Mon, Apr 27 | By Zootoo Pet News Staff | 163
NEW YORK -- Residents at the Bronx Zoo are now looking elsewhere for a permanent home -- New York City's oldest zoo has announced a round of lay-offs, which will kick hundreds of animals to the curb. The economy's weight has proved too m… more ›
Mon, Apr 27 | By Kris O'Donnell | 129
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Whenever she's out on the town, 2-year-old Gehts causes quite a stir. The central Florida pet grabs attention from the mere fact she's a wallaby.
"She's like a little baby, I love her," said Gehts' mom, Suzie Charna.
Tue, Apr 21 | By Amy Lieberman | 108
NEW YORK -- Having a firm grasp on animal forensics and toxicology is key to cracking cruelty cases, but sometimes, a lack of veterinary and police training prevents investigators from solving crimes. The University of Florida at Gainesv… more ›
Mon, Apr 20 | By Zootoo Pet News Staff | 145
NEW YORK -- The U.S. Supreme Court announced on Monday that it is willing to revisit a case involving animal cruelty and freedom of speech. The issue at hand is whether it is a crime to sell or own videos displaying acts of animal cruelt… more ›
Thu, Apr 16 | By The Associated Press | 91
JAKARTA, Indonesia -- Orangutans are still being captured for pets in Indonesia, further threatening the survival of the critically endangered great apes, conservationists said Thursday, blaming poor law enforcement. The wildlife trade m… more ›
Wed, Apr 8 | By The Associated Press | 111
NEW HAVEN, Vt. -- The black salamander with yellow spots sat on the roadside in the dark, ready to make a go of it. But it was not on its own. It got help from an escort -- one of 45 people who volunteered on a recent night to carry sala… more ›
We’ve all grown accustomed to the many fundraisers and charitable events that the pet industry produces for homeless pets. From pet food companies… more ›