Animal Welfare

The rescue dog that helped save a man’s life needs a forever home

DENVER (KDVR) — A Capitol Hill woman says an alert from her foster dog helped her save a man’s life. Allison, who does not want to give her last name, said she has just started encouraging Haze, a rescue dog. She said that at the end of last week, Haze in many ways came to the rescue. The 22-year-old said ...

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January 27, 2022, RC Letters to the Editor

Thank you for donations to the Douglas County Animal Shelter Editor: We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to our wonderful Carson Valley residents for their generous donations in support of the Douglas County Animal Shelter on January 17th. The donations were collected as part of the National Betty White Challenge, an event created to help commemorate the ...

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Zoo enrichment could go further

Social enrichment is about allowing individuals to experience natural social groups and choose with whom they interact. The image shows Asian Pied Starlings. 1 credit Zoos and aquariums could improve the lives of a wider range of animals, new research suggests. The use of “environmental enrichment” (providing animals with stimulating environments) has become increasingly common in zoos and aquariums in ...

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Exotic animal horror show must shut down: auction managers shown terrorizing and abusing wildlife

PETA Video Footage Reveals Wallaby, Coatimundi and Other Animals Being Manhandled For immediate release:January 25, 2022 Contact:Nicole Meyer 202-483-7382 Shelby, North Carolina – A PETA Eyewitness Investigation in Shelby’s Alternative Livestock Auction at the Cleveland County Agriculture Livestock Exchange shows vulnerable species of animals – including wild animals native to other countries – being physically abused, manhandled and tormented by ...

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Scott Register Honored at GBHS Jazz Cat Ball

On December 31, Allison Black Cornelius, CEO of the Greater Birmingham Humane Society, came into work to find a 10-year-old blind Yorkie left in the rain tied to the building overnight. Humane Society workers “already have 200 animals” to care for, Cornelius said. So when Cornelius sees volunteers like Scott Register volunteering their time to help staff and animals, it’s ...

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Tennessee Animal Groups Benefit from the Betty White Challenge

MARYVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Donations were made to animal welfare groups Jan. 17 in honor of actress and animal advocate Betty White, support that local organization leaders say comes at a time when the needs are great. COVID-19 precautions have weighed on regular fundraising and adoption events, and shelters are seeing high demand. “Our expenses are going up and donations ...

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Sri Lanka passes animal welfare bill amid Cher comments on elephant abuse

Reading time: 2 minutes The Sri Lankan cabinet passed a long-awaited animal welfare bill just days after American pop star Cher called a state-run elephant orphanage. The project was presented to the cabinet on January 10 by the Sri Lankan Minister of Agriculture. It aims to protect animals from cruelty and torture. Animal Welfare Bill in Sri Lanka The Animal ...

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Commissioner proposes time-limited amnesty for unregistered exotic animals

Animal Welfare Commissioner Alison Bezzina has proposed a “time-limited amnesty” for unregistered wild animals to tackle illegalities. She said the lack of enforcement in Malta has created a situation of uncontrolled numbers of exotic animals. “Although this has happened in the past, since then very little law enforcement has been exercised, which has resulted in the proliferation of more dangerous ...

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‘Betty White Challenge’ benefits local rescues and animal shelters

KENT COUNTY, Michigan — There’s a charity challenge sweeping the country to honor beloved actress Betty White. Days after her death, the “Betty White Challenge” went viral online, encouraging people to donate $5 to a local shelter or animal shelter on Jan. 17, in what would have was Betty’s 100th birthday. Port Animal Protection Society in Ottawa County said donations ...

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Rescue calls for animal adoption center

As Coweta County continues to grow, putting more and more pressure on animal services and local humane societies and rescue organizations, the idea of ​​an “adoption center” is on the rise again. discussed. Adoption centers are different from animal shelters or dog pounds and are designed to be more welcoming to potential adopters. Several local animal welfare volunteers recently appeared ...

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CHHS rescues dogs from suspected puppy mill in Kentucky

Alabama. Florida. Georgia. Mississippi. Caroline from the south. Tennessee. And throughout North Carolina, from the mountains to the Outer Banks. What do all these places have in common? The Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society Animal Rescue Team is here to help save lives. Last week, CHHS added state No. 8 to its rescue map when Executive Director David Stroud made the 12-hour ...

