Animal Welfare

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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