Animal feed shortages in breeding stations reaches critical level due to budget cuts

Substantial budget cuts, especially for animal feed, has raised serious concern that many animals in breeding stations, operated by the Wildlife Conservation Office, will be left to starve, said President…

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Dog holiday on Hua Hin beach. (Photo by @maytoujours)

Pet parenting on the rise

Baby boomers have long worked hard to provide for the wellbeing of their children and today those same children – and their own offspring – are working equally hard to…

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Bravo, a Labrador Retriever, sits in front of a sample of human sweat after detecting the COVID-19 coronavirus at a mobile canine unit in Bangkok, Thailand, Thursday, June 17, 2021. Thailand has deployed a canine virus detection squad to help provide a fast and effective way of identifying people with COVID-19 as the country faces a surge in cases, with clusters found in several crowded slum communities and large markets. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

Woof woof: Thailand’s virus sniffer dogs to detect COVID19 in communities

Thailand’s dog virus-detecting squad are ready for their close up. Posing at a photo-opportunity organised by the Faculty of Veterinary Science at Bangkok’s Chulalongkorn University, they are demonstrating how they…

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