Daniel, the Golden Retriever Snubbed at Westminster, Is Doing Just Fine
The internet has called for justice after a standard poodle took top honors over Daniel at the 144th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. We checked in to see how he’s handling defeat.
Has Your Veterinarian Been Accused of Malpractice? It May Be Tough to Find Out
Questions. Rapport. License checks. Second opinions. Here are some tips for finding the right veterinarian for you and your animals.
Pets Are Just ‘Property,’ So Owners Can’t Do Much When Vets Harm Them
Doctors who harm their patients face costly lawsuits and other serious consequences. There is much less accountability for veterinarians, as devastated pet owners in Oregon learned.
Does Your Pet Really Need Cat TV or a Dog Playlist?
Streaming services like Amazon Prime and Spotify offer videos, playlists and narrated books to entertain dogs and cats. But who loves it more: The pets? Or their owners?
No More Doggies in the Window? N.Y. May Ban Retail Pet Sales
After an investigation revealed abuses at a shop in Manhattan, support for a bill to ban retail sales of dogs, cats and rabbits.
‘Fear-Free’ Pets Make for Happier Pets, and Owners
Fear-ridden dogs and cats at the hospital may get toys to distract them or a range of menu options.
What Happened to Choupette?
Karl Lagerfeld’s cat, and rumored heir, has become a business unto herself.
Want to Gift Someone a Pet? Here’s What to Do First
Before you put a bow on a puppy or kitten for your family, here’s what to consider when getting a loved one a pet.
Keep Pets From Destroying Your Stuff
If your pet tears, chews, or otherwise ruins your stuff, these tips can help you keep your gear like new.
His 22-Pound Cat Was Too Fat to Fly. So He Called In an Understudy.
The airline found out about the trick after the Russian man posted photographs on social media. He has been stripped of his frequent flier miles.