Animal Welfare

UNR temporarily closes meat plant and seeks outside supplier to resume operations

The University of Nevada, Reno is seeking an outside company to operate its long-standing Wolf Pack Meats slaughterhouse and meat processing plant. Carson Now reported today that UNR has announced it is temporarily closing the factory to find a supplier to resume operations. UNR cited financial instability — the facility struggled for decades to maintain sustainable operation — as the ...

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Norfolk SPCA hosts Salty Dog Beach Walk

All proceeds from the event go directly to housing, feeding and caring for their animals. They can hold 100, but their kennels are always full. NORFOLK, Va. — There were plenty of paws in the sand in the Ocean View area today as the Norfolk SPCA brought back its Salty Dog Beach Walk. All this to support the hundreds of ...

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SPCA Albrecht Center Waives Adoption Fees Through September | New

The SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare and Best Friends Animal Society, two organizations with the same goal of saving animal lives, are teaming up for another adoption campaign to encourage people to choose to adopt, not d buy, their next pet. All fees will be waived until the end of September. The goal is to get around 100 animals ...

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The death of the hero dog revives the debate on animal cruelty

September 15, 2022 SEOUL – Boksun was once hailed as a hero for helping save his owner from a stroke three years ago. Last month, she was found bleeding profusely at her home in Jeongeup, North Jeolla province, after being brutally injured by an assailant. Her owner took her to a vet, but after learning of the high medical bills, ...

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Karnataka to soon enforce cow slaughter ban law | bangalore

The Karnataka government is hatching the idea of ​​training sub-inspector level police officers to prevent animal cruelty and enforce the Cow Slaughter Ban Act. Livestock Minister Prabhu B. Chavan said that “the government is considering training police sub-inspectors to prevent animal cruelty and enforce the Cow Slaughter Prohibition Act. “. He held a meeting with the Karnataka Animal Welfare Board ...

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Cost of living crisis affects North Wales animal rescue center

Spending hundreds of pounds on a puppy, only to hand it over to an animal rescue center days later, seems unlikely in the midst of a cost of living crisis, but it is a mind-boggling reality. The North Clwyd Animal Rescue (NCAR) team have seen no letup in the need for their services, whether taking in animals or those interested ...

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Authorities seize more than 30 German Shepherds from Putnam Co.

At least 30 German Shepherds found in deplorable conditions were seized on Friday by MPs and animal protection and control officers. PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind. – More than two dozen dogs seized Friday in west-central Indiana need a place to stay, police said. The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office and the County Animal Care and Control Department are seizing about 30 German ...

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The Honest Kitchen, Human-Grade Pet Food Company, Earns B Corp™ Certification

The pet food brand announces that it is now certified B Corporation™ (B Corp), a prestigious certification that formalizes its commitment to people, planet and pets. SAN DIEGO, September 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Honest Kitchen, a San Diego producer of natural, human-grade pet foods, supplements and treats, today announced that it has successfully completed the rigorous evaluation process to ...

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The taurine market is expected to project excellent growth from 2022 to

NEWARK, Del, Sept. 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Future Market Insights is a prolific ESOMAR-certified market research and advisory firm, which recently released its new taurine market study which offers in-depth analysis and key factors taurine demand. The report tracks global taurine sales in over 20 high-growth markets, combined with analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on the food and ...

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How a dog sparked a nurse’s mission to save thousands of lives

On a freezing day in 2008, Adelaide nurse Mia Aukland decided she was ready to adopt a dog. She jumped in her car and drove nearly 40 minutes to the nearest animal shelter. “I was ready to welcome another dog’s love into my home after my dog ​​Sarah died,” she told Yahoo News Australia. After arriving, Ms Aukland asked staff ...

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Last batch of beagles removed from troubled breeding facility

CUMBERLAND, Va. (AP) — The Humane Society of the United States said it removed the latest group of beagles from a struggling breeding facility in Virginia that had planned to sell the dogs to animal testing labs. The organization said it removed the remaining 312 dogs from the Cumberland facility on Thursday. Nearly 4,000 beagles were removed in total. They ...

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Animal welfare advocates step up legal efforts to end illegal trade in kangaroo parts in California

Natural disasters were hard enough on kangaroos. Do they also need to be hunted for shoes? The Center for a Humane Economy has filed a lawsuit against Soccer USA based on information that the retailer is violating California law by selling products from kangaroos. Groups Call on Soccer Shop USA to Stop Illegal Sales of Kangaroo Soccer Cleats We have ...

