Researchers used silicone dog tags as passive environmental samplers to collect information about everyday chemical exposures.
Tags: pollution dogs pets pesticides earth-and-environment health-and-medicine phthalates flame-retardants
Just like the stress we're feeling during the COVID-19 pandemic, pets are also facing uncertainty and anxiety. Here's how you can help your pet through it.
Tags: covid-19 anxiety pets stress featured society-and-culture
Does your cat have arthritis? It's surpsingly common. Take this quick quiz to see whether your feline friend has the joint disease.
Tags: pets cats veterinary-medicine arthritis health-and-medicine joints
Can my cat get COVID-19? What about that tiger in the Bronx Zoo? Here, a veterinarian answers common questions about COVID-19 and pets.
Tags: covid-19 dogs pets viruses cats zoos featured health-and-medicine
Staying home for social distancing may disrupt your pets' routine. But recreating a schedule can keep them (and you) happy.
Tags: covid-19 dogs pets cats featured social-lives health-and-medicine
Is your outdoor cat a wildlife-killer? "We found that house cats have a two- to 10-time larger impact on wildlife than wild predators—a striking effect."
Tags: conservation birds pets cats lizards featured earth-and-environment predators
Illegal wildlife trafficking and the demand for animal parts rose in the United States between 1979 and 2014, researchers find.
Tags: conservation pets endangered-species hunting featured society-and-culture earth-and-environment crimes
How much wildlife do cats eat? Researchers still don't know because their study to find out discovered something else instead: a cat food mystery.
Tags: food pets cats science-and-technology
The holidays are full of unexpected hazards for pets. Keep them safe by listening to this podcast episode full of expert tips.
Tags: dogs pets holidays cats veterinary-science featured health-and-medicine
Page 1 of 3