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Special rescues help sick owners find their pets’ next home

Who will take your pet when you die? The question often does not have an easy answer, especially for sick or elderly people who are moving to home nursing or assisted living. During the pandemic, specialist rescue, advocacy and adoption services run by volunteers try to fill the void, one animal at a time. Leaders of the small movement said ...

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Betty White Challenge urges fans to honor late animal rights star’s 100th birthday activism

Fans of late comedy icon Betty White plan to celebrate what would have been her 100th birthday by organizing mass donations to a cause close to her heart. “The Betty White Challenge” went viral on social media after an account suggested celebrating the life of the late actress and animal rights activist by donating to animal rescues in her honor ...

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When you adopt 1 animal from a shelter, you save 2 lives | Pets

How does this work? Is it magic? Some sort of weird Harry Potter witchcraft? No, it is quite simple. In animal shelters across the country, there are usually more animals than you see on the adoption floor. There are animals in what is often called a “holding area”. These are animals that have recently been stray, abandoned, seized in a ...

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Editorial: Start the New Year by adopting a pet from a shelter | Editorials

The story of Ellie the three-legged dog should serve as an inspiration for people to start a new year with a new family member, cat or dog from one of the many shelters in the area. Washington County Humane Society program director Halee Robinson said Ellie was a normal dog who led a normal life until she was attacked by ...

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NJ Considering ‘Bond or Forfeiture’ Law for Animal Cruelty Cases

TRENTON – Those accused of animal cruelty may be required to pay bond to cover costs incurred by a shelter to care for animals taken into custody while a criminal case is pending, under a draft law approved by an Assembly committee on Monday. It is unclear whether the bill – S4058 / A6099 – will be passed by the ...

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High time to ban horse-drawn carriages in Philadelphia

Horses have no place in the streets of 21st century cities. It sounds like a no-brainer, but in reality, many 2,000-pound horses weave their way through the busy traffic of Philadelphia every day, at their own risk and that of all pedestrians, motorists and cyclists around them. Horse-drawn carriages were historically the main engine of people and goods. There was ...

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Germany’s commitments for 2022: animal welfare labels on meat and plant products

Reading time: 2 minutes This coming year is the first for the new German government in power. And with its arrival comes a host of renewed commitments to animal welfare and the environment. With the aim of improving the treatment of animals in the food system, the European country plans to introduce mandatory animal welfare labels on meat products. In ...

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Ocean State Job Lot Donates To Animal Protection Groups

Staff reports December 28, 2021Updated: 28 Dec. 2021 4:26 p.m. animal welfare donation program.”/> A Halfway Home Rescue representative joins Ocean State Job Lot associates Tom Brown and Luana Onofrio in accepting a donation from the Ocean State Jot Lot “To the Rescue” animal welfare donation program. Ocean State Job Lots / Photo Contribution A total of 230 animal welfare ...

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Hundreds of parakeets dropped off at Michigan animal shelter – NBC Chicago

A Michigan animal shelter has been inundated with hundreds of parakeets. The Detroit Animal Welfare Group in Romeo said in a Facebook post that the first group of colorful little birds were dropped off Thursday evening. “We were also in shock, but we couldn’t push them away as they were all crammed into seven cages and choking on each other ...

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Mesquite Police Department Journal December 23-24, 2021

12/25/21 Mesquite Police Department 6202 06:06 Daily Activity Log, with Synopsis Page: 1 Date: 12/23/21 For more information please contact our Public Information Officer at (702) 346-5262 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 211223042 Alarm Incident Address : Carrara Ct Mesquite NV 89027 Responding Officers: J Rich, J Cheney Disposition : Z Non-Criminal Incidents Unit: A4 Time Reported: 19:08 Time Dispatched: 19:11 Time Arrived : ...

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Bad condition horses rescued from Riverbank property

Oakdale Equine Rescue An animal welfare investigation rescued 30 horses on Monday from a property in an unincorporated area of ​​Riverbank. “I can tell you the animals were in really bad shape,” said Annette Bedsworth, executive director of Stanislaus County Animal Services. She said horses generally suffer from inadequate nutrition and care. Authorities determined that two horses had been stolen ...

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Some sentences handed down against an official of the Ministry of Agriculture who admitted failures to animal welfare are quashed

The High Court overturned some convictions and sentences handed down against an Agriculture Ministry official who admitted to having dead and injured animals on his land. The agriculture minister called for orders quashing some, but not all, of the convictions handed down earlier this year against Bernard, if not Brian Kilgariff, who, as a senior Agriculture Department official, had investigated ...

