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URBANA, Ill. -- Studies in people have shown those who receive appropriate pain management post-operatively recover more quickly from surgery and have less complications,...

  URBANA, Ill. -- The National Sleep Foundation reports that approximately 90 million American adults snore each night. And they're not the only ones: A...

From snacking on human treats to biting colorful light bulbs, as the winter holiday season draws closer, pet owners must keep an even more watchful eye on their furry, four-legged friends.

According to Sallianne Schlacks, a veterinarian who is completing a residency in small animal internal medicine at the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Urbana, the occurrence of diabetes in cats and dogs is on the rise.

As the combine moves across the fields, closing in on the soybean harvest, our English Shepherd posts himself in the best place to observe,...

If you thought the Queen of England, Prince Charles, and young William share a protective pride of their royal surname, you ought to meet...

A Pekingese isn't your typical farm dog, but they've been the favorite of columnist Judie Sutherland her whole [farm] life.

Have you listened lately to your house, especially if it is an old house? Over the years you've learned to identify its creaks and cracks, its rattles and bangs, without becoming alarmed. You also know its smells, not just from the kitchen, and if a skunk is passing through.

COLUMBUS -- As the cold winter months quickly approach, the Animals for Life Foundation -- a non-profit that promotes the proper care of animals -- wants to ensure that the animals in your life are safe and healthy this winter

Have crate, will travel. The crate is for Fido, a place for him to relax and feel safe, while you, the dog’s owner, travel. Crate? Travel...