Dubbed as the country with the largest inflation rate, Venezuelan's have gone from eating food from trash to butchering dogs, cats, goats and pigeons.
New study reveals that the rare pulmonary veno-occlusive disease, which causes pulmonary hypertension in humans, can also be experienced by dogs.
Because of some genetic similarity between humans and pets such as canine and felines, some treatments can be transferred across species.
If your pet labrador retriever seems like it's addicted to food and is fat, a recent study reveals that they have a genetic variant that makes them more prone to gaining weight.
Birds' survival largely depends on their nesting materials, and in this viral video, one bird decided to use fur from a sleeping canine.
Another reason why dogs are indeed man's best friends: researchers from the University of Missouri and Miami University discovered that seniors get health benefits from the bonds they form with their doggy companions.
The JFK International Airport in New York, the busiest airport in the United States, is making a lot of passengers happy with a newly built special toilet designed for pets.
No matter how cuddly you dog, canine expert Stanley Coren warns pet owners that hugging their dogs, even as a show of affection, can give them stress and anxiety.
A dirty and sad dog was seen waiting for his owner to return, in the middle of their ruined home in Ecuador. It was later found out that the dog's owner was one of the casualties during the earthquake.
Maggie, an Australian kelpie likely to be the world's oldest dog, recently died at her home in Victoria, Australia.
Ground control to Major Sam! Sam the dog is on the loose -- not just in any dog park, but after his trip to the edge of space.
The Bay Bridge in San Francisco was briefly closed on Sunday morning due to a wild chase between the California Highway Patrol (CHP) Officers and an unlikely suspect--a chihuahua.
New findings on canine compulsive disorder (CCD) may help improve treatments and therapies for obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) in people, according to researchers from Tufts University.
Animal shelter staff often misidentify dogs as pit bulls, solely based on appearance. As a result, they are less likely to be adopted.