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Coalition calls for new animal welfare law – Society

Jakarta Post Jakarta ● Mon, December 20, 2021 2021-12-20 19:15 0 1a1b11401ea1df534c76149989040395 1 Society animal rights, law, house of representatives, coalition, Muhaimin-Iskandar To free A coalition of animal rights activists called on the House of Representatives to draft a law that would promote animal welfare and protect animals from cruelty. The Indonesian Coalition for Animal Welfare (KPH Indonesia) said there ...

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Can we move away from animal models of human disease research?

I recently read a comprehensive and very detailed scientific report titled The Research Modernization Deal 2021. It unequivocally shows that many experiments on non-human animals (animals) fail to lead to effective treatments and cures for them. human diseases, including the leading killers in American advertisements for a wide variety of prescription drugs, clearly recognize this ineffectiveness in their disclaimers and ...

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Help an animal rescue group settle unpaid bills

Rescued animals, especially injured and sick ones, need veterinary care. This requires funds because veterinary care is expensive, especially when it comes to treating severe cases. As such, the Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better (MDDB) Canine Welfare Project consistently pays the recurring vet bills. MDDB director Irene Low said the NGO’s veterinary bills were very high as rescued dogs required treatment ...

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PACT Blockchain Funding Model for Animal Welfare – CryptoMode

One of the challenges that all nonprofits face is securing the necessary funding to pursue their worthy cause. But Phoenix Animal Care and Treatment (PACT) has found a way around this challenge. This solution is Blockchain technology. Thanks to Bear Buddies, an interactive blockchain virtual adoption game, PACT will be able to generate the funds needed to save and care ...

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MyBiosource publishes guide for research on gain of function

San Diego, December 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – MyBiosource Inc, a company based in San Diego, Calif., Recently published a blog post that offers a guide to function search. Gain-of-Function research (GoFR) is that branch of scientific research with the aim of catching viruses before epidemics and the development of various drugs, including vaccines. Specifically, GoFR is a kind of ...

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Camp Pendleton Marines from Kabul Security Battalion processed for vacation cruise – Orange County Register

The Marines and their families from Camp Pendleton’s 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines – the unit from which 10 of the 13 servicemen killed in the Kabul airport bombing came – had some “reel fun” this weekend as part of the 46th Dana Point Boat Parade of Lights. They and members of the 5th Marine Regiment were accommodated aboard the Dana ...

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Axne introduces new legislation inspired by Iowans

Representative Cindy Axne represents the Third Congressional District of Iowa in the United States House of Representatives. She can be reached at 202-225-5476. I recently introduced three bills inspired by issues that residents of Iowa’s Third Congressional District have brought to my attention. For years, independent livestock producers in Iowa have demanded fairness and a level playing field in the ...

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Athol Daily News – Book Review: “The Elephant in the Room”

“The Elephant in the Room”, by Holly Goldberg Sloan, is a beautifully told blend of friendship and family separation, animal welfare, immigration, gender equality and autism. It might seem like a ridiculously complex list of ingredients, but the different threads are woven into an almost perfect story, in which the elephant is not just a metaphor but a living, living ...

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Robinsons Malls Happy Pets Club donates to animal welfare groups

Robinsons Malls, through its Happy Pets Club, has a program that reinforces its commitment to promoting responsible pet ownership through partnerships with two of the nation’s well-established pet advocacy groups – Animal Kingdom Foundation and Pawssion Project. The collaboration between the Robinsons Malls Happy Pets Club and these two pet advocacy groups is one of the most vital aspects of ...

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UK: Farmers are the most reliable part of the supply chain

The UK Levy Board, which represents farmers, producers and other players in the supply chain, has been monitoring consumer confidence since 2019. The results of the AHDB / Blue Marble study found that almost two-thirds (63%) feel very or somewhat positive about UK farming. The same study yielded particularly positive results last year. This year’s results are in line with ...

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Spanish law no longer considers animals as “objects”

Spain has adopted a new law on animal welfare recognizing animals as sentient beings. The country will no longer consider pets and wildlife as “objects”, according to the law. Spain’s lower house, the Congress of Deputies, adopted the new law. It received majority approval, except by the far-right Vox party, which opposed the legislation. Animals will now benefit from greater ...

