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Thu, May 8 | By Pet Pulse Staff Reports | 112

SAN FRANCISCO –- The number of commercially managed honey bee hives in the nation dropped 36.1 percent since last year, falling victim to new diseases, pesticide drift and parasites, according to the Apiary Inspectors of America, who promote better… more ›

Fewer Honey Bees Hurts Haagen-Daz
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Sun, Apr 13 | By Alison Hill | 197

ASHEVILLE, N.C. -- The opossum, or possum as it’s commonly known, is probably best known for its ability to fake death. But for many people these animals are little more than pests, and such misconceptions have led to their needless suffering over … more ›

Woman Saving America’s Only Marsupial
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Fri, Apr 4 | By Pet Pulse Staff Reports | 198

DENVER – The Denver Municipal Animal Shelter recently acquired six exotic guests. But the animals cannot be legally kept as pets in the state, and no one seems to know what to do with them. Shelter Director Doug Kelley said he and the … more ›

New Home Sought for Monkeys
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Fri, Mar 28 | By Robin Wallace | 1287

SEATTLE –- A new school, dedicated to animal health, will be built on the campus of Washington State University with the help of a multi-million dollar grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. University officials announced… more ›

Gates Gives $25M to Global Animal Health School

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