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‘Duke must be punished’: Animal rights groups file federal complaints over welfare concerns

Animal rights organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has filed a federal lawsuit against Duke alleging animal abuse, according to an Aug. 17 press release. PETA filed the lawsuit with the National Institutes of Health, saying the actions of a Duke researcher “may have resulted in the loss of two of the four puppies,” and the pigs weren’t ...

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corland | News, Sports, Jobs

Police activity reported from August 12 to 18: Aug. 18, 8:23 p.m. – Traffic disruption reported in the 500 block of West Main Street. A juvenile driver received a citation for driving 64mph in a 35mph zone. 2.53pm – Two vehicle crash reported in the 600 block of South High Street. 10:26 a.m. – Cortland Police assisted Bazetta ...

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Consumers sue Whole Foods for allegedly falsely advertising beef without antibiotics: NPR

A pedestrian wears a mask while walking past a sign for a Whole Foods Market in San Francisco, Tuesday, March 31, 2020. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption toggle caption Jeff Chiu/AP A pedestrian wears a mask while walking past a sign for a Whole Foods Market in San Francisco, Tuesday, March 31, 2020. Jeff Chiu/AP Several consumers are suing Whole Foods, ...

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San Francisco Mayor London Breed Proclaims Adopt a Senior Dog Day

Muttville founder Sherri Franklin with 7-year-old Snowy, Muttville’s 10,000th rescue. Photo: Muttville San Francisco Mayor London Breed proclaims August 24 Adopt A Senior Dog Day in honor of Muttville’s 15th anniversary. Why is this important: Old dogs also need homes. But young dogs are more likely to be adopted from shelters, with an adoption rate of 60% compared to 25% ...

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DAWG will use the air to transport local animals in need – Herald Democrat

This weekend, the Denison Animal Welfare Group will take off in search of forever homes for local animals in need. The welfare group this week announced a partnership with Dog is my CoPilot, a nonprofit that helps transport animals from high-influx shelters to areas of the country with high adoption rates. “We have formed a relationship with Dog is My ...

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Highland University of New Mexico offers animal control certification scholarships to six students

NMHU News: New Mexico Highland University President Sam Minner has awarded six scholarships to members of the Highland community to take the National Animal Control and Care Association’s Animal Care and Control Course, or NACA. Six people were chosen for this opportunity out of sixty applications, and they are being supported to enroll in the class through the school’s community ...

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Raleigh-area animal rescue groups team up to help beagles from mass breeding facility

RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) — Local animal rescue groups are teaming up to help dozens of beagles rescued from a mass breeding facility in Virginia. On Sunday, the SAFE Care Spay and Neuter Clinic provided spaying surgeries, exams and vaccinations for beagles rescued from the ENVIGO facility in Cumberland, Virginia. Beagles move into foster homes in North Carolina after being rescued ...

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20,000 Dogs and Counting, Madison Shelter Steals Puppies to Forever Homes

MADISON, NJ — St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center, a cruelty-free animal sanctuary, will fly its 20,000th dog a little closer to home forever next week in a big, milestone celebration. The 20,000th lucky passenger is named Sweetie Johnson, and he’s a 5-year-old Louisiana Terrier mix. On August 16, Sweetie will land at Morristown Airport, where she will be greeted with ...

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Pets In Need staff will not stand trial in puppy death case | New

Three women charged with offenses related to the deaths of seven puppies in a hot van last summer have been accepted into a diversion program and will not face trial, Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Brian Brian Buckelew. Pets In Need Employees Patricia Santana Valencia, Shelter Operations Manager; Margaret Evans, former behavior manager; and Ingrid Hartmann, former human resources ...

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USDA wants to restore organic wellness standards; could be beneficial for food security

Celebrating the USDA’s August 5 decision to reinstate organic animal welfare standards, organic advocates are hailing this as a “resounding victory” for organic farmers, their livestock, and organic consumers. As such, it reverses the Trump administration’s 2018 withdrawal of the 2017 rule on organic livestock and poultry. The 2017 regulations, which took 10 years to develop, governed the living conditions, ...

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USDA proposes restoring organic animal welfare standards eviscerated by Trump administration, marking big win for organic advocates and consumers

WASHINGTON, August 6, 2022 – Today, the USDA officially committed to reinstating the 2017 Organic Livestock and Poultry Practices (OLPP) Rule, saying the USDA organic label includes protections for animal welfare – a major victory for organic advocates, farmers and consumers. The rule proposed by today’s preprint reverses the Trump administration’s actions that gutted the OLPP in 2018. “This is ...

