More meatless meals coming to a dining facility near you, with new HSUS-Sodexo partnership

By on June 18, 2018 with 1 Comment
More meatless meals coming to a dining facility near you, with new HSUS-Sodexo partnership

If you have ever eaten a meal at a university or hospital cafeteria or at the cafeteria in your workplace, there’s a good chance the food was supplied by Sodexo, one of the nation’s leading food service companies. And soon, thanks to a new partnership . . . 

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HSUS asks federal consumer protection agency to crack down on deceptive advertising of puppy mill puppies

By on June 15, 2018 with 1 Comment
HSUS asks federal consumer protection agency to crack down on deceptive advertising of puppy mill puppies

Puppy sellers routinely use deceptive practices to lure consumers into buying sick puppy mill dogs – practices we recently documented in our 10-year Puppy Buyers Complaints report. This week, taking our battle against these puppy sellers one step further, we filed a legal petition with . . . 

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Breaking news: Judge says New Hampshire Great Danes can be placed for adoption

By on June 15, 2018 with 68 Comments
Breaking news: Judge says New Hampshire Great Danes can be placed for adoption

The verdict is in — and it’s a good one — for the future of dozens of Great Danes who have spent a year in legal limbo since their dramatic rescue from a New Hampshire breeder’s mansion last June. A judge yesterday ruled that the . . . 

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Raccoons are great climbers – and wild neighbors

By on June 13, 2018 with 1 Comment
Raccoons are great climbers – and wild neighbors

What goes up must come down – eventually. Americans watched with great fascination this week as a raccoon climbed up a 23-story Minnesota building. A video of the little creature’s derring-do went viral as the social media universe lit up with interest. Millions wondered whether . . . 

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More than 5,600 dogs and cats helped in first round of Spayathon for Puerto Rico

By on June 12, 2018 with 3 Comments
More than 5,600 dogs and cats helped in first round of Spayathon for Puerto Rico

Our team has just completed the first stage of Spayathon for Puerto Rico, an ambitious initiative to spay and neuter 20,000 cats and dogs at no cost to pet owners on the island, and it’s been an amazing success. For seven days, surgical teams, ground . . . 

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HSI rescues 50 dogs from South Korea meat trade before summer slaughter begins

By on June 11, 2018 with 14 Comments
HSI rescues 50 dogs from South Korea meat trade before summer slaughter begins

For 50 dogs raised on a dog meat farm in South Korea, this will be a summer of hope instead of terror. This week, Humane Society International began pulling the dogs out of the farm just before the start of the Bok Nal summer season, . . . 

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Racehorses have a right to a good retirement and protections against slaughter and drugging

By on June 8, 2018 with 8 Comments
Racehorses have a right to a good retirement and protections against slaughter and drugging

The horse racing season concludes this weekend with the Belmont Stakes, the third and final race in the Triple Crown series. Racing enthusiasts will watch to see which horse takes home the big prize. But once the race ends and the tracks are empty again, . . . 

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Ohio senate advances groundbreaking reform for puppy mill dogs

By on June 7, 2018 with 13 Comments
Ohio senate advances groundbreaking reform for puppy mill dogs

We have exciting news to report from Ohio today. In response to our Stop Puppy Mills Ohio ballot initiative campaign, the state legislature has given near-final approval to a bill that brings major reforms designed to improve the lives of breeding dogs. The measure includes . . . 

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Duchess Sanctuary, a safe haven for abused equines, celebrates its 10th anniversary

By on June 5, 2018 with 1 Comment
Duchess Sanctuary, a safe haven for abused equines, celebrates its 10th anniversary

For years, the government, through the Bureau of Land Management, has attempted to control wild horse and burro numbers by rounding the animals up and offering them for adoption. It was during one such roundup in the year 2000 that a flashy sorrel and white . . . 

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In India, an elephant wins freedom from tourist rides and the illegal wildlife trade

By on June 4, 2018 with 2 Comments
In India, an elephant wins freedom from tourist rides and the illegal wildlife trade

It is a heartrending story, but with a happy ending for one elephant. Suman is born into captivity to Champa, one of dozens of elephants who are used to ferry tourists up and down the hills to Amer Fort, a popular spot in Jaipur, India. . . . 

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Training police officers to identify animal cruelty crimes

By on May 31, 2018 with 4 Comments
Training police officers to identify animal cruelty crimes

When the George County, Mississippi, sheriff’s office recently received a report of a property that could be housing a dogfighting operation, they knew exactly what to do. Deputy Lisa Finlay, who had just completed a course with the Humane Society of the United States’ Law . . . 

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Wyoming has put its iconic grizzlies in the crosshairs of trophy hunters

By on May 30, 2018 with 44 Comments
Wyoming has put its iconic grizzlies in the crosshairs of trophy hunters

American trophy hunters, so apt to go abroad in search of the next trophy head, need look no further than Wyoming for one this coming fall. Last week, the state’s Game and Fish Commission approved a trophy hunting season that could result in the killing . . . 

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