Clinical studies will evaluate whether a weekly insulin injection controls glucose levels in sick dogs—and soon in cats
When Olaf, a four-year-old Siberian husky, was diagnosed with diabetes in February, there wasn’t anything his owners, Gina and Brian Dacey, wouldn’t do to help him. “We’ve had him since he was a few weeks old, and he’s really still just a baby,” Gina Dacey said.
Urban dwellers looking to raise backyard chickens must take precautions to prevent lead exposure.
The importance of first impressions, why “draconian leash laws” are hurting dogs, and more insights from the renowned animal behaviorist
How do animals perceive the world? Differently than us, animal behaviorist Temple Grandin told a Tufts audience on January 8. But it’s important to remember that even though that’s the case, she said, they have emotions like ours.
New research reveals distinct wound patterns from the criminal enterprise—and may provide a new tool for law enforcement.
A Cummings School researcher is looking to wipe out a viral illness that threatens endangered species—and the livelihoods of families in the developing world.
Veterinary and human cardiologists at Tufts make the case for studying a heart condition together to accelerate the pace of new treatments.
In a study, reading aloud to dogs improved children’s attitudes toward school books.
The untold story of how a small team of researchers saved the lives of millions of felines—and helped identify the cause of AIDS.
A $10 million renovation of the Foster Hospital creates expanded new spaces for pets to receive first-rate care.
Chelsea Reinhard, the Maddie’s® Shelter Medicine Resident at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts, says here’s what cat owners need to know