Stella, a Catahoula-Australian cattle dog mix, is quite the social media sensation. She can "talk" with humans using a device created by her owner.
A woman says her dog died at a PetSmart in Pittsburgh while having its nails trimmed. Four ex-employees are facing felony charges of animal cruelty.
At home due to the pandemic, Americans adopted about 12 million pets last year, meaning the average vet clinic saw nearly 400 new patients.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic Americans adopted about 12 million pets in 2020, and veterinarian offices are experiencing unprecedented demand.
Four employees from a PetSmart in Pittsburgh are facing felony animal cruelty charges in connection with the November death of a toy poodle.
Marvel, a golden retriever puppy born without a front right paw, is now with the Minnesota family of 7-year-old Paxton, who has a prosthetic leg.
A third of owners with an overweight pet say the pet became overweight in the pandemic. Here are tips to help dogs maintain or achieve a healthy weight.
Christina Hunger is a speech pathologist who realized her new puppy was showing signs of wanting to communicate with her. What she discovered …
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As dog Major has returned to the White House after two biting incidents, first lady Jill Biden confirmed that the family will be adding a cat.
Busch is sniffing around for a "chief tasting officer" for its Dog Brew, a canine-friendly, alcohol-free bone broth. It comes with a $20,000 paycheck.
President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden's dog Major will get professional help adjusting to the White House after a pair of biting incidents.
Rusty the dog has spent 400+ days at the Humane Society of Central Texas. His latest adoption lasted less than a day, and he was back at the shelter.
Doggie doo in the White House? One of President Joe Biden's dogs apparently deposited the pile of poo in the hallway Wednesday.
As the days get longer and the weather gets warmer, spending time outside is going to become much more common. We are all going to want to spend more time outside and enjoy the sun, but so will our pets. We have all seen how peaceful our cats look as they sit basking in the sunshine or how happy our dogs look chasing a Frisbee in our community park. Spending time with our pets outside this spring will be good for us and also good for them.