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Stem Cells from Fat May Help Fight Kidney Disease in Cats
New research is out to find out if stem cells taken from fat can help with a disease that affects 1 in 3 cats.
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Pets, Obesity and Diabetes: An Epidemic in 2016
A recent survey shows just how big of a threat obesity is for our pets.
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5 Discoveries That Changed What We Knew about Pets in 2015
Did you miss these exciting scientific studies in 2015? Look back now at all the year has brought for our pets.
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New Research Shows a Genetic Cause of Lymphoma in Dogs
New research into lymphoma has revealed a genetic link that could help dogs and people in the future.
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Do Cats Really Love You Less Than Dogs?
You may have seen headlines recently that throw your cat's affections into question. Here a behavioral expert explains why that is not true.
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Can Snuggling with Shelter Cats Improve Their Health?
An interesting new study shows that keeping shelter cats healthier only takes a little affection. Learn how the study was run, and what it means to a behavior expert.
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New Study Asks if Arthritis in Dogs Causes Mood Changes
Science has already show a connection between arthritis in people and depression. Now a similar question is being asked about dogs.
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New Study Shows You Are Your Dog’s Favorite Smell
Did you know that your dogs favorite smell is you? Learn how science proves it!
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Why Do Cats and Dogs Greet Us So Differently?
Have you ever wondered why your dog seems to greet you with so much more excitement than your cat? It could all just be a misunderstanding, learn more.
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Do Dogs Really Feel Guilt When They Look Guilty?
Everyone knows the 'guilty look' on dogs, but you might be surprised by what it really means.
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