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Pilgrim’s Celebrates Sustainability Achievements in 2021

Published 2 hours ago Issued by Pilgrim Summary Pilgrims is investing more than $18.7 million in projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in 2021, working towards a more sustainable future. Report Highlights Pilgrim [NASDAQ: PPC], a leading global food company, today announced the release of its 2021 Sustainability Report, which includes updates on progress towards the organization’s 2030 goals announced ...

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Pet Adoption Places in New England – NBC Boston

NBC10 Boston, Telemundo Boston, NECN and NBC Sports Boston have announced that their annual Clear The Shelters animal adoption and donation campaign will return for the eighth consecutive year from August 1-31. As part of the month-long event, NBC and Telemundo Boston stations are partnering with local animal shelters and rescues to promote pet adoption and help raise funds to ...

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AHRC Suffolk and RISE Life Services deliver donated dog food and toys to Kent Animal Shelter

AHRC Suffolk and RISE Life Services today delivered donations of dog food and toys to the Kent Animal Shelter in Calverton to help offset rising food costs needed to care for the animals. Botf organizations, which provide services for people with developmental disabilities, collected donations last month to give to the shelter. Kent currently has around 20 dogs up for ...

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Children can read to cats this summer at King William Regional Animal Shelter – Daily Press

KING WILLIAM — Cats at the regional animal shelter are being socialized — and kids are making new furry friends — through the Cats & Cloverbuds 4-H program. Next month, the Cloverbuds will read books to cats at the shelter, located at 20201 King William Road in King William County. Sessions take place on August 2 and 16 from 1 ...

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Struggling to meet shoppers’ preference for specialty eggs

Egg Citing Innovations As cage-free eggs become the industry standard, there are other areas of innovation that grocers should be aware of. One of the fastest growing egg segments is the herbal category. In addition to these products being perceived as more animal and planet friendly, more and more consumers are choosing plant-based products to improve their health. According to ...

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Sannat horse racing moved to 4pm after animal welfare concerns

A horse race due to take place in the scorching afternoon heat in Sannat has been postponed to a later date, after animal welfare concerns were raised with the local council. Held each year as part of the Santa Margarita holiday celebration in Sannat, the animals were due to run down the village’s main thoroughfare at 1.30pm, despite Animal Welfare ...

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QCAWC volunteer nominated for Pay It Forward Award

Executive Director Patti McRae spotlights a volunteer who hasn’t missed a Wednesday in 17 years MILAN, Ill. — Our pets are an integral part of our families and we would do anything to help them live the best possible life. Patti McRae, Executive Director of Quad City Animal Welfare Center, knows that helping pet parents is just as important as ...

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Ex-Governor Wilder sues VCU prez and other headlines in Virginia

• A judge has launched a libel suit brought by the former chairwoman of the Virginia Parole Board (now Portsmouth’s new city superintendent) against a Richmond TV station.—Associated Press • Former Governor Doug Wilder has filed a $5 million lawsuit against the VCU president, who named his government school after him and where he works as a teacher. The lawsuit ...

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The legal protection of animals is not strong enough in Canada • Troy Media

Reading time: 3 minutes When it comes to laws protecting pets and livestock, Canada gets a failing grade. Marcelo Rodriguez Ferrere In 2020, an international organization called World Animal Protection gave the country a D, placing it among a group that includes Tanzania, Peru, and the United States. According to Marcelo Rodriguez Ferrere, a doctoral candidate in law who is ...

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Milo needs security in his house forever

GODFREY – Merry Milo is a young, active and agile Mini Australian Shepherd. Born on November 15, 2020, Milo is a handsome dog who is a bit shy when he first meets people, but gets back on track quickly. He loves attention and belly rubs. His only problem would be that he can climb a fence – so a 4ft ...

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26 dogs rescued: Coastal Pet Rescue sheds light on animal hoarding

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Between May and June, a local pet shelter encountered three different hoarding situations. “Two were abandoned by their owner because they recognized they needed help,” said Lisa Scarbrough, director and founder of Coastal Pet Rescue (CPR). “We took six animals from the first house, six from the second but they had more than they wanted to ...

