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A few years ago on a flight from Florida to New York, a small, extremely excited dog confused, entranced and disconcerted my fellow passengers and me.
Do emotional support animals serve people's needs - or their narcissism?
11 February 2020
Although veterinarians are expected to have the main role in ensuring the welfare of all animals, it has been established that their perception of animal welfare may vary regarding animal species observed.
Opinions towards companion animals and their welfare: a survey of Croatian veterinary students
29 January 2020
Scottish dog-lovers are being warned to check carefully before buying a pet online amid growing concerns about animal welfare.
In Scotland, online puppy sales rise amid animal welfare concerns
13 November 2019
A new study has found that focused cardiac ultrasound increases detection of cardiac issues in cats.
New screening method may help detect heart disease in cats
13 September 2019
It is entirely possible that no one dreads the dog days of summer more than dogs themselves.
Is your dog scared by thunder and fireworks? Help is at hand
18 July 2019
A review found that 16,000 greyhounds are born each year, of which 5,987 are killed because they fail to make qualification times.
Almost 6,000 greyhounds killed in Ireland every year, reveals RTÉ documentary
8 July 2019
OXFORD-based MEP, Catherine Bearder, has become a trustee for an animal welfare charity.
UK MEP Catherine Bearder new Trustee for International Fund for Animal Welfare
17 June 2019
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, reforms were created to include animals in state and local emergency management plans. This study looks at how effective those reforms were
From Katrina to Harvey: Helping companion animals in disasters
4 June 2019
Every year, even one hundred thousand dogs go to places where their fate is difficult to determine - estimates the Office of Animal Protection of the ARGOS Foundation, which monitors the situation in Polish shelters.
Tens of thousands of dogs disappear in Poland without trace
12 April 2012