This International Women's Day, we're celebrating female veterinarians who've blazed their own trails—and forever changed the future for pets and people alike. Meet the history-making women of the vet industry.
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During a 56-hour digital detox, I put down my phone, ignored social media and turned off Netflix—to hang out with my dogs.
Bond Vet cofounder Dr. Zay Satchu upgrades her New York City clinics with modern design, technology and fun events. The result: a more positive experience for vets, pets and parents.
As the ASPCA’s vice president of shelter medicine, Dr. Lila Miller made the world a more humane place for homeless animals across the country—and became a trailblazer for women of color in the process.
We asked Chewy’s social media followers how their pet sparked love in their lives, and their meet cute stories couldn’t be sweeter.
Although this pup wasn’t able to complete his service dog training, he was able to bring his parents together in this adorable love story.
One day you’re minding your own business at the dog park. The next you’re married with dogs. How this Minnesota couple met will have you believing in love at first bark.
Pets are at the center of many millennials’ worlds—and that means they’re also central to how they find love. Here’s how pets are guiding modern millennials’ dating decisions.
I wasn’t looking for love at the time, but when a sailor playfully teased me about my dog, it set off a whirlwind romance right out of a rom-com—one that’s still going strong three decades later.
Wondering what happened to the Puppy Bowl dogs of years past after the final touchdown? Here’s Ishmael’s story.
In Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl 2019, three-footed puppy Will earned the Underdog Award. Today, he’s named S’mores—and he’s thriving.
According to Guinness World Records, there is one remarkable pup who has outlived them all. So how old is the oldest dog in history?