WSU’s Rabies Free Africa launched the Rabies Hero campaign today to raise national awareness about potential disease outbreaks in animals as people miss routine veterinary care appointments during COVID-19.
The goal of the Saturday, Sept. 26, free clinics is to get pets owned by people who are low-income or experiencing homelessness updated on recommended vaccines – including rabies.
The research team is mapping and modeling alpine habitats in Glacier National Park where grizzlies forage on calorie-rich moths by the thousands in mid-summer.
A survey of 4,105 dog owners shows pets are playing a critical role in helping reduce their owner’s feelings of depression, anxiety and loneliness during social isolation.
The Washington State University Bear Research, Education, and Conservation Center has a new man-made cave, giving the bears something novel to explore in their exercise yard.
When physically fit women exercise during pregnancy they could be setting their children up for better fitness too, according to new WSU research.
Instead of traveling to Spokane for an in‑person competition, participants will record a video with their animals for the competition which is overseen by WSU Extension.
Washington State University Veterinarian Katie Kuehl wants to make sure the animals of people facing homelessness in Seattle don’t go without care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Heidi Bissell, an animal nutritionist for SeaWorld and Busch Gardens, will be on the Pullman campus to discuss how she uses science to improve the diet, health, and welfare of animals in zoos and parks at the annual Halver Lecture in Comparative Nutrition.
The facility will be the future home of the Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory where WSU scientists will conduct detection and surveillance programs for animal and public health.