Dogs

Time to fret over student pets

In last Friday’s issue of the Journal, we published a feature profiling student pet owners, outlining the ups and downs of having a pet in a student household.Continue...

Ghetto pets

Caring for a furry friend isn’t always fun and games if you’re a student.Continue...

Breed-specific legislation doles out careless, ineffective punishment

Discrimination isn’t limited to the human species. The animals we interact with most—cats and dogs—are companion animals, yet within this group, not all are treated equally. In some countries,...Continue...

Netflix's Dogs is a refreshing depiction of the human-pet relationship

If long nights of bingeing true crime shows left you questioning your faith in humanity, you need Netflix's docuseries, Dogs .Continue...

Fighting for transparency with Queen’s haemophiliac dog colony

In the basement of Botterell Hall, below the scattered study spaces and underground lecture halls, lie some of Queen’s more contentious research labs.Continue...

The healing power of furry friends

When exam season strikes, nothing is more distracting and funny than cat memes on the Internet.

But seeing a cat or dog in real life could actually help you focus more on your...Continue...

Pups Of K-Town

By Katherine Kopiak (ArtSci ’14)
Contributor

One thing that I absolutely love about living in Kingston is that no matter where you are you’re very likely to encounter a four-legged...Continue...