The death match between Big Ag and undercover animal-rights activists rages on.
2 million: Dogs and cats abused and killed by the international fur industry each year -- including by the Burlington Coat Factory, which used to sell "Mongolian Dog Fur" that was made from domesticated dogs. Humane Society of the United States (HSUS).24: Number of cats it takes to make a fur coat i ... More >>
â€‹This week's feature story, "Down on the Farm," chronicles an increasingly heated national battle over "factory-farmed" food. On one side: a phalanx of corporation- and family-owned farms across the country. On the other: the Washington, D.C.-based Humane Society of the United States.Caught in the ... More >>
ABC News Nightline aired an exposÃ© on the dairy industry last night that should outrage any human being with feelings. "Got Milk? Got Ethics? Animal Rights v. U.S. Dairy Industry," written by Brian Ross and Anna Schecter, included a video made inside a huge New York farm, Willet Dairy, milk from wh ... More >>
Pit bull ban, what pit bull ban?
Farm SanctuaryNational Advertising Division (NAD) of the Council of Better Business Bureaus earlier this week recommended that D'Artagnan Inc. discontinue certain advertising claims regarding its' Artisan foie gras -- specifically that "the liver is not diseased, simply enlarged", and that the anima ... More >>
"Anger, ignorance, and revenge have returned to prominence”
Hidden from the public and cloaked in euphemism, regulated execution of dogs and cats is a routine horror. Can a new animal services director make a difference?
County cops ripped off kitties and doggies, auditors say
Fowl hit the water for big bucks
Ever hear of coccidia, giardia, or kennel cough? Buy a dog from a pet store and you will.
They're cute. They're cuddly. They're smart. And as the fiasco at Sugarloaf Key shows, they make humans do crazy things.
A nationwide estrogen study has animal-welfare activists pissed off about the collection of horse urine
A stubby-legged feline fad has the fur flying between entrepreneurial cat fanciers and animal-welfare activists
A Miami veternarian's assistant goes out of his way to rescue the greyhound industry's castoffs from the needle of death