Horses can suffer from allergies and asthma. Now new research reveals that Fall can make both worse for horses, what the triggers are, how it actually affects horses, as well as remedies or workarounds.
According to the results of new study cat owners fall into five categories in terms of their attitudes to their pets’ roaming and hunting.
Having a dog that is frequently fearful of new situations, noises, and things like height can be challenging for dogs and their owners. But now we are starting to understand the triggers of those fears and more importantly, the remedies. While genes (breed) plays a role, a new scientific study has discovered that the more dogs are engaged in activities and the more diverse experiences and canine friends they have, the less fearful they are in new situations and environments.
Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab keeps tabs on the country’s bee species.
A new, 10-year study examined 35 dog breeds and found vulnerability to dog health risks from neutering varies greatly depending on the breed.
Dogs are actually much older than we previously estimated. Now researchers have devised a more accurate formula to calculate a dog’s age based on the chemical changes in the DNA as organisms grow old.
Scientists hoping to help save the lives of our furry friends have conducted a research study to find out why cats are twice as likely to survive a venomous snakebite than dogs. The results revealed the secret lies in the effects of snake venom on the blood clotting agents in dogs and cats and on the behavioral differences between cats and dogs…
A new survey study has revealed that some cats appear to experience separation anxiety when their human family members are away.
New information has been released regarding pets and coronavirus. The new findings demonstrated that cats and kittens are at particular risk.
Dogs and Divorce: How do judges determine which person gets custody over the dog? One scientist says: Do not let the dog choose.
The findings of a recent study support the idea that dogs exhibiting what has been commonly thought of as “separation anxiety” are actually just really frustrated to be in the position of lock-down or being housebound.
We know that like us, rats are intelligent, kind and empathic and sometimes experience regret, have an active memory life, laugh and play games, plan ahead, engage in bartering and trading, are super helpful, and are great at tasks, using tools and learning. So why, when we have scientific evidence of all of these attributes, do we treat rats so inhumanely–in the scientific lab, as well as the outer world?