Young mammals need to eat, and there’s not one way to do it
Get em’ while they’re hot
A new look at the role of spray bottles in training
Researchers take a much needed look at salivary cortisol in dogs
Study finds these elective surgeries influence perceptions of dog personality
You point, (most) dogs follow. Who cares?
Cat training is on the rise, and it’s a good thing
Like Darwin going to the Galápagos, everywhere you look in animal shelters, there are questions to pose
When innovative techniques and fearful dogs meet, wonderful things happen. Watch the ASPCA's Second Chance Dogs, Saturday, April 16 on Animal Planet
Two upcoming shows highlight extraordinary developments in animal welfare. First up, the ASPCA's Second Chance Dogs, Saturday, April 16 on Animal Planet
When and how do dogs sneak around?
Yes, that dog is staring at you because he wants your sandwich, but there’s more to a dog’s long gaze than that — it can tell us how they understand emotions.
The deadline is real. Submit abstracts by March 10.
Science needs artists. Check out the #SciArt Tweet Storm, and see for yourself.
If there's any day where it's okay to talk about dog love, today is that day. Do dogs love us? How would we know?
This is not a philosophical riddle. Despite their highly variable appearance, dogs can recognize one another by sight alone
Something for every type of cat lover on your list.
Something for every type of dog lover on your list.
A balanced look at the cats vs. cucumbers craze.
Try these five citizen science projects focused on cats