pets

An Australian white ibis looks for food scraps in a rubbish bin

The coronavirus pandemic is a timely reminder that diseases can jump from animals to humans in our own backyard too, a UNSW virologist says.

Person holding French Bulldog and plant sitting on couch in apartment.

NSW pet tenancy laws do not reflect the needs of society, with strata by-laws impacting the vulnerable, say UNSW experts.

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When you want to leave each other, but not your furry friend, could a shared arrangement be the answer? 

The COVID-19 crisis highlights the vulnerable existence animals endure

Reports of companion animals starving or being killed as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak highlight the vulnerable existence animals endure at the whim of humans.

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I did not set out to be an advocate for keeping native animals as pets, but raising a western quoll, quite simply, changed my life, writes Michael Archer.