Archive for October, 2010
Dozens of veterinarians from all parts of Missouri have endorsed Prop B. I’ve asked one of them, Dr. Deanna Tolliver — owner of an animal hospital in Waynesville, Mo., and companion to a Yorkshire terrier puppy mill survivor — to tell us why she thinks it’s such a good idea for voters in Missouri to support the ballot measure.
If you subscribe to my blog today, you’ll have a chance to win a shopping spree to our online store Humane Domain — I’m giving away $400 in gift certificates to three random winners (one $250 gift certificate, one $100 gift certificate, and one $50 gift certificate).
I am posting video from a pet health clinic we recently hosted in Jefferson Parrish, La. Be sure to watch — the smiles and gratitude from community members whose pets we helped to serve are sure to brighten your day.
This quarter on the blog, chickens ruled the roost—from July through September the blog deemed most popular based on your clicks was the news that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed legislation applying the animal welfare standards contained within California’s Proposition 2 to all shell (whole) eggs . . .
The HSUS’s latest investigative report, “Missouri’s Dirty Dozen,” synthesizes information gleaned from state and federal inspection reports and reveals shocking abuses and mistreatment of dogs at the state’s largest puppy mills.
On this St. Francis Day, we celebrate the patron saint of animals by acknowledging the hundreds of communities that hold blessings of the animals and other events that highlight our responsibility toward God’s creatures. Not only is the dialogue on animal protection growing in faith . . .
Animals have become a convenient whipping post for Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla. However he wishes to rationalize his conduct, he is doing harm to animals and to the nation and the values we honor.