Jane Kennedy's office is full of exotic creatures. As a lead zookeeper at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, she takes care of 359 animals every day.» Read More
A 13-foot hammerhead shark got up-close and personal with a pair of kayakers off the coast of Palm Beach, Fla., last week.
CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at a company who is developing marijuana products for animals.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan show video of a black bear on the loose in a neighborhood in British Columbia, Canada.
Ric O'Barry, Campaign Director of The Dolphin Project, says Japan is lying about the annual dolphin hunting season being a traditional custom.
California's record drought hasn't been sweet to honeybees, and it's creating a sticky situation for beekeepers and honey buyers.
Shark Week filmmaker Andy Casagrande talks about why he loves sharks and what his favorite — and scariest — moments were from this year's Shark Week.
Roscoe the "bed bug dog," and Jennifer Erdogan, of Bell Environmental Services, visit "Power Lunch."
Luxury living among the high-rise set is going to the dogs as builders are finding a huge demand for innovative spaces for animal lovers.
Tech start-up BarkBox is taking on pet e-commerce. Dog owners can now spoil their pooches with monthly care packages filled with treats and toys.
BarkBox supplies toys and treats for your dog. Co-founder & CEO Matt Meeker, discusses what pet owners get for their $20 a month subscription and how much room there is to grow in the pet space.
Hog farmers cooked and shared their best pork dishes right outside a barn housing live pigs at the World Pork Expo in Des Moines, Iowa.
Armchair safari travelers have a new weapon at their fingertips—a real-time app tracking the migration of the wildebeest.
We're very much investing online and using technology to deepen the connection with our customers, says David Lenhardt, PetSmart CEO, discussing how his company is using technology to capitalize on the big growth in the pet products segment.
In this NBC Nightly News report first broadcast on October 19, 2011, Stephanie Gosk reports on concerns about the lightly-regulated exotic pet industry. The story was a response to an incident in Ohio in which a man released several dozen exotic animals and then committed suicide.
No longer the exclusive stomping ground of purebreds, the Westminster Kennel Club dog show has opened its doors to mixed breeds.
CNBC's Mandy Drury shows a must see video of two men trying to get a poisonous snake off their windshield and the freak out that ensued.
The government is stepping in after nearly 600 deaths are believed to be linked to pet treats out of China. Wendy Diamond, Animal Fair Magazine, weighs in.
The FDA proposed strict new safety regulations for food produced for pets and other animals by both domestic and foreign manufacturers.
Wildlife officials to list the sage grouse as endangered species, a move that would greatly effect energy development in the Western U.S.
An unexpected line item on your holiday budget: A pricey vet bill for accidental poisoning or foreign body ingestion.