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 Gary Devereaux, the executive chef of London Zoo's caterers, serves a carrot and cabbage canape to a giraffe at a London zoo.

My First Job: Animal Chef

Jun 23, 2015
Peanut butter pine cones or dead mice, anyone?
Posted In: zoo, chef, first jobs, animals
Dr. Diane Tang, of Mohawk Alley Animal Hospital in Los Angeles, examines a cat named Melvin. She will offer several treatment options and estimates before providing him with care.

Health care costs? Let's talk

Jun 17, 2015
Vets offer a price range for treatments. Can we ask our doctors for the same?
Posted In: animals, doctors, medication

Pricing a child's plea for equine ownership

Nov 19, 2014
While it is expensive to buy and care for a horse, parents say the experience is worth it.
Posted In: horses, children, animals

Giant African snails seized at Los Angeles airport

Jul 14, 2014
Customs officials seized a live shipment of the animals which can carry disease.
Posted In: animals, enviroment, Health, customs

Hollywood turns to... taxidermy?

Jul 4, 2014
Movie and TV studios save money by renting dead animals.
Posted In: hollywood, animals

An ancient animal's blood is a modern medical miracle

Jun 17, 2014
The horseshoe crab's blue-colored blood is critical to modern medicine.
Posted In: horseshoe crabs, medicine, animals

Sea World celebrates 50 years amid animal care concerns

Mar 20, 2014
Despite “Blackfish,” SeaWorld generated more than $1 billion last year
Posted In: sea world, animals, marine life, animal rights, documentary film

The supply and demand of pound puppies

Jul 29, 2013
An export route has developed along the eastern seaboard with an unlikely commodity: homeless pets.
Posted In: pets, dogs, animals

Crackdown on shark fishing opposed by Japan, China

Mar 14, 2013
Japan and China have failed to block new restrictions on shark fishing at an international conference in Thailand.
Posted In: animals, Japan, China, endangered species

Drug companies cash in on curing animals

Sep 3, 2012
Animal health care is the fastest growing sector of health care. Medicine for the pets we love and the livestock we eat is a more than $4 billion business for the pharmaceutical company Pfizer.
Posted In: veternarian, pets, animals

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