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Chairman of the National Animal Ethics Advisory Committee appointed

Thursday, December 2, 2021, 11:49 a.m.Press release: Te Pukenga Professor Nat Waran of the Eastern Institute of Technology has been appointed Chairman of the National Advisory Committee on Animal Ethics (NAEAC) which provides independent advice on ethical and animal welfare issues relating to the use of animals in research, testing and teaching. Professor Waran is Executive Dean of the Eastern ...

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Stress in the larval stage can make farmed fish more resilient later in life

There are many methods that are used to ensure that farmed salmon thrive, stay healthy, and grow quickly. Nofima scientist Erik Burgerhout is working on programming the fish to become robust. Nofima’s research will harness epigenetics to make fish more resilient. The Programming Fish for Robustness (Progress) research project exposes fish to stressors such as low temperatures and low oxygen ...

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Animal rights activist Wayne Hsiung faces years in prison

Wayne Hsiung poses for a photo while feeding goats. Photo: Jo-Anne McArthur / We Animals Media In recent years, especially since the 2020 black liberation uprisings, the government has devoted considerable time and resources to the persecution of anti-racist and anti-fascist activists. The state has disproportionately targeted the far left while leaving the far right alone. All the while, with ...

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Six sent to trial for Ashton Dog Pound investigation TheJournal.ie

SIX PEOPLE, INCLUDING a veterinarian and the owner of Ashton pound in Dublin, have been sent for trial on charges of animal cruelty offenses. The River Road shelter, Castleknock, had operated a dog-sitting service for the greater Dublin area. However, an animal welfare investigation began last year into the treatment and deaths of dogs. A veterinarian, the owner of the ...

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awbi: Following PETA India Appeal, Animal Welfare Board Issues Notice to Replace Animals in Movies and Other Shows with Modern Technology | Hindi movie news

Following a call from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India regarding cruelty to animals in movies, TV shows, commercials and digital content – and after the group filed a complaint regarding the recent death of a horse on the set of Ponniyin Selvan – the Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) issued a notice, asking all film ...

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DCF Proactive Grants Support PAWS

The grant will support the organization’s work with unwanted and abandoned animals. Dearborn Community Foundation board member Ramzi Nuseibeh, right, presents a $ 1,000 grant check to PAWS from Kelly Hedger, staff accountant of Dearborn Count. Photo provided. (Lawrenceburg, Ind.) – The Dearborn Community Foundation (DCF), Inc. recently awarded a proactive grant of $ 1,000 to the People for Animal ...

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From the meadow to the plate: could cultured grass-based meat replace animals?

Featured Articles From the meadow to the plate: could cultured grass-based meat replace animals? 22 November 2021 An affordable laboratory system that uses blades of grass to turn cells into cultured meat has been developed at the University of Bath. Aligned myotubes (columnar cells found in muscle fiber) growing on grass Researchers at the University of Bath managed to collect ...

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The guinea pig could barely walk because of its long fingernails and a necrotic hole in the belly

Some people shouldn’t have the privilege of owning a pet. The Animal Welfare Society often calls them pet bullies who seem completely unaffected by an animal’s pain and suffering. This article contains graphic images. “In our opinion, they are the ones who belong behind bars, not their vulnerable pets who are grinding their teeth and hiding from these bad guys. ...

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Animal Welfare League’s Nowra / Jervis Bay branch needs foster families | Milton Ulladulla Times

news, local news, The Nowra / Jervis Bay branch of the Animal Welfare League is in urgent need of temporary foster homes for cats, kittens, dogs and puppies. The group says residents can make a difference in an animal’s life by accepting foster care. As a host family, you:. Save the life of a cat or a dog. Help a ...

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Town, Austin Pets Alive! Get back on the No-Kill path: the resolution moves APA !, the city gets closer to a compromise on shelters – News

APA! City lake animal center (Photo by John Anderson) that of the city Austin Animal Center and the association Austin animals alive! may be able to mend their frayed relationship after all, as city council told staff last week to reconcile with AAC’s most important No-Kill partner. The resolution, presented by the Council member leslie pool and adopted by a ...

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Animal welfare concerns are high at Wyndham

By Alesha Capone RSPCA Victoria has received 348 reports of animal welfare issues in Wyndham in 12 months. This placed Wyndham fourth in the state for the number of reports received by municipality by the charity, for the 2020/21 fiscal year. Greater Geelong ranked first on the list with 640 reports, followed by Casey (577 reports) and Hume (386 reports). ...

