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How many photos of your dog do you take?

According to a new survey, the majority of pet parents take more photos of their dogs than their significant others! If you take more photos...

Research suggests dog people are happier than cat people

Are you a cat person or dog person? According to this study, those who fall into the latter group are statistically happier! It’s a classic...

Research shows our ability to communicate with dogs is learned

A recent study is teaching us more about how we communicate with our canine companions. As animal parents, we have a special connection with...

Spaying/neutering risks in large-breed dogs

A new study reveals that spaying and neutering large-breed dogs can put them at higher risk for obesity and, in some cases, orthopedic injuries....

How do you talk to your dog?

If you often talk to your dog, you’re not alone. Researchers Alex Benjamin and Katie Slocombe from the University of York in the UK...

Is your cat right-pawed or left-pawed?

When your cat plays with his catnip mouse, or snatches a morsel from your plate, which paw does he prefer using? Researchers at the...

Study reveals the truth about domesticated cats

Considering there are approximately 74 million domesticated cats sharing their lives with humans across the nation, it’s no mystery that America loves felines. But where...

Canine aggression: breed-specific or learnt behavior?

A recent study published in Applied Animal Behavior revealed that a dog’s behavior – particularly in the case of aggression – is more likely to...

A simple solution for doggie diarrhea

In a recent study, two veterinarians in Taiwan discovered that small breed dogs living inactive lifestyles and suffering from chronic diarrhea can benefit greatly...