Several people have asked how a government shutdown affects animals, either by suspending critical animal welfare functions or providing a temporary reprieve from government killing programs. While some of the details are still emerging, here's a brief rundown on how the agencies are handling the shutdown and some of the effects that we expect it could have on animals.
Since its release just 10 days ago, the new e-book inspired by IFAW’s work in Cozumel, Mexico has already shot up to #1 on the Amazon bestsellers list in its category. Even better, it’s currently FREE to download for all the most common e-readers!
A privately owned zoo in northeast Iowa is under the watchful eye of federal inspectors and animal rights groups after federal inspectors have repeatedly found poor sanitation, inadequate staffing and other problems.
Renowned autism activist, animal welfare expert 'thinks in pictures' phillyBurbs.com Autistic herself, the renowned activist, Ph.D., best-selling author and animal-welfare expert visited Delaware Valley College this week to share her thoughts on...
The National Lawyers Guild has partnered with The Center for Constitutional Rights to form a committee dedicated to the furtherance of animal liberation (The National Lawyers Guild has formed an Animal Rights Activism Committee, you're invited to ...
Two recent court decisions in different states may signal judicial reassessment of the long-accepted position that public agencies and animal-control officials are immune from liability in dog-attacks resulting from ‘failure to exercise expected...
He started as a wild animal trainer for the movies, now Brandon McMillan is saving shelter dogs from their tragic fates, and showing America there is no such thing as “untrainable” dog on CBS' “Lucky Dog”...
Federated farmers is concerned that employment law is failing when it comes to animal welfare issues. In a recent survey of its members, a clear picture was highlighted, where farm employers feel the legal system prevents them from ensuring livestock are not abused or neglected.
Montana officials say that they plan to maintain a viable wolf population there, albeit one smaller than the 625 that live in the state now, as they opened wolf-hunting season this week with new, relaxed rules on killing the animals.
Animal suffering is an urgent worldwide problem. As well as the individual actions we can take to protect and respect animals, our governments have a crucial role to play in recognising that animals matter.
A new poll by Environics Research Group reveals that 82 percent of Canadians want to see clearer labels on meat, dairy products and eggs indicating how animals were raised. The poll comes as the Canadian Food Inspection Agency conducts a Food Labelling Modernization Initiative to address weaknesses in the current food labelling framework..
Making full use of the iBook’s capability to show video, images and sound, Primates in Medical Research shows the vital role of primates in medical research. The iBook feature recent video clips recorded in primate research and breeding facilities in the UK, US and Israel..
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