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Pet of the week: this AC Slater is looking for his Zack Morris

ARLINGTON, VA – While this AC Slater might not be a big TV star like Mario Lopez from “Saved by the Bell,” he could still be a star in your eyes if you adopt him from Animal Welfare. League of Arlington. Here’s what the AWLA says about this mixed-breed adult puppy: “Aside from his good looks, AC Slater has a ...

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An ‘unsung hero’: ‘Dr. Jen’ is Kitsap’s best animal advocate

When Eric Stevens joined Kitsap Humane Society, the non-profit agency dedicated to caring for animals in need, in 2012, she struggled to keep its doors open. His dire financial situation had impacted the agency’s ability to provide services to homeless animals and their adoptive owners. “The organization was on the verge of bankruptcy,” Stevens said in a Kitsap Humane Society ...

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Changes to Animal Ordinances | New

ENID, Oklahoma. – A few changes were made to Enid’s animal welfare ordinances earlier this week. On Tuesday evening, city commissioners voted to approve the changes, which included simplifying the bylaw – shortening sections and making it easier to locate topics – and removing some bylaws that are not needed. “(The changes) will make it easier for people to understand ...

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ACANA® Pet Food Team Helps Transport Over 30 Rescue Dogs To New York City To Find Loving Homes

Muddy Paws Rescue is a foster family-based organization that brings dogs from its shelter partners and places them in foster homes for an average of two weeks. During this time, the animals can decompress and live their best lives, allowing the organization to learn more about them so that they can make a solid match with a loving family. The ...

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Family business pledges 50% of profits to animal welfare charities

Home and Roost Craft Houses for Pets and Wildlife Small business Home & Roost raised over £ 2,000 for animal charities during Black Friday 2020. This year, they are aiming higher and are now seeking charity nominations. At Home & Roost, we are fortunate to work with animal and animal lovers every day. Being able to give back to those ...

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Here are the three main scalable technologies to fight food insecurity

As the world’s population is expected to exceed 9 billion by 2050, scientists, innovators and entrepreneurs are looking for scalable scientific solutions to establish a resilient and sustainable food supply in the years to come. John Ruff, Scientific and Technological Director at the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) has dedicated his career to the growing problem of global food insecurity ...

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Fraser Valley Farm Animal Abuse Images May Be Ineligible If Obtained Illegally: Lawyers

Breadcrumb Links New Local News criminality As the SPCA prepares a case recommending charges to Crown counsel, attorney Victoria Shroff says any illegally obtained evidence could be removed from court review. Author of the article: Sarah Grochowski Lorie Chortyk of the SPCA. Photo by Arlen Redekop /PROVINCE Content of the article A video that allegedly shows evidence of animal abuse ...

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Halloween puts “enormous pressure” on veterinary clinics and rescue centers

Animal welfare is a major concern around Halloween, said Senator Pippa Hackett, as she urges people to be aware of the distress caused by flashing lights and loud noises. “Firecrackers and firecrackers are very disturbing for dogs, cats, horses, donkeys and other animals,” said the Minister of State at the Ministry of Agriculture. “I would advise pet owners to keep ...

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Barbara B. Young 1925-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Barbara B. Young, 96, passed away peacefully surrounded by her daughters in Indianapolis, Ind. On Tuesday, October 26, 2021. She was born January 17, 1925 in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, and was the daughter of Mildred and Kenneth Brugler. She has lived most of her life in Warren, Ohio, graduating from Warren G. Harding in June 1943. She ...

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Petition from Air Quality Law Enforcement Groups for Livestock Containment

More than 20 environmental and animal welfare groups in several states on Tuesday called on the United States Environmental Protection Agency to end a 16-year moratorium on the enforcement of federal pollution laws. air for confinement of livestock. The problem is a 2005 agreement between the agency and thousands of containment owners and operators in 42 states that temporarily suspended ...

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New Director of Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium grew up in a zoo of his own

As a child growing up outside of Chicago, Dr. Jeremy Goodman lived in a house that looked like a zoo. The menagerie included snakes, turtles, birds, guinea pigs, lizards, hermit crabs, and other creatures large and small. “I have had a lot of pets,” he says, “but never a dog or a cat”. These days, the new manager of the ...

