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Some airline passengers have tried to skip paying pet fees on planes by claiming their dogs, cats or even pigs are emotional support animals. But a new ruling has put an end to that.
By Alia Hoyt
The country's first statewide ban on the retail sale of puppies, kittens and rabbits from commercial breeders is in effect.
A study suggests your canine may be flashing those puppy dog eyes because it's trying to tell you something.
By Sarah Gleim
Let sleeping dogs lie? Maybe even in the same room, says a new study.
By Alia Hoyt
A new study found that owners of sick pets cope with many of the same burdens as caregivers of sick family members.
Is your cat pawing its food out of its bowl to eat and you can't figure out why? No, it's not being haughty, as usual — it might actually be stressed.
Huffing your puppy's feet for an aroma reminiscent of Fritos all comes down to the existence of certain microbes.
Veterinarians have a name for when a dog gets the call of the wild, often after a bath, and suddenly starts tearing through the house with an untamed glint in its eye.