Puppies are a wonderful addition to any home, but with them comes one change that can be anything but wonderful – house training.
Many people loathe rats and associate them with disease and filth – hardly a four-star recommendation for the furry creatures.
Matthews’ research deals with how donkeys react to drugs and how they handle anesthesia, which appears to differ from horses.
Buzzards could be called Mother Nature’s vacuum cleaner, and for good reason: they can eat things that would kill most people.
Pet birds often can eat the same food you might prepare for yourself.
If your dog seems depressed and weak, it may be showing signs of hypoadrenocorticism, more commonly known as Addison’s Disease.
South American parrots have a pretty dirty little secret that researchers want to know more about: why their favorite meal isn’t fruits or nuts, but soil.
Researchers at Texas A&M University are participating in developing a treatment for influenza that forms a jelly when sprayed into the nose.
Texas A&M University’s Bill Klemm, a professor of neuroscience has written ‘Dillos: Roadkill on Extinction Highway?
Chinchilla enthusiasts will tell you that with the right care these round little rodents make great pets.