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Maine Voices: Right to Food Amendment Would Have Unintended Consequences

Looking at the many respected and disparate organizations in Maine that oppose Question 3, it’s clear that the proposed constitutional amendment creates more problems than it solves. While the inclusion of a ‘right to food’ in the state constitution sounds appealing, the impact of the amendment on food safety and animal welfare is not at all appetizing. . The heart ...

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COVID puppies: after an increase in adoptions, the animals go in peak

The Pope Memorial Humane Society in Dover has playgroups for their animals. Survivor’s Paws Animal Rescue in Lebanon has always had a full plate. Owner Shelley Andrews has been rescuing dogs and finding “forever” homes for them for over 30 years. The majority of the dogs were rescued from slaughter shelters in the south – Texas, South Carolina and Louisiana ...

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Iowa’s animal welfare laws are sorely lacking

A cat named Tommy sits in a chair at Animal Welfare Friends in Monticello in 2016 (Rebecca F. Miller / The Gazette) Iowa’s animal welfare laws aren’t just too weak, they’re often not enforced. Fines under state animal neglect law are “small, rare and may go unpaid,” Iowa Capital Dispatch investigative reporter Clark Kauffman recently reported as part of the ...

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Israeli Venture Builder Tackles Global Food Sustainability Challenges

By 2050, the world’s population is expected to reach around 9.75 billion, according to Worldometer, a real-time statistics website. There are fears that increased pressure from population growth is on food security and sustainability, which means millions of people around the world are at greater risk of going hungry. An Israeli company, NRS Agro Innovation (NRS), is finding a way ...

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ANIMAL CONNECTION: SPCA Thrift Store Events Help Save Lives Shopping | Characteristics

In the mid-1980s, the SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare opened the doors of its first thrift store – a place where locals could find amazing deals while giving back to animals from the SPCA’s homeless shelters. Fast forward to 2019, when the store finally found its way into the Mitchell Mall. The community response to this boutique style thrift ...

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Arrow Fund saves abused and neglected animals

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Two Kentucky lawmakers want to require people accused of animal abuse to pay board, vet bills, and other care for their animals while their court cases are pending. Representatives Kim Banta (R-Ft. Mitchell) and Cherlynn Stevenson (D-Lexington) are sponsoring the bill that would require owners to pay the cost of animal care or abandon animals for adoption. ...

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Today is October 16, 2021 – Picayune Item

National Sports Day October is the rush hour for National Sports Day. That’s why on October 16, fans, families and athletes of all sports come together to celebrate their favorite sporting events. All the disciplines of a sport take the field, from the youngest to the seasoned professional. Gather your friends to watch your favorite team. Go out and play ...

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Iowa’s “surprise” inspections of dog breeders are sometimes scheduled

Inspectors filed this photo taken during a visit to a Wayne County dog ​​breeder – Daniel Gingerich – facing state and federal penalties for dozens of animal welfare law violations. In a description of the photo, inspectors note that there was a lack of drinking water for the dogs. (Federal Court exhibit) State inspections at Iowa dog breeding facilities are ...

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The legislation deals with fire safety in kennels

A Williamson County lawmaker introduced a bill that would require all Texas kennel operators to put in place a fire safety system to prevent another tragedy like the one that occurred last month at a pet boarding house Georgetown Company. Seventy-five dogs died of smoke inhalation when a fire broke out at the Ponderosa Pet Resort on the night of ...

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Group is pushing for Horry County’s animal welfare laws to be changed

CONWAY, SC (WMBF) – The Horry County Public Safety Committee has sent a resolution to the entire county council that would update the current county animal welfare laws. Animal Voice Alliance of Horry County spokeswoman Lynn Greco said it is about time and has been pushing the county council to improve the laws for some time. “Animal welfare laws in ...

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education and social justice leaders praise bold actions to extend protections for incarcerated students | Business

LOS ANGELES – (BUSINESS WIRE) – October 11, 2021– The Michelson Center for Public Policy (MCPP), along with a coalition of social justice and education organizations, applaud Governor of California Gavin Newsom to sign a law drafted by California State Senator Ben Hueso fight against recidivism by expanding access to college education for inmates. The combined efforts of the MCPP ...

