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Pets are considered to be part of the family for many households in the U.S., with around 66% having a “fur-baby” of some kind. Many studies have shown that owning a pet can be incredibly beneficial for individual well-being. However, recent research has focused on the intricate role pets can play in romantic relationships. While it […]
Dogs’ celebrated sense of smell does more than help them detect senses unavailable to humans. Noses are dogs’ window to the world, and their relationship with humans.
Love of animals cuts across geographic and cultural boundaries, and pet ownership is rising around the world. Unsurprisingly, cats and dogs are the most popular pets. Learn more about global pet ownership trends from HealthforAnimals.
A preference for cats instead of dogs can say a lot about a person. Or not. The research about pet preferences actually raises compelling questions.
Watching your kitten sneeze is a cute and adorable sight, but excessive sneezing can signify a severe illness if left untreated, such as respiratory infection, asthma, or sinusitis. Learn about the causes of excessive sneezing and treatment.
The connection between canines and humans runs deep – all the way to the genetic level. Learn about the science that explains why dogs are such great human companions.
Kittens and grown cats may knead for different reasons, but the behavior is deeply rooted and intentional. Learn more.
Animal medicines are a critical link in the food safety chain, representing a necessary tool for farmers and veterinarians to help prevent diseases, treat sick animals, and control outbreaks among livestock and poultry. Keeping food-producing animals healthy also increases the availability and affordability of safe meat and dairy products.
The gaze, the purr, the zoomies. What’s going on in a cat’s mind? Learn about the inner lives of cats.
About Animal Health Institute
The Animal Health Institute (AHI) represents the companies that develop and produce animal medicines. Our industry is a global leader whose products improve the health of nearly 10 billion companion and food-producing animals in the U.S., which results in significant economic and social benefits for Americans.