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Animal shelters urgently need to find homes amid overcrowding

AIKEN COUNTY, SC (WJBF) – Animal shelters across the country and here in CSRA are experiencing overcrowding. Many of them feel it especially during the summer months. This is why there is a national call for adoption. Local animal shelters need your help in a dire situation. Getting cats and dogs, like Gabrielle, out of a crowded space for your ...

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Sugar Land City Council adjusts sanitation contract, accepts donations for animal shelter

City of Sugar Land Wastewater Service Contract Annual Consumer Price Index Increased from 2.5% to 7.8% for FY2023, Following Council Approval Council of Sugar Land at its last meeting. The contract between the City of Sugar Land and Brazos River Authority is currently in its fourth year. “The one-time increase is a contractual increase with the Brazos River Authority due ...

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Animal shelters receive grants | Local News

Three Golden Isles nonprofit organizations dedicated to caring for and housing unwanted dogs have just received grants to support animals in times of need. The Raymond & Elizabeth Baumel and Abernathy Fund Annual Gift for Animal Welfare awarded the grants through the Coastal Georgia Communities Foundation. Kaitlyn Cenicola, who is part of the foundation, said Raymond Baumel, a longtime businessman ...

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A vigilante dog barks for the Animal Welfare Awards

The RSPCA WA is calling for entries for its annual Animal Welfare Awards, with heroic and caring humans, and furry and feathered friends, being celebrated. Community members are encouraged to nominate deserving groups and individuals who work to save animal lives and improve animal welfare. Animals have their own special category, designed to highlight the human-animal bond and its positive ...

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Understaffed Jefferson Animal Shelter Struggles Under Wave Of Stray, Abandoned Animals | New

Finding a home for a toy-sized dog or puppy was an easy task at Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter. “Two years ago, there were people fighting in the parking lot to adopt a small dog,” says Michelle Brignac, the director of the shelter. But now the shelter can barely get them out. And a room that Brignac said was “very rarely ...

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UFO Festival Goers Will Experience a ‘Close Encounter’…with PETA’s Message

The group will ask everyone to take care of the bears and avoid the roadside zoo For immediate release:June 30, 2022 Contact:David Perle 202-483-7382 Roswell, New Mexico – On Saturday, UFO Festival attendees can anticipate a different kind of “sighting”: a conductive object identified by PETA, i.e. a moving billboard, reminding everyone to drive past the park and city-owned Spring ...

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Farmer’s market season has arrived in North Brooklyn

Farmer’s market season is in full swing and North Brooklyn’s Green Markets sell the season’s best produce, meats, breads, flowers, and more. dominoes park The Domino Park Green Market. GrowNYC’s Domino Park Greenmarket is open every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. until November 20. If you’re having trouble finding it this year, it’s because the Domino Park Farmer’s ...

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KNUST School of Veterinary Medicine holds first animal welfare seminar

There has been general concern in Ghana and around the world over the way animals are treated in society. Veterinarians are therefore well placed to understand animal welfare and communicate it to the general public. The KNUST school of veterinary medicine in collaboration with the Animal Welfare League therefore organized a seminar on animal welfare for veterinary students. The inaugural ...

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Funding for Sand Springs animal welfare shelter upgrades on the ballot – FOX23 News

Video: Sand Springs Animal Welfare encourages residents to vote yes on funding proposal SAND SPRINGS, Okla. – Sand Springs Animal Welfare encourages people to vote yes on a bond proposal that would provide the organization with a larger facility. “We’re definitely too big for our facility here, so we’re hoping to have bigger areas,” said Tracy Arvidson, animal welfare coordinator ...

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State tells county ‘great job’ on new animal shelter

The first report from state animal welfare inspectors praises the work done by Guilford County staff, designers and builders on the new Guilford County Animal Shelter that opened in late last year at 980 Guilford College Road in Greensboro. The expensive new facility – with the lofty, longer name of ‘Guilford County Animal Resource Center’ – was built to replace ...

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Prime Minister of Tasmania – Next step to better protect animals

June 20, 2022 Jo Palmer, Minister of Primary Industries and Water The Liberal Government of Tasmania takes animal welfare very seriously and that is why we are taking action to further strengthen the Animal Welfare Act. Developed with the RSPCA and key stakeholders, the project Animal Welfare Amendment Bill 2022 is now open ...

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Carolyn Frances Christopher Obituary – Chief Pueblo

Carolyn Christopher passed away peacefully at home with her daughter Lynnda by her side on April 29, 2022. She was born to Alan and Lillian Ladd II on February 9, 1936 in Lovell, Wyo. She grew up in Wyoming and Colorado. and graduated from Pueblo Central High School. Above all, Carolyn was a loving mother, grandmother and passionate activist, and ...

