Cognition Study: Do Animals Have Emotions?

As part of a latest development, researchers are trying to understand cognition in wild animals. Stony Brook University Ecologist Carl Safina while speaking to the New York Times said,... Read more »

Why is Oral Assessment of Your Pet Important?

Your pet’s oral hygiene is extremely essential. Your pet could suffer from dental diseases such Periodontal or gum disease. Therefore a regular dental care or timely inspection by a... Read more »

Cat’s Express: A Head Tilt Here and Flattening of the Ears There!

For the most part of their being your feline pet may seem expressionless. But, as a cat parent if you pay close attention to what your cat child is... Read more »

Line-blind Snake Seen after 172 Years

The National Parks Board’s (NParks’) National Biodiversity Centre staff recently discovered a line-blind snake, Ramphotyphlops lineatus. The snake is reported to have been last seen in 1847. Dr. John... Read more »

‘Teaching the Teachers’ launched by WSAVA’s Global Pain Council

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has initiated the launch of ‘Teach the Teachers’ as a part of its objective to form a team of key opinion leaders... Read more »