Fundamental rights

Fundamental rights

Citizen Canine: Our Evolving Relationship with Cats and Dogs, “They’ve also become family in the eyes of the law.” Hence, there ought to be a fundamental rights list in the Constitution for our animal friends too for a more humane, kind, generous, and happy society.

What not to feed your pet

What not to feed your pet

Chocolates have caffeine and theobromine that can cause anything from vomiting to seizure. Even small quantities of grapes and raisins can make your pet sick with vomiting and exhaustion. Adult dogs and cats cannot digest milk and other dairy products.

Can you help find the dog that guided this man through depression?

Can you help find the dog that guided this man through depression?

Cody ran off during a walk in Hadley Wood, Barnet, with a trusted dog walker that James has used for three years. (Picture: James Firsht)Understandably, James is utterly distraught by the loss of his best friend.

TODAY's puppy with a purpose, Sunny, is celebrating an anniversary

TODAY's puppy with a purpose, Sunny, is celebrating an anniversary

Sunny has been paw-fecting his skills with his Guide Dog Foundation instructor, Olivia Poff, and they both appeared on the show Monday to recap his time on TODAY. TODAY celebrates 6 months with Sunny as he graduates to next level in guide dog training

End of Life Care

End of Life Care

Consult with your primary veterinarian and see if she recommends hospice care for your pet based on his specific needs.Considering EuthanasiaEuthanasia provides a painless, peaceful end for a pet who would otherwise continue to suffer.

Yes, your pet dog too can get depressed

The otherwise happy Charlie, lost interest in everything—his eating habits changed, he hardly bothered to go out for a walk and looked forlorn most of the times. Just like humans, the eating habits of dogs change when they get depressed.

Listerine and Pets: Not Veterinarian Recommended

Listerine and Pets: Not Veterinarian Recommended

This company does not claim, nor has it been proven elsewhere, that Listerine treats fungal, bacterial or viral infections when applied topically to the skin of a dog.