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Pilot whales stranded on Chatham sandbar, IFAW is working to save them

CHATHAM – Of five pilot whales stranded off Chatham on Saturday, two escaped the harbour, two died and one continues to be monitored as it swims into the harbour. The International Fund for Animal Welfare responded to several calls about the whales on its stranding hotline on Saturday afternoon June 11, leading to a weekend-long rescue mission to treat and ...

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Plant Scientist Elysabeth Alfano Joins All Y’alls Foods™ Advisory Board

The queen of all things herbal rises to help advise Texas vegetable protein producer. CROSSING ROADS, Texas, June 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — All Y’alls Foods www.allyallsfoods.com Announces Addition of Plant-Based Authority Elysabeth Alfano to their advisory board. Elysabeth Alfano All Y’alls foods All Y’all Foods Makers of It’s Jerky Y’all & It’s Big Crunchy Bacony Bits Y’all announced that Elysabeth ...

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New York pet stores fear proposed law banning sale of animals

A move to stop the sale of live animals raised or sold under inhumane conditions in New York could force local pet stores to close up. New York’s roughly 80 pet stores are expected to change business models after lawmakers passed the Puppy Mill Pipeline bill before the end of the session. Legislation prohibits the retail sale of dogs, cats ...

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DSM acquires Brazilian animal nutrition technology company

Based in Belo-Horizonte, Prodap combines nutrition, advisory and technology services to optimize ruminant farming operations, DSM said. “Through its portfolio of digital solutions, it collects data and develops insights in real time, which is then translated into tailored nutritional solutions for clients, with remote or in-person support provided by its experienced consultants. Prodap has operations in the states of Mato ...

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Guest Opinion: Deadly Dog Mutilations, Overcrowding, Underfunded Shelters in Alabama

This is a guest opinion column Wendy Montealegre stood in the pouring rain. She could see the chained dogs that a worried neighbor had called her. She could also see puppies in a crate nearby. “Leave my property or I’ll call the police,” a woman shouted at him. The rain fell harder and a crate full of puppies began to ...

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Mill Mountain Zoo hosts ribbon cutting for expansion and renovation of two exhibits

ROANOKE, Va. (WDBJ) – Dozens of people gathered for the ribbon-cutting ceremony to view the expansion and renovation of the black bear and red wolf exhibits at the Mill Mountain Zoo. The initial goal of the zoo was to make the area accessible to people with disabilities and this resulted in an even bigger project. The Mill Mountain Zoo had ...

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West Ham defender Kurt Zouma sentenced to 180 hours of community service over cat attack video

By Sammy Mngqosini, CNN West Ham defender Kurt Zouma was sentenced to 180 hours of community service on Wednesday after pleading guilty to kicking and slapping a cat, according to PA Media. UK animal welfare organization RSPCA have launched an investigation into the France international player after video of the incident filmed by his younger brother, Yoan, surfaced online in ...

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New RSPCA WA inspector operational in the Mid West

The RSPCA WA has a new inspector in the Mid West, dedicated to making the region a safer, healthier and happier place for animals and their owners. Paul Acton, a former ranger who has lived in the area for 15 years, is now permanently based in the Mid West after three months of training in Perth. He says the role ...

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Pregnant critically endangered Sumatran tigress at Oklahoma City Zoo

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — A Sumatran tigress at the Oklahoma City Zoo is pregnant. Lola, 10, is due to give birth this summer. Sumatran tigers are a critically endangered species. The Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) Species Survival Plan® (SSP) for Sumatran tigers has recommended that the OKC Zoo arrange for Lola to breed with her mate, 14-year-old Kami, ...

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Giving Paws launches high-quality pet products dedicated to supporting homeless animals

Every purchase supports shelters and rescues to help improve quality of life as animals wait for their forever homes. Tweet that “Our products meet the practical needs of pet owners and are based on the insights of pet care professionals,” said Giving Paws Founder Gina Castagnozzi. “Our mission is to provide premium quality items that improve the lives of pets ...

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Animal Welfare Association’s Paws and Feet 5K Race and Doggie Fun Day June 4 – Trentonian

VOORHEES – The Association for Animal Welfare has announced that its biggest fundraising event of the year is back from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 4 in downtown Voorhees here. The event will offer a full range of events focusing on the special bond between humans and their pets. This year’s event is especially exciting with expanded ...

