Click here to learn more.
Vetstreet. All rights reserved.
Vetstreet does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. See Additional Information ›
August 13, 2013: We've scoured the Web to find the best and most compelling animal stories, videos and photos. And it's all right here.
Late last month, official White House photographer Pete Souza
joined Instagram, where he shares a behind-the-scenes look at life at 1600 Pennsylvania using his iPhone. And there’s already a breakout star from his page: Bo. Souza says he practiced being creative with his iPhone on the lovable 4-year-old
Portuguese Water Dog. “Bo is a great subject because, well, he’s Bo. Everyone loves Bo,” Souza said. His latest photo of the pooch, sitting in the Oval Office with a tennis ball in his mouth, gained 7,700 likes. The first
dog has been making headlines this week for getting a lift to Massachusetts’ Martha’s Vineyard in an MV-22 Osprey to join his family. Fingers crossed for a glimpse of a vacationing Bo! — Read it at
Health officials in Louisville, Ky., went door to door to track down nine children who were exposed to rabies after a bat was confirmed to have the disease. The children had carried the bat in a box and needed to be quickly treated. On its
Facebook page, the
American Veterinary Medical Association shared the story on Monday with a reminder. “One very simple way to protect yourself from rabies is to avoid handling bats and other wildlife, particularly if they appear ill. Leave it to the professionals to handle them.”— Read it from the
AP via Kentucky’s WKYT
Barry Switzer, a former coach for the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, was in a parking lot on Wednesday when he noticed a
Rottweiler puppy in the back of a van. The windows were open, but Switzer was worried because it was an “awful hot” day. So, he stayed and watched for her owners to come back. Then, he bought the puppy from them and took her to the vet. He brought the pup, who he named Stella, home with him, but because the animal loving coach already has so many
dogs, he found another good home for Stella — with a couple who’d lost their former home in the Moore, Okla., tornado in May. — Read it at
A baby panda who was born on
July 6 at the Taipei Zoo has been slowly reintroduced to her mom after spending a month apart. The baby bear squealed as she finally was back in Yuan Yuan’s arms on Monday. Temporarily nicknamed “Rice Meatball,” the tiny cub is the result of seven rounds of artificial insemination for mom Yuan Yuan and dad Tuan Tuan, reported the
Huffington Post U.K. The cub, who won’t meet the public for several more months, has spent much of her time in an incubator and is being
hand raised. — Watch it at
The singer’s pet, Kitty Purry, makes a cameo in a lyric video for her new single, “Roar.” "Now YOU can #ROAR louder than a lion too! Lyric video starring Myself, Kitty Purry & some of my closest buds here," Perry
Tweeted on Monday. Perry’s video ends with Kitty held up in the air while a woman, who’s believed to be Perry, coos at her. The singer has called her
cat her company’s CEO. — Read it at
Like this article? Have a point of view to share? Let us know!
Take our breed quiz to find your next pet.
Get all the best pet news and information sent right to your inbox!
Thank you for subscribing!
Two Humboldt penguins born at the
U.K.’s Cotswold Wildlife Park are being
raised by their dad after their mom died.
Does your kitty ever take kibble away
from his dish and munch on it in another
spot? Here's what's going on.
We’re clearing up popular misconceptions
about health, anesthesia, vet checkups and
more when it comes to older…
A people-loving dog who hails from Italy,
the Bracco Italiano is usually happiest
when he's with his family or out…
Parasites are no fun for dogs. Learn how
to protect your canine from heartworms,
hookworms, whipworms and more.
Check out our collection of more than 250 videos about pet training, animal behavior, dog and cat breeds and more.
Wonder which dog or cat best fits your lifestyle? Our new tool will narrow down more than 300 breeds for you.
Visit HealthyPet magazine for interviews with pet-loving celebrities, health advice from our experts, training tips and…
If the video doesn't start playing momentarily,
please install the latest version of Flash.
Thank you for subscribing.