COVID Testing Is Expanding To Include Our Furry FriendsCOVID tests aren't fun for anyone.
Is Your Dog Happy? AI-Powered Dog Collar 'Translates' Barks Into EmotionsDid you know that 56% of Floridians own a pet; 40% are dog owners and 24% own cats. Now imagine being able to talk to your pet, not a one way conversation, but really understand what they are saying when they bark or meow.
Proposal Would Fine People Up To $500 For Leaving Pet Dogs, Cats Out During Severe WeatherA state representative from Boca Raton wants to fine people for leaving pet dogs or cats tethered outside in severe weather.
Sunshine Mills Expands Dog Food Recall Over Mold ConcernsSunshine Mills is expanding its recall for products that may contain high levels of poisonous mold.
Study: Miami Named 16th Most Pet-Friendly CityMiami is ranked the 16th most pet-friendly city in the United States by WalletHub.
Study: Return To Work Has Owners Worried Pets Will Suffer Separation AnxietyMany pets have gotten used to their owners being home all the time, but all that extra togetherness is changing as lockdown restrictions lift and people return to their workplaces.
FDA Cautions Pet Owners About Coronavirus & Pets In New VideoThe Food and Drug Administration is warning Americans that while their pets don't spread coronavirus, infected people can give it to their pets.
'Dog Was Reactive & Scared': This Is What Happens To Pets Left Behind When Owners Die From CoronavirusAnimal shelters are seeing an increase in homeless pets after their owners die of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Pets: Winston The Pug Apparently First Dog In US To Test Positive For COVID-19The pet dog of a family taking part in a study at Duke University is apparently the first in the U.S. to test positive for the virus that causes COVID-19.
Coronavirus & Pets: South Florida Vets Warn Not To Worry After Pet Cats In NY Test Positive For COVID-19South Florida veterinarians warn you shouldn't worry, but be aware, after two cats in New York tested positive for COVID-19.
Two Pet Cats In NY Are First Pets Known To Have COVID-19 In The USTwo cats in New York have been infected with the novel coronavirus, federal officials announced Wednesday. Both had mild respiratory symptoms and are expected to make a full recovery.