Clever canines who perform well in one task tend also to do well in others – just like humans
Leading pet behaviourists say the number of depressed and unsettled dogs they have seen in recent months is unprecedented
Pets magazine Editor Marie Carter explores exactly who is in charge
Vets have warned that playing fetch with sticks can result in nasty injuries for dogs.
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The tennis star said she got the terrier two weeks before winning her first Grand Slam
Public Health England urges owners of sick pets to ensure antiobiotics are used strictly as directed
Loud bangs and flashes of light stress animals out, leading to anxiety or running away
There's never a dull day attending to dogs' needs, but sometimes Nick Jones has to be quiet about the day job
The parasite can cause weight loss, breathing difficulties, chronic coughing and death in extreme cases
The maximum penalty for those found guilty is up to six months imprisonment or a fine of up to £20,000
When we see something adorable, it stimulates the mesocorticolimbic system in our brains, the part associated with motivation and reward. This causes a surge of the neurotransmitter dopamine (also there when we fall in love) and makes us feel warm and fuzzy
Colonel Meow, the cat with the longest fur in the world and the brooding face of an evil genius, has sadly passed away.
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Beer ad aimed squarely at your cute receptors
Massachusetts state trooper Christopher Coscia penned touching tribute to German Shepherd