The results of a new study have demonstrated that animal-assisted therapy can foster social competence in patients with brain injuries and increase their emotional involvement during therapy.
A new study has demonstrated that dogs can accurately sniff out cancer in blood. This canine cancer detection could lead to new noninvasive, inexpensive ways to detect cancer.
Humans who live with cats and regularly call them by their names have always known that cats, like their canine … More
Those working in the animal rescue and foster care arenas may want to shift some of their helping efforts to … More
Following its January canned dog food recall, Hill’s Pet Nutrition has issued an expanded recall of more canned dog food … More
A new scientific study has revealed that wolves and domesticated pet dogs are actually a lot alike. In fact, both … More
A new study has demonstrated that when coyote parents become habituated to humans, their offspring become more habituated, too. This … More
A new study has confirmed what many people who share their lives with dogs have suspected: Humans actually shape their … More
Apes are so intelligent that they weigh their options. This is the conclusion of a new animal cognition study that … More
Some synthetic and industrialized (naturally occurring chemicals that have been synthetically-altered) that have been shown to be toxic for humans … More
Findings from new research suggest that fish might possess far higher cognitive powers than previously thought. More specifically, the results … More
To some people doing research on cloned monkeys to help find cures for human diseases might seem perfectly acceptable. But … More