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WASHINGTON (NPR) — “Get ready for a silly question,” one reader wrote in response to our series on “hidden viruses” that jump from animals, like a dog or cat, to… Read More
CINCINNATI, Ohio (WVXU) — The U.S. Postal Service said more than 5,400 workers were attacked by dogs in 2021. Ohio came in at No. 3 with 359 workers attacked or… Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C. (NPR) — Labrador retrievers fetch, border collies herd, huskies howl: It’s conventional wisdom that many dog breeds act in certain ways because they’ve been bred to do so… Read More
When people who own dogs are stressed, their dogs also get stressed, a new study suggests. It’s another indication of how emotionally synchronized dogs and their humans can be.
The Marietta College Art Department is pleased to present “Paw Paintings: An Exhibition and Auction to Benefit the Humane Society of the Ohio Valley” on display in Atrium Gallery and… Read More
Maybe it’s just because a large number of older people have learned the benefits of exercise and canine companionship. Whatever the reason, walking a dog on a leash has been linked to more fractures.
A bill has been drafted to strengthen the laws against owners of dogs that carry out serious attacks against other people, but pro-animal groups are saying another topic must be… Read More
The FDA says pet owners should watch out for vitamin D toxicity. Recalled brands include Abound, Nutrisca and Natural Life.
If you want to know how a dog sees the world, ask yourself how you explore virtual spaces with your controller. No, really!