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Plant-based ‘world’s first eggs’ served by an Israeli food tech startup

An Israeli food tech start-up is serving up what it calls the world’s first plant-based poached and fried eggs (also known as sunny eggs), aiming to debut in more American restaurants. later this year after a $5 million seed round. Yo! Egg (also Yo-Egg) was founded in 2019, developing an egg-free product that produces poached, fried “eggs,” with the equivalent ...

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Orange County Pet Sale Ban Survives Court, Legislative Challenges – Orlando Sentinel

Orange County’s ban on the retail sale of pets, which is due to go into effect next month, appears to have survived legislative and legal challenges to block it — until now. The Florida Pet Protection Act (SB 994), which sought to preempt local laws like the ban passed 4-3 last summer by Orange County commissioners, died at the Florida ...

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Farmer Focus reaffirms its commitment to safety and

HARRISONBURG, Va., May 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Focus on farmersthe only 100% USDA certified organic and cruelty-free® a chicken company with a mission to promote and protect generational family farms, is proud to announce a major safety and operational milestone at its plant: 5 million work hours with no lost work injuries according to OSHA. In addition to this ...

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Langley Animal Shelter to Cut Dog Adoption Fees in Half – Aldergrove Star

Looking for a furry friend but not sure where to go? Well, the hunt could now be coming to an end. The Langley Animal Protection Society (LAPS) is hosting a Spring for a Furever Friend adoption event, offering half-price adoption fees for all adoptable dogs May 15-21. Sarah Jones, the society’s executive director, said the facility has about 13 dogs ...

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The versatility of specialty deli meats

Along with offering intriguing flavor profiles, one of the appeals of the Italian specialty meat category is its versatility. Out-of-the-box options cater to high-end snacks, simple meals, brunches, and entertainment with holidays such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, and July 4 indexing the highest. Although demand peaks during times when consumers want to create a memorable experience, Italian specialty meats ...

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Re-wild of a rhino – bioGraphic

In the Manas Banani Food Producers group, for example, women learn to grow mushrooms, pickle local produce and weave textiles for locals and tourists. “Before our group was formed by WWF in 2017, most of us used to graze our cattle in the jungle and we also collected firewood there,” says Dharitri Pathak from Barengabari village. in Manas. Sharmila Basumatary ...

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Tackling livestock and agriculture challenges together

Although larger, more intensive farms can better maintain a stable, quality workforce, intensification and large animal numbers can increase animal (and human) stress and disease pressure. Animals in modern commercial production systems are often confined to housing systems that limit their ability to express species-specific behavior. This can lead to damaging behaviors such as tail biting or feather pecking. Unfortunately, ...

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‘I can’t walk away’: Animal welfare campaigner scrambles to help chained dogs

But owners are often reluctant to improve the living conditions of their dogs. In eight to nine cases out of 10, they are not receptive. Li hears responses like, “The dog is lazy, he can’t stand, he only likes to sleep” or “If you care about animal welfare, then go to the shelter and adopt all the animals there. — ...

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The Lever Foundation Praises Peet’s Coffee and JDE Peet’s on New Comprehensive Global Animal Welfare Policy

AMSTERDAM, May 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — JDE Peet’s, the Dutch listed food and beverage conglomerate with more than 50 brands including Peet’s Coffee, OldTown White Coffee, Maxwell House and Pickwick, today received high praise from the International NGO Lever Foundation for publishing a new comprehensive Global Farm Animal Welfare Policy. JDE Peet’s new world politics, which the Lever Foundation helped ...

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EarthStream Announces Partnership with International Vegan Film Festival

An independent streaming platform, EarthStream today announced its partnership with the International Vegan Film Festival (IVFF) to stream some of their standout films and shorts. This agreement will allow the filmmakers who participated in the festival to present their films to a wider global audience who are interested in animal welfare, wildlife, the plant way of life and climate change. ...

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It’s Your Turn: Celebrate Pets

Unconditional love, increased happiness, and reduced stress…these are just a few of the many benefits pets bring to our lives. May is National Pet Month, a time to celebrate and recognize all the animals that have a loving paw print on our hearts and are beloved members of our families. This is also the time to recognize the animals that ...

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Implantation of a microchip in pet dogs and cats will become mandatory in June in Japan

A veterinarian implants a microchip into a kitten at a pet store-affiliated facility in Ota Ward, Tokyo in January. The Yomiuri Shimbun TOKYO — Microchipping pet dogs and cats and registering owner details will become mandatory in June under the revised Animal Welfare and Management Act. Breeders and pet stores will be required to microchip dogs and cats before they ...

