One of the saddest thing for dog owners is hearing that their dog has cancer, because by then, the cancer may have already advanced, and not much can be done to save the dog. However, dog owners have a reason to smile following the release of OncoK9, a test that can detect cancerous cells long before your pet starts showing any symptoms.
Three individuals who recently graduated from an inaugural dog trainer apprentice program were recognized by K9s For Warriors on July 27, 2021.
Starting in September 2021, a month-long test screening is being conducted at the Miami International Airport on airport employees by two trained dogs capable of detecting the coronavirus through breath and sweat.
For the first time, the AKC/USPCA K-9 Detection Dog Challenge is airing on ESPN on November 28, 2021. Twenty police dogs across the United States have competed in the event held November 15, 2021, at the PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Starting January 2022, several states, including Michigan, Nevada, New York, and Pennsylvania, will start prohibiting insurance companies from refusing to provide insurance to dog owners based on the breed they own.
NASCAR has confirmed that they are going to be using specially trained dogs to screen for COVID-19 in the cup race that will be taking place at 3 pm on Sunday, 21st March 2021 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
A 12 year old student from Detroit is recuperating at home following a vicious attack by two Pitbull mixes, with most part of his leg covered in bandages. Sustaining injuries from the attack, both his parents and teachers are seeing him as a hero.
Wrangler, the famous service dog from NBC’s Today Show died on Saturday night, July 17, 2021, at the age of 6. The dog’s original handler, Saxon Eastman, announced the cause of the death was due to liver disease.
California’s Bay Area is experiencing a shortage of veterinarians and nurses, causing some hospitals to decrease intake admissions for emergency services.