In the wake of the Westminster dog show, I thought I’d post a link to a blog I have been following called Pedigree Dogs Exposed. Imagine: dogs who struggle to breathe. Dogs who cannot run properly. Dogs who suffer from perpetual skin, ear, or eye infections. This is the reality for far too many “beloved” purebred dogs.
23 Sep 2014 Leave a comment
But it appears that Bridges may have finally gone a bit too far after he actually bragged on his anti-wolf Facebook page that he intentionally struck and killed a pair of young wolves with his minivan as they crossed Interstate 90 near the Montana-Idaho state line.
Read more: http://thewest.gawker.com/man-brags-on-facebook-about-killing-wolves-with-car-wa-1638000699/+laceydonohue
04 Aug 2014 Leave a comment
LOS ANGELES – Facebook was down for about 30 minutes Friday morning and officials said the 911 calls flooded their lines.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s office even tweeted about the incident, reminding the public the Facebook outage was not a public safety issue.
18 Jul 2014 Leave a comment
Such is the story with many of us who don’t eat animals. We see the Bears, we see the individuals behind the meat, and we want to talk about it. Though its a theme often reiterated by vegetarians and vegans, I share it with you anew, in hope that you’ll experience it, at least in part, as I did.
Read more: http://weanimals.org/blog.php?entry=225
10 Jul 2014 Leave a comment
There was also a project that cost taxpayers more than $1.9 million at Ohio State University to test the safety of fish oil supplements after a heart attack. The ones having the heart attacks were dogs. (Beagles, by the way, are predominantly used because they’re small and they’re friendly. “The same thing that makes them great pets,” points out Kaplan, Hammy’s owner.)
Full story: http://www.usnews.com/news/blogs/washington-whispers/2014/07/09/beagles-lobby-against-taxpayer-funded-animal-experiments
03 Jul 2014 Leave a comment
JAX Mice has over 7000 different genetic strains of mouse available for purchase by animal experimenters around the world. Many of the varieties have been bred specifically to exhibit particular pathologies or to develop various diseases. The “features”—or more accurately, ailments—of each genetic strain can be found by using the extensive JAX Mice online database.