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Mountain Humane has helped families keep their pets during the pandemic

BY KAREN BOSSICK Mountain Humane distributed enough pet food to flesh out a 16,000 pound Tyrannosaurus rex last year. The animal welfare organization near Hailey donated 16,120 pounds of pet food to 331 families in Blaine County and 141 families in nearby towns in 2021, according to its 2021 annual report. Other statistics: It provided care for 2,707 animals, ...

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“One-eyed Joe”: a cat missing for five years found on a Scottish oil platform | Animals

A cat that had been missing for five years has been reunited with its owner after being found on an offshore oil rig. Oil rig workers contacted the Scottish SPCA on Thursday after finding the animal in a shipping container originating in Peterhead. On Friday, staff from the Scottish Animal Welfare charity recovered the microchipped cat, after it was returned ...

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How technology has influenced the pet care industry

If you are a pet owner or run a pet business, you should know that this industry is like a gold mine waiting to be mined to the max. The industry has already taken off and there is no way it will slow down in the near future. This is mainly because pet parents are emotional towards their pets. It’s ...

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Collingwood Animal Shelter Receives $25,000 Donation

A couple donated $25,000 to a Collingwood animal shelter. Lynn and Derrick March, founders of the Zoey Foundation, donated the money to the Georgian Triangle Humane Society (GTHS), a non-profit charitable organization that provides shelter for homeless animals, adoption services and medical care for animals in need. The Zoey Foundation is a family foundation that provides financial support to animal ...

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Global Cattle Feed Market to Be Driven by Rising Animal Welfare Concerns Over the Forecast Period 2021-2027 – Blackswan Real Estate

Expert Market Research’s new report titled ‘Global Cattle Feed Market Report and Forecast 2022-2027’ gives an in-depth analysis of the global cattle feed market, assessing the market based on its segments such as livestock type, channel of distribution and the main regions. . The report tracks the latest industry trends and studies their impact on the overall market. It also ...

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‘The most hypocritical marketing campaign we’ve seen in a long time’: New video debunks KFC’s greenwashing

In December last year, YouTuber Niko Omilana shot a video called “Behind the Bucket”, appearing to show happy birds at a farm that sells chickens to KFC. The video, shared on Twitter by media site Joe, shows the hens roaming freely in a warm shed filled with straw and enrichment activities including a swing. “Tony really opened my eyes today ...

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Police charge two Kitchener residents under provincial animal protection services law

Region of Waterloo, Ontario – Police have charged two Kitchener residents under the Provincial Animal Welfare Services Act (PAWS) after an investigation in Kitchener. On March 28, 2022, officers from the Waterloo Regional Police Neighborhood Policing Central Division launched an animal cruelty investigation in conjunction with inspectors from provincial animal welfare services. A community member had found a trash bag ...

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Animal control seizes dozens of animals from Alfred home

Animal control seized dozens of animals from a home in Alfred on Thursday. Animal owner Brenda MacKenzie says she had seven cats and 40 dogs, 30 of which were rescue animals. She says authorities had searched the house before after reporting that some of the dogs were sick. “They came back with a court order to search and seize my ...

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No more cosmetics tested on animals in NH

Rebecca Hamilton is co-CEO of WS Badger Company in Gilsum. The House Commerce Committee will soon determine the fate of animal-tested cosmetics legislation introduced in the New Hampshire Senate earlier this year. SB 202, which would end the sale of animal-tested cosmetics in the state, won overwhelming support in the Senate, and for good reason. It has the support of ...

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NOTICE: Backyard chickens should not be allowed in Rock Springs

This opinion piece was written and submitted by Rock Springs resident Madhu Anderson. OPINION ARTICLES ARE SUBMITTED TO SWEETWATERNOW.COM BY THIRD PARTIES AND DO NOT REFLECT THE OPINION OF SWEETWATERNOW OR ITS MANAGEMENT. SUBMIT YOUR OPINION FOR POSSIBLE PUBLICATION THROUGH THE SUBMIT BUTTON. According to the current ordinance of the City of Rock Springs, chickens are not permitted within the city ...

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SPCA calls for community approach to fight animal cruelty

Monday, April 4, 2022, 12:55 p.m.Press release: SPCA The SPCA is calling on New Zealanders to come together to help end cruelty to animals, as the charity continues to see a disturbing number of reports of neglected, abused and abandoned animals. Each year, the SPCA receives approximately 14,000 public concern calls regarding allegations of cruelty and other welfare issues. With ...

