Welfare guidelines released for working equids
The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) has adopted the first set of global standards for ensuring the welfare of working equids.
ASPCA campaign aims at creating nation of 'humane communities'
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is partnering with animal welfare organizations in select
USDA proposes new rule to crack down on soring
The Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service announced proposed changes July 26 to strengthen
Legislation would regulate puppy mills
A Senate subcommittee recently held a hearing about a controversial bill aimed at regulating puppy mills by bringing federal oversight to large-scale…
Horse tripping can fly under the radar
U.S. veterinarians should be vigilant of “charreadas,” or Mexican-style rodeos, that might be taking place near them
It's back-Congress, again, takes up horse slaughter
Less than two weeks after the 110th Congress convened, a bipartisan group of legislators introduced a measure banning horse slaughter
'Now, it's the lawyers' turn'
posted February 15, 2005 Over a crisp New England weekend in November 2004, some 200 people convened in the hallowed halls of Yale Law School…