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PetMD Editorial
Jan 22,2019

Image via iStock.com/AzmanJaka When most people think about felines, they think of antisocial, independent cats that call all the shots when it comes to affection. It is pretty common to hear how a cat chose the one dog person or non-cat person in the room to seek affection from. Or to hear the… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jan 18,2019

Image via iStock.com/dageldog Leading veterinarians from the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) warn that obesity is one of the biggest health threats facing horses within the United Kingdom. The Telegraph reports, “David Rendle, a member of BEVA's ethics and welfare committees, said… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jan 14,2019

Image via iStock.com/simonapilolla The number of older dogs diagnosed with canine cognitive dysfunction (CCD) is increasing within the canine population, ABC 13 News reports. According to the outlet, the increase in CCD diagnoses can be partially attributed to improvements in veterinary medicine,… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jan 14,2019

Image via iStock.com/Photography by Adri There are have three confirmed cases of plague infection in house cats in Wyoming over the span of six months, according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH). The third plague-infected cat was identified in the city of Kaycee in Johnson County. The cat… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jan 14,2019

Image via iStock.com/IRYNA KAZLOVA A study conducted by Dr. Antonio Lanata and colleagues at the University of Pisa in Italy suggests that horses are capable of smelling fear in humans. Horse & Hound explains, “An Italian investigation monitored the heart rate of horses in response to human… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jan 11,2019

Image via iStock.com/memitina The New York Times published an article discussing how the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has publicly stated that they prefer to use floppy-eared dogs to work in public-facing areas because they believe the public finds them less intimidating. The NYT… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Dec 17,2018

Image via Facebook/Florida Wildlife Corridorvia Pierson Hill A salamander found in northern Florida and southern Alabama, known scientifically as the Siren reticulata, has been identified as a new species. Named the reticulated siren, this two-foot-long vertebrate is one of the largest to be… Read More