PAWS: Share The Love This Valentine's Day With Some Adoptable Pets In NeedMelissa Levy with PAWS says for Valentine’s Day this year you could make a special donation to show some love to a homeless pet of your choice.
Dog Walks 20 Miles Twice To Find Former Family Who Couldn't Keep HerA dog in Oklahoma is trying everything to be with her former family.
Christmas Brings Chocolate Poisoning Warning For DogsVets, writing in the journal Veterinary Record, say Christmas and Easter are the most dangerous times of the year for pets to fall ill from eating chocolate.
Company Will Clone Your Pet Into A Replica Stuffed AnimalLosing your pet is never easy but what if you could keep it around the house forever it the form of a stuffed animal? That’s exactly what Cuddle Clones is doing.
BUSTED! Video Captures Beagle Trying To Climb Out Of Kennel A little beagle named “Buttermilk” was caught trying to climb out of her kennel in Virginia.
You Can Really Clone Your Pet, But It Will Cost YouViaGen has been cloning livestock for more than 15 years. Then two years ago, they starting cloning pets.
Holiday Treats For Your Pets That Aren't Hazardous To Their HealthAn expert explains that there are holiday inspired treats that you can make for dogs and cats to keep them occupied at gatherings.
Dog's Smile Is Melting Hearts Across The Internet A smiling dog in Texas may be just what you need right now.
Google Photos Can Now Identify Your PetsYour furry friends are finally getting acknowledgment that they're not just an important part of the family -- they're also an essential part of your photo library.
Urban Outfitters, Pennsylvania SPCA Create Exclusive Pet BandanaUrban Outfitters has teamed up with the Pennsylvania SPCA to create an exclusive pet bandana as part of their UO Community Cares initiative.
Rescue Cat That Cared For Young Cancer Patient Named 'Cat Of The Year'A caring rescue cat has been named Great Britain's National Cat of the Year for helping to comfort a young cancer patient, BBC News reported.
Pets Do Not Benefit Kids' Health, Study FindsDogs and cats have no "significant" impact on children's mental and physical health, according to a new study by the Rand Corporation.