Vets said the dog suffered an extreme reaction to toxins produced by mold that grows on bread, cheese, pasta and walnuts. That caused toxic shock syndrome that eventually lead to multiple organ failure and death.
Scientists are reporting that they have found another type of contagious cancer in the Tasmanian Devil.
Surveys show that women find dog-owning men more attractive and better dating material than those without dogs.
Interacting with animals reduces anxiety and loneliness, according to a new study on college students.
In order to end rabies throughout the world, experts stated that mass dog vaccinations in troublesome areas are needed.
Some pooches are hardwired to be pessimistic, according to a new study on dogs.
A three-year-old Great Dane had 43 1/2 socks removed from his stomach.
The end of summer is a tragedy for students who dread going back to school. While depression is a common emotion in kids and young adults heading back to school, new research reveals that dogs also feel the "back to school blues".
Cat lovers are smarter than dog lovers. While people have forever disagreed whether cats or dogs make the best pets, new research reveals that cat owners are smarter than dog owners.
If you're looking to make new friends, get a dog. New research reveals that dog owners socialize with more people than those who own other pets or no pets.
A new study on prehistoric DNA of dogs suggests that our canine-loving friends were first domesticated in Europe. The new research, based on a genetic analysis of ancient and modern dog and wolf samples, points to a European origin at least 18,000 years ago.
Man's best friend provides more than just love and commitment. New research reveals that pet pooches may also help diagnose their owner's health.
Dogs may be similarly in tune with humans' emotions
In Michigan, a fatal dog virus has struck and killed six canines. Experts believe that it might be spreading from the pet-owners to the pets.
A Minnesota dog received emergency surgery after he ate 16 rocks that weighed almost two pounds.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.