happier days are ahead for a beloved 53-year-old pet tortoise whose owner died of COVID-19.Ms. Jennifer, a “very sweet” reptile, came to the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ Boston adoption center on May 9, communications...
He’s got a Ph.D. in being a very good boy.Well, technically it’s an honorary doctorate in veterinary medicine, but either way, Moose is a very accomplished dog.The 8-year-old Labrador retriever has worked as a therapy dog at Virginia Tech’s...
As an anthrozoologist, Clarissa Black understands the relationships between people and their animal companions and how those relationships can promote healing. While zoologists study animals, anthrozoologists study the relationships between animals and humans. And Black’s experience of those benefits...
Get the latest on coronavirus. Sign up to the Daily Brief for news, explainers, how-tos, opinion and more.Cruel scammers are exploiting Brits’ love of animals and desire for company amid the coronavirus lockdown by selling them fake pets through online...
WEBBVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Police seized 90 dogs from a no-kill animal shelter in Kentucky due to its allegedly poor conditions, and charged its owner after dead cats and dogs were found in the facility’s freezer. The dogs were taken...
I don’t know how to grieve. I live in New York City, the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic ― and I just lost my dog. The media blasts photos and news reports of devastation ― refrigerated trucks for dead bodies, mass...
In what’s thought to be a U.S. first, a North Carolina family’s dog was confirmed to have tested positive for the coronavirus this week.Dr. Heather McLean of Chapel Hill said her pug, Winston, had been experiencing mild symptoms in...
If you’ve made it this far through the coronavirus pandemic with your mental health more or less intact, there’s a good chance it’s partly because of your dog. They’re participating in Zoom calls. They’re giving us new ways to...
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