According to a new scientific study dogs can smell when humans are under stress.
What happens to all the animals in the many zoos and wildlife sanctuaries during Florida’s Hurricane Ian?
Researchers have employed a new scientific method for offering a much better estimation of the number of ants wandering the planet.
A new cat translator app reportedly helps cat owners decipher what their pets are trying to tell them.
Researchers conducting the first large-scale study of its kind have recently found that the odds of a dog becoming afflicted with canine dementia rises by more than 50% with each year of age.
An unidentified virus has been sickening and killing dozens of dogs in northern Michigan over the past month. The unidentified virus appears similar to canine parvovirus in symptoms. The new unidentified virus is suspected to have come from Louisiana. It kills dogs within three days of symptoms.
The results of a new scientific study reveal that dogs do cry–and they cry the most when reunited with their human family members.
Lolita is a killer whale who was captured some 52 long years ago, and forced to exist in a small enclosure to entertain humans. Animal welfare activists have been working for decades to get her set free. Now, it appears, that day may be finally coming.
Hippos could be added to the list of the world’s most endangered animals because of dwindling populations caused by the climate crisis, poaching and the ivory trade.
Last week the migrating monarch butterfly was added to the “red list” of threatened species and categorized as “endangered” for the first time. Here are practical ways you can personally help save the monarch butterflies.
We now have scientific evidence that sheds new light on how dogs experience and navigate the world. Scientists now have documented evidence that dogs’ sense of smell is integrated with their vision and other unique parts of the brain.
Overcrowded, inhumane conditions at animal shelters that are so bad shelter dogs go for weeks without walks and some have been unable to leave their cramped cages for weeks–and even months.