The city of Los Angeles is considering a resolution to the TNR injunction. Your voice is needed.
Food and Drug Administration considers regulating the manufacture of food intended for animals.
Suggestions regarding owner-surrendered pets and shelter hold times could be surprising to some.
A analysis of and reaction to California’s progress toward doing right by the animals.
It’s a huge win for the animals as the USDA tightens regulations for breeders selling via the Internet.
Time to ask the President, in his capacity of Commander In Chief, to reverse the Pentagon’s policy of breed discriminatory regulations on U.S. military bases.
Second-largest city in California is poised to ban the sale of commercially-bred dogs and cats in pet stores.
Los Angeles is another step closer to becoming NKLA as law that outlaws sale of puppies, kittens and rabbits by pet stores takes effect.
New law promotes public safety while prohibiting breed-discriminatory laws (BDL).
West Virginia legislation aims to crack down on puppy mill abuses by improving conditions in mills.