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Judge Permanently Revokes License Of Notorious Chinchilla Supplier, Calls Violations “Absolutely Staggering”

Washington DC– Citing a series of chronic animal welfare law (AWA) violations, an administrative judge on Friday permanently revoked the dealer license of Dan Moulton, owner of Moulton Chinchilla Ranch (MCR), one of the few dealers nationwide to supply chinchillas for experimentation. In a rare court ruling following an 18-day hearing, United States Department of Agriculture Judge Jill Clifton found ...

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Game and Fish investigates the death of a bear | Local News

Mila Shelehoff saw a bear that had foraged for a week in her Hyde Park Estates neighborhood act weakly and then die two days later in a wooded area near her home. Seeing the bear slowly die and having to explain it to his young son was overwhelming, said Shelehoff, who suspects the animal may have been poisoned. “It was ...

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Lurgan man fined for ‘nasty offense’ leading to death of goat – Armagh I

A man from Lurgan was fined for an “unpleasant offense” of leaving a goat unattended, resulting in his death from injuries. David Crawford of Inglewood, pleaded guilty to animal welfare offenses following prosecution in Craigavon ​​County Court, sitting before Judge Brady via Sightlink on Tuesday, October 5. Crawford has been charged with causing unnecessary suffering and failing to ensure animal ...

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‘Just skin and bones’: Bali’s elephants starve | Wildlife News

Elephant park in Bali left more than a dozen elephants to starve, and unpaid staff after plummeting ticket sales forced it to close when COVID-19 spread around the world and that the borders have been closed. Bali Elephant Camp (BEC) is a safari-style park, a half-hour drive north of Ubud, the cultural capital of the Indonesian island, which offered a ...

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14 pretty dog ​​and cat beds to match your home decor

CNN – Our furry roommates can seem flexible about where they take a nap. Above all else, they want to be near us and can therefore be seen sleeping on bath mats, radiator covers, ottomans or even lying on the hard floor. This kind of devotion, however, can be difficult for larger and older dogs. And even young people, small ...

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Could there be a shortage of eggs in Mass.? Lawmakers are working to prevent it.

Business “If we don’t act, there will be very few egg farmers who will actually comply with the standard as set out in the ballot question, and that’s not enough egg farmers to answer. on demand.” Massachusetts lawmakers are scrambling to change a 2016 voting measures law – which they say will prevent an egg shortage. IRINA – stock.adobe.com Could ...

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Livestock: UK supply chain crisis, exploitation of meat factory workers and Billie Eilish advocacy at Cop26 | Agriculture

New Farm Animal Survey We conducted a startling survey of Europe’s multibillion pound meat industry, revealing how it has become a global hotspot for outsourced labor, hiring thousands of workers through subcontractors , agencies and bogus cooperatives with lower wages and salaries. Journalists Ella McSweeney and Holly Young have spent the past six months interviewing workers and insiders across the ...

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Feds cite monkey exhibitor for stunt involving Jeffree Star and James Charles after PETA advice

For immediate release:October 4, 2021 Contact:Moira Colley 202-483-7382 After PETA informed the US Department of Agriculture about a publicity stunt for clothing company Bananas Monkey in which influencers including Jeffree star, Jacques Charles, Swae lee, Michel yerger, Marguerite Keech, Austin mcbroom, and Chantel jeffries– interacted with two monkeys, the agency cited exhibitor Kevin Keith for breaking federal animal welfare law. ...

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Northwest Indiana Communities Consider Ordinance To Ban Pet Puppy And Kitten Stores | Local News

Anyone who violates the order is liable to a fine of no more than $ 500 for each violation, or $ 500 per day for a continuing violation, the order says. “We’re more or less just saying, ‘We don’t really want it in town,'” Starkey said. “Again, one of the fears was that if they get kicked out of Illinois, ...

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Disrespecting America’s Most Iconic Animal

Editor’s Note: This was written as a personal column by me, the Opinion Editor, and not on behalf of the Daily Camera Editorial Board. This fall football season started with all eyes on Ralphie – or more specifically Ralphie VI, our new Boulder buffalo mascot from the University of Colorado. It was exciting to watch her gallop through Folsom Field ...

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Animal protection groups urge TikToker to ditch ‘pet’ fox

Animal welfare groups call on Ágúst Beinteinn Árnason to surrender, Gústi Jr, the ‘pet’ arctic fox that Icelandic TikToker has featured in recent videos, some of which have been seen over 120,000 by the time of writing. Vísir was the first to report. “Gústi the Fox and his ‘owner’ […] have been in the media lately. The fox is kept ...

