Specially trained canines, with their outsized capacity to sniff out even well-hidden people and objects, are helping rangers at several major reserves to do their jobs better.
Anxiety is clearest when it’s loud—and most dangerous when it’s quiet.
Even indoor pets help us get to know other people, according to new research in four cities across the U.S. and Australia.
It makes your canine love you too.
Recent research compared American Kennel Club registrations with the release date of 100 movies that have prominent dog characters.
If existing behavioral programs aren’t working, can therapeutic sessions with a dog help kids who have problems at school?
Despite the popularity of animal therapy in American pediatric hospitals, a new research review reveals that there's little support for its health benefits.
New research suggests a region of a canine brain that is associated with rewards is uniquely activated by the scent of a familiar human.
A brief history of the vilification of the pit bull.