New research explains that dogs may have evolved to eat faeces as a way to prevent the spread of disease.
More cats and dogs are being stolen than ever before – here's what you need to know.
The good news is there's a vaccine to prevent feline parvovirus.
Pets have become a major part of our lives, with many millennials opting for a dog or cat instead of children. What should employers do to accommodate pet owners?
A new study raises concerns about raw meat based dog food, but not for the reasons you think.
It might be cold and dark, but that's good news for your pooch and for you if you want to improve your fitness and exercise more.
It's the season to be jolly – but don't share that jollity with your pets. Alcohol, whether in a wine glass, egg-nog or a boozy pudding, is seriously bad for our animal friends.
More than half of dogs and cats around the globe are overweight. Are well-intentioned owners to blame?
Advent calendars, chocolate Santa decorations ... there are lots of tempting treats that could make your pooch very ill this Christmas.
Chocolate poisoning in dogs remains a problem, particularly at Christmas.
Australian cities generally don't allow pet dogs on public transport. Instead, owners need their own vehicle to travel with their dogs, and it's a surprisingly important factor in our car dependency.
Either medals or destruction appears to await canine companions from the battlefield.
A parasite found in coyotes, wolves and foxes is now spreading to dogs and their owners as its range expands across Canada.
Elephants have the highest count of olfactory receptor genes of any species tested to date. This suggests that they may be the best smellers in the animal kingdom.
It can be easy to tell how dogs are feeling but new evidence suggests they're also trying to communicate.
There can be a difference in the way some dogs react to men and women, and it can also matter if the dog is a he or a she.
The strategy to eliminate human rabies is straight forward: vaccinate dogs, provide prompt post-exposure vaccines, public education and awareness on prevention.
Dogs, rats, cats, cows, chickens and mice have also changed the world.
The animal kingdom is full of lefties and righties, although rarely is the ratio skewed as much as it is in humans. If you're wondering about your own pet, you can find out with a simple experiment.
A longer life for humans and pets means more challenges for doctors and vets.