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October is the month for adopting a shelter dog. Tips for finding your new best friend

October is Adopt a shelter dog month, and Best Friends Animal Society encourage anyone considering a dog to take the plunge and find a new best friend at a local shelter or rescue, as the need is always great. Even with the pandemic dog craze, 32% of the 347,000 pets (dogs and cats) killed last year were dogs, according to ...

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Speed ​​Queen partners with Best Friends Animal Society

The brand will support the no-kill mission by 2025 of a non-profit organization RIPON, Wisconsin., September 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Speed ​​Queen, a home appliance brand with a legendary pedigree of reliability, has entered into a partnership with the Best Friends Animal Society. Speed ​​Queen becomes the official laundry partner of the organization and will join its mission ...

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Increasing pet ownership by companions, increasing spending on animal welfare, increasing product creativity, and integrating software are driving demand for the market

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail The Global The veterinary software market is expected to reach $ 771.6 million in 2027. One of the major drivers for the development of this market is the increasing prevalence of zoonotic diseases. The increased prevalence of animal health diagnostic and surveillance services has spurred demand, which is expected to drive the ...

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Ramona Wildlife Center treats bear cub burned in Dixie fire

The San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Wildlife Center has taken in four cubs – one was found with burned paws and orphaned triplets. Photo via SDHS A bear cub that approached Plumas County firefighters with burnt paws in the Dixie fire is receiving treatment at the San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Wildlife Center, it was announced Wednesday. The hungry cub ...

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Campaigners erect billboard in Georgia denouncing cruelty to Project Chimps

Chimpanzee advocates erected notice board near Chimpanzee Project in Georgia raise awareness of the plight of the 77 chimpanzees who live there. In this Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) facility, the 77 chimpanzees only have access to the outdoors for a few hours every three days. They spend the rest of the time languishing in concrete rooms. Campaigners ...

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5 minutes with George Tice, Executive Director of Public Policy, Elanco Animal Health

You have been working in the animal health sector for a long time, what are you most passionate about in the industry? Can you give us a quick overview of your role at Elanco, and what you like most about it? First and foremost, I am a veterinarian: I love animals and I myself am the proud owner of a ...

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Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County to host Fall in Love adoption event as part of ASPCA and Subaru grant program – The Suburban Times

Submitted by Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County. Granny is a sweet, easy-going bunny who loves to eat her green vegetables. The Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County is partnering with Tacoma Subaru to host a “Fall in Love” adoption event October 1-3. Made possible through a grant from the ASPCA, the Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce ...

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Birthday boy’s record food donation to Animal Welfare Society

Through Venice Valentin 39 m ago Share this article: To shareTweeterTo shareTo shareTo shareE-mailTo share A Mitchells Plain boy’s birthday wish came true on Friday when he donated a bakkie load of dog food to the Animal Welfare Society (AWS) in Philippi. Riley Valentine, who is 10 now, traded a birthday party to kick off her Cause for Paws dog ...

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Five neglected dogs receiving treatment at Tacoma shelter after animal cruelty case – The Suburban Times

A press release from the Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County. As of September 22, five dogs were confiscated from a Federal Way residence due to animal neglect and were brought to the Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County for treatment. A Federal Way animal control officer discovered that the dogs and their owners lived in a very ...

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AWS SA is concerned about the increase in the number of small pets admitted with broken limbs

The Animal Welfare Society of SA is very concerned about the sudden increase in the number of small animals admitted with broken limbs. Many of these pets were companions who kept young children “entertained” during the hard lockdown with little to no thought about the animal’s needs and their suitability. The shelter saw and treated a record number of small ...

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Document reports monkey deaths at Louisiana research center

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – Five dehydrated baby monkeys died or were euthanized in July at a University of Louisiana research center, according to a federal inspection report released this week. Four of the rhesus macaques became dehydrated after a water pressure regulator malfunction on July 20 at the University of Louisiana at the New Iberia Research Center in Lafayette, according ...

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Letter: City of Tulsa and Oklahoma Must Do More to Protect Animals | Letters to the Editor

After a week of trying to save a puppy that ended up on the streets of Tulsa, here’s what I learned. The many animal rescues are doing the job the city of Tulsa refuses to do. The Tulsa Animal Welfare Shelter is so overwhelmed and understaffed that it can barely maintain human standards of care. The elected suits in Oklahoma ...

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