Read pet and veterinary news and reports from around the globe.
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There have been cats in the Hermitage ever since the days of the Elizabeth Petrovna. Teresa Levonian Cole meets some of the 74 cats that guard the Hermitage Museum’s artistic treasures from mice.
Spring and Summer are great seasons for pet-related events, as the weather is warming up and animals and humans alike are itching to get out, get active and do something. The city of Toronto is never short on fundraisers and the like, and many of them are to raise awareness for a pet-related charity or rescue.
As couples went out for nice dinners and grocery stores boasted red, pink and white candies galore, the Baltimore Humane Society held a Valentine’s Day celebration of its own Thursday afternoon.
A new pilot study of 3,000 Golden Retrievers is hoping to find a cure for three major canine cancers – bone cancer, lymphoma (cancer of the lymph nodes) and a cancer in the blood vessels called hemangiosarcoma.
When you bring home a newly-adopted dog, you can expect her to be confused and unsure of herself for the first few days. Find out as much information as possible about her former life, her behavior and personality.
Unsure about what type of cat litter to use? Toronto’s Pet Examiner, Chelsea Oliver, tested the Clorox brand. We haven’t tried it at Richmond Hill Animal Hospital yet, but for those who are interested here’s her report!
Groups from across the country brought dogs, some of them therapy animals, some just caring pets, to help both young and old cope with their grief over the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
If you shopped until you dropped the past couple of days at the mall, you probably feel that you didn’t miss out on many bargains. However, with Cyber Monday around the corner, the deals are just starting to roll online. Here are some purr-fect options from a few of the very cool cat product companies.
Dogs don’t fetch balls because they are round – and instead recognise the texture. The animals understand words in a fundamentally different way from humans.