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These energetic dogs are up for anything you can throw at them, or throw for them.
Dogs were first domesticated by European hunter-gatherers, according to a new genetic analysis of prehistoric dog remains.
What do different wags mean? Canines know, and thanks to a new study, humans do too. Continue reading →
The widespread practice of spaying or neutering cats before they are adopted may be inadvertently selecting for aloof cats.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposes new safety regulations for pet food and animal feed to prevent food-borne illnesses in both animals and people.
Giant George, the Great Dane, stood higher than 7 feet when on his hind legs. Continue reading →
It's not easy being clean, according to a new study that finds domesticated animals are far more fastidious than their wild counterparts. Continue reading →
How is it that certain bullfrogs, like Rosie the Ribeter, kick other amphibian butt during jumping contests? Continue reading →
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