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The Town Hall of Marbella continues the works of the Triple A animal shelter

The town hall of MARBELLA is continuing work on the Triple A animal shelter, which should be completed within a year and increase the area to almost 2,000 square meters. The mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, visited the works on Friday, April 1, together with the councilor for the works, Diego López, and the general director of health, Lisandro Vieytes and declared ...

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Singapore Opens First Animal Rehabilitation Center to Help Stray Animals Adapt to Home Life and Find Adopters

SINGAPORE — A new animal rehabilitation center has opened to take in stray animals and help them adjust to the home environment, so they can more easily find adopters and be rehomed. Located in Lim Chu Kang, the Animal Rehabilitation Center is managed by the Animal and Veterinary Service (AVS). It has 13 kennels to acclimate stray dogs to a ...

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Judges add three new cases, including animal welfare law challenge and Warhol copyright dispute

SCOTUS NEWS By Amy Howe March 28, 2022 at 1:49 p.m. The Supreme Court on Monday issued orders from the judges’ private conference last week, adding three new cases to the docket for the next term. The new cases involve an animal welfare law challenge in California, a death penalty issue in Arizona and a copyright dispute over a work ...

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Help Local Creatures Big and Small with an Animal Fund | Business

Abandoned. Cold. Scared. Two tiny tufts of orange fur were piled up for warmth by the side of the road. Their chances of survival were slim. But then a kind-hearted stranger stopped the car, picked them up and shared their story on social media. Now, with a new home and a seemingly endless supply of toys, treats and affection, these ...

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Poll finds 88% support for provincial licenses for zoos in Ontario

A new poll commissioned by World Animal Protection (WAP) shows that 88 per cent of Ontarians surveyed support regulations that would create licenses for zoos in the province and set standards for animal safety and welfare. Nine percent of the 1,020 people randomly polled by Nanos Research somewhat support these changes, according to the advocacy group. It calls on provincial ...

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Former Iowa puppy mill owner Daniel Gingerich pleads guilty

The southern Iowa puppy mill owner who racked up more than 120 animal welfare law violations in six months has reached a plea deal for his criminal charges. Daniel Gingerich faced two counts of animal neglect with grievous bodily injury or death, an aggravated misdemeanor. He also faced four counts of animal neglect with injury, a felony. A plea agreement ...

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Farmers and crofters can learn more about Quality Meat Scotland’s changes to its standards at upcoming village hall meetings

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Animal Welfare Organization S’pore Urgently Seeks Dog Adopter Or Will Be Euthanized – Mothership.SG

Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg Animal welfare organization Exclusively Mongrels Limited is urgently looking for an adopter for a dog named Kona, who is at risk of being euthanized otherwise. Kona is a Singapore Special, or mongrel, who was adopted by Exclusively Mongrels in 2019. Photo via Exclusively Mongrels Limited/Facebook Photo via Exclusively Mongrels Limited/Facebook However, ...

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Shechita UK leader joy after MPs back ‘smart amendment’ to Animal Welfare Bill

MPs have backed an amendment to the government’s Animal Welfare Bill which mandates a committee to review policy decisions to uphold religious traditions such as shechita. In a move that was hailed by Shechita UK, the Commons voted Monday night in favor of a backbench amendment led by Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown which requires the new Animal Sentence Committee to take ...

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Owner to Donate Winning Prize to Aid International Animal Welfare | Horse racing news

Edward Whitaker ” title=”Chris Gordon: Coach of Stanley Pincombe” class=”js-imageLoader” data-at-xn=”https://www.rp-assets.com/images/news/2020/11/11/84739- medium.jpeg” data-br-n=”https://www.rp-assets.com/images/news/2020/11/11/84739-medium.jpeg” data-br-m=”https:// www.rp-assets.com/images/news/2020/11/11/84739-large.jpeg” data-br-w=”https://www.rp-assets.com/images/news/2020/11 /11/84739-large.jpeg” data-br-xw=”https://www.rp-assets.com/images/news/2020/11/11/84739-large.jpeg” onclick=”return false; “> Chris Gordon: Coach of Stanley Pincombe Edward Whitaker Sunday: Warwick Owner Jane Southall enjoyed her first winner in ten years and will ensure her winnings are spent wisely as she plans to donate the £3,500 to the International Fund ...

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