What’s a better way to take your mind off of the day’s work? Watching cute dogs attacking broccoli! They jump, pounce, claw, bite, and fetch broccoli. They have a fascination with this weird-looking vegetable. Although some of the dogs seem to devour it, others are not so sure they want to eat it.
Browse through some recent posts below:
Why India’s Elephant Laws Didn’t Protect Laxmi – And How We Can Do Better
As an organization with decades of experience helping abused and neglected animals, we’ve seen some troubling things over the years. But nothing could have prepared us for the footage we received in January of a young female elephant named Laxmi.
From Hair Dye to Essential Oils, Why We Need to Be Careful About the Products We Use on Our Pets
As pet guardians, it’s our responsibility to protect our pets from harm, and that includes being careful about the products we use on our pets as well as around the home.
How the Illegal Wildlife Trade Is Related to Infectious Disease and Why This Poses a Deadly Risk to Humans
The vast majority of the deadliest infectious diseases that have afflicted mankind throughout our history are termed zoonotic infections. These are infections that are spread from animal to man or indeed, man to animal.
2017 Was a Big Year for Fighting Puppy Mills – Here’s What We Can Do to Make 2018 Even Better
Over 250 ordinances banning the retail sale of dogs and cats have been passed over the past several years, showing that cities across the U.S. and Canada are willing to take a stand against the cruel puppy mill industry and help promote pet adoption instead.
Why Animal Welfare Is a Human Rights Issue, Too
It’s true that people involved in animal welfare want to speak for those who have no voice and hold those who harm animals responsible for their crimes, but they also understand that animal welfare is also a human rights issue.