King Charlemagne is a 72 pound, chocolate bull terrier who is 8 years old. He was placed at Animal Allies after his previous home could no longer care for him. King Charlemagne is a friendly, outgoing guy who loves attention. He’s pretty calm, but if there are people around, he’ll
Can insect oil be a useful ingredient in swine nutrition? And how? The (positive) answers to these questions will be the key components of a webinar that will be broadcasted on Thursday, June 17, 3pm CET.
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The webinar will be hosted by Pig Progress in
It wouldn’t be summer in North Carolina if we weren’t talking about copperheads.
The state’s unofficial summer mascot is out there everyday, doing its snaky thing: luxuriating in our warm, humid weather; lurking in brush, waiting for the chance to munch on a mouse or lizard; and taking over social
A sign intended to alert neighbors about a thieving cat has reached far beyond the local community, making a kleptomaniac kitty a minor celebrity.
Kate Felmet of Beaverton, Oregon, told local news station KOIN that she put up a sign so her neighbors could retrieve their belongings that had been
The first plague case was identified in Boulder County this season after a cat tested positive for the disease June 2.
The cat’s owner had the cat examined by a veterinarian after it became ill two to three weeks after it was found with a baby rabbit, according to a
[See Westminster dog show photos from Saturday’s action.]
When and where is the Westminster dog show?
The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show this year is in a serene setting (give or take some barking): the grounds of the Lyndhurst mansion in Tarrytown, N.Y., 30 miles north of the
Drivers headed through downtown San Jose to Highway 87 may have noticed something alarming recently: Andy’s Pet Shop on Notre Dame Avenue is locked up and emptied out.
Fear not, though, as the beloved institution, which first opened on The Alameda in 1950, has simply changed locations again after about