Thousands of beagles that were bred to be sold to laboratories have been rescued and are about to hit shelters around the U.S. These dogs need new adoptive homes. Read on to find out how to adopt one of these dogs.
Scientists are asking for U.S. volunteers who live with cats to participate in a new research project.
Pawternity Leave, giving employees time off to care for new pets, is starting to be recognized by more companies.
Rats are being trained to assist human rescuers locate survivors stuck in earthquake debris. The animals are a part of The Hero Rats Project.
New York’s highest court is set to determine whether Happy, a 47-year-old Asian elephant living at the Bronx Zoo, is being unlawfully imprisoned.
Dallas, Texas joins more than 400 municipalities across the U.S. that have banned the sale of puppies and kittens in pet stores.
Researchers have produced a new protocol for screening skin allergens from cosmetics and other products that does not require animal testing.
According to new scientific research, the way we talk around animals and the way we talk to animals may have an impact on their well-being.
New research findings suggest that children living with a dog may have an advantage of developing protection from contracting Crohn’s Disease (a common inflammatory bowel disease) later in life.
A new scientific study has revealed that chimpanzees engage in complex vocalizations with almost 400 words.
There is a new trend in pets: thousands of people all over the world are swapping their hamsters and cats for praying mantises, stick insects and other types of bugs as pets.
Selective breeding has led to serious health problems among some breeds that veterinarians warn can cause these dogs a “lifetime of suffering”.