Be a true advocate for animal welfare. Write Senators to oppose AB 485, the inhumane bill that will endanger California’s pet population! Despite good intentions, some California lawmakers are placing the surplus of foreign stray and unwanted animals above the health and safety of the citizen pet population through AB 485. One need only look… read more
California, Advocate for Animal Welfare: Write Senators to Oppose AB 485 Before the July 17 Hearing!
Colorado Holding Rescue Transports Accountable
Colorado showing leadership. With tens of thousands of dogs being imported into Colorado by rescues each year — and a corresponding increase in diseases and illnesses — a well-known rescue transporter has been asked by the Department of Agriculture’s Pet Animal Care and Facilities Act to get a pet handler’s’ license. This is something that adds a layer of… read more
Big Business: More Dog Trafficking in the News
Humane relocation, dog trafficking, the “Puppy Pipeline” — whatever you call it, the practice is still relatively unknown outside of the organized animal community and to a lesser extent, law enforcement and media circles. In case you are scratching your head wondering what we are talking about, here’s a handy definition from the NAIA Shelter… read more
NAIA Conference Explores ‘Brave New World’
More than 100 people – veterinarians, breeders, lawyers and agricultural producers – from all four corners of the United States gathered earlier this month to consider the future of animals in America at the annual National Animal Interest Alliance conference, held this year in Redondo Beach, Calif. NAIA Founder Patti Strand says the two-day conference,… read more