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ROSWELL, N.M. - Tim Sappington is ready to buy horses for Valley Meat Co., which is seeking to open the first U.S. horse slaughterhouse since 2007. Right now he's the only paid employee, and he puts his money where his mouth is. He eats horse meat....
DENVER (AP) - The backside of Colorado's dairy cows was the focus of a contentious debate on March 7 in a state House committee, which ultimately postponed a vote on a bill that would prevent farmers from cutting cattle tails for sanitary reasons. The...
My neighbor told me she has an emergency first-aid kit for her dog, with things like bandages, aspirin, and Benadryl inside. I'd like to make my own for my pet. What things should I have on hand for illnesses or injuries to tide us over until we could get...
They are feral — wild and possibly dangerous. But they are also scared, hungry and in danger. They get a little help from people who spend hours feeding the stray cats around the city and even trap many in a practice called catch, neuter and...
Rea Elementary students and parents know how to give until it hurts, the Costa Mesa school's principal said Wednesday. Anna Corral stood on the blacktop amid her students while they ran their own carnival. They'd developed games and sold tickets, with...
A casually dressed Matt Damon takes the podium and announces a stunning personal protest. People just aren't taking the global water crisis seriously, he says. So, until they do, he won't be using the toilet. Damon's public vow to take such a...
By joining the politically correct trend to ban puppy sales in pet stores, the City Council did a great disservice to the Burbank citizens it serves. Have any of our illustrious council members tried to adopt a dog at a shelter? Well, we did, several...
Under a ban adopted Tuesday by the City Council, cats or dogs sold at Burbank pet stores must be obtained only from animal shelters or rescue organizations. The city is following a trend that has been growing in recent years across the nation, albeit...
Advocates for animals packed an Annapolis hearing room Wednesday in support of a recently negotiated compromise bill that would undo a court ruling last year that declared pit bulls inherently dangerous and made its easier to sue their owners and their...
Labragator in the house, ready to cheer on the Ravens this Sunday. Truth be told, she was less than amused at being dressed up in people clothes for a photo. When kickoff finally gets here, though, I have no doubt she'll be more than ready for some of our...
Nobody knows how many are out there or how much damage they do. They are stealthy, nocturnal predators; often diseased; sometimes despised; living and breeding in dumps and abandoned buildings, by apartment dumpsters and barns; avoiding humans, even...
Tags: Euthanasia, Wildlife, Vaccines, Science and Technology, Science
For The Baltimore SunYou know how little kids' eyes light up when the Christmas tree makes its grand appearance in the living room? That's nothing compared to the way I’ve seen pets' faces show surprise and delight the first time they see one. A tree! In the house!...
Tags: Religious Festivals, Holidays, Pets
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