The minds of science have a new theory in entertaining your dog while you aren't at home. Make them a mix tape. Baha Men, anybody?
The brainiacs at Cambridge have discovered that kids form stronger bonds with their furry siblings than their human counterparts.
Sometimes the animals we bring into our lives are not for us. However, there are some who take advantage of the pets we give away to a “good home”.
Meet animal vet Sam Kovac, founder of Southern Cross Veterinary Clinic and passionate force driving Project HoPe to see pets of the homeless receive adequate care despite their owners’ financial disadvantage.
After a recent study supposedly proved that owning a cat was akin to living with an apathetic criminal, I thought I’d set the record straight.
No-one likes spiders, and thanks to the findings of science, we know they can hear what we’ve been saying about them… Ohhh.
Supporters of Mike Baird’s greyhound racing ban have slammed what they see as his backflip on important policy. From inside the greyhound racing industry, here’s what the reversal means.
The gifts one can buy for their pooch is insane. But what do those on the receiving end think? We asked a very good boy to explain it for us. #Exclusive
Choosing a new dog is beset by societal rules where doing the “right” thing is deemed most important, even if your dog is unsuited to you.
Three perfect reasons to keep chickens, courtesy of The Home Grown Country Life.
Every year, thousands of people travel to Africa in order to capture big game…and apply a Valencia filter afterwards. Does this make iPhone-wielding safari goers the new breed of hunters?
Doggie ownership is a grand thing, but coming into an existing ownership as a step-dad is another.
We greyhound trainers who look after their dogs are the rule, not the exception. This ban has done nothing more than victimise us.
Mike Baird’s ban on greyhound racing will be divisive, but after I met Bernie, a victim of the industry, my mind was made up.
Due to modern farming methods, we are hearing the plight of the bumblebee. But what can we do to save them?
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? In our TBS Next Gen program, we publish content by Australian students mentored by TBS writers. This week, Bailey, 14, wonders why we keep dolphins in captivity.
Ruth Hatten argues that animal rights should trump human interests, as a prelude to The Ethics Centre’s IQ2 debate tonight.
With the monumental (if not late) decision by Ringling Brothers circus to retire performing elephants, Jordan Rivkin wants to see similar progress here.
As far as Sam Blacker is concerned, Mike Baird should cancel #SharkSummit so he can deal with the true menace of society: the selfie stick.
TBS has funded this scientific study to document the many species of commuters that call the public transit system home. Have we missed any? Let us know!
In the wake of the Cecil the Lion furore, Garry Mallard explains the significant differences between hunters and poachers.
Jordan Rivkin tells WA Premier to move on from the shark culling debate and put human deaths by sharks into perspective – surely fast food kills more people than sharks ever will?