Customers enrolled in ASPCA Pet Health Insurance and Hartville Pet Insurance programs can now use Petriage’s online pet symptom checker. Here’s what you need to know.
Nonprofit Pet Care Trust has joined forces with therapy dog organization Pet Partners to launch Dogs in the Classroom, a pilot program that provides interactions with registered therapy dog teams in approximately 100 classrooms across the country through the 2021-2022 school year.
The 2021 winner of Nationwide’s Hambone Award for the most unusual pet insurance claim was Bruin, a 3-year-old German Shepherd Dog from Stevenson Ranch, California, who has completely recovered after surviving a 400- foot fall off a steep cliff into a canyon and four days lost in the wilderness while seriously injured.
A recent research study of stressed-out college students found the simple act of petting therapy dogs proved to be more effective at enhancing thinking and planning skills than traditional stress-management programs.
By analyzing body mass, long bone length and genetics, researchers at the University of Bristol have revealed breeds with increased and reduced odds of osteosarcoma (an aggressive bone cancer).
Green dog poop happens for a couple of different reasons — some of them serious and others not. Here’s how to tell the difference and what to do about green dog poop.
Why are the dumbest dog breeds considered “dumb”? Are the canines we refer to as the dumbest dogs just the ones who are harder for humans to train?
What should you do about your dog losing teeth? Is it normal to have a puppy losing teeth? What about an old dog whose teeth are falling out? Learn more.
Let’s talk dogs in heat — What should you do if your dog is in heat? And what are the signs of a female dog in heat in the first place? Do dogs know when they’re in heat?
Why is my dog dragging his butt on the floor? Here’s how to treat dog scooting, a common problem that is caused by anal gland discomfort. Learn how you can help your dog’s anal glands and decrease butt scooting.
If your dog ate a sock, here’s what happens to that sock and when you need to see the vet. Plus, not sure if your dog swallowed a sock? Here are some of the signs.