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Earlier this month, authorities removed more than 350 urine-soaked, flea-ridden dogs — many with medical conditions — from an Allegan County mass-breeding operation. This case highlights how inadequate Michigan law is in preventing needless animal suffering at puppy mills. Fortunately, legislation (HB 5230/5231 and SB 891/892) has been introduced to enact standards for how breeding […]

Celebrate Your Strength: Finding Inspiration From Nature

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Spring has arrived, early this year, which we are all very grateful for. With it comes the arrival of babies. I am speaking of the ones we see in the course of our daily suburban lifestyle; birds, ducks, turtles, rabbits, squirrels, chipmunks, deer, foxes, and geese…they all need us to slow down for their safety […]

HBO Show Luck Cancelled!

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Mounting pressure from animal activists, PETA and the American Humane Association has pushed HBO into cancelling the show Luck. It took the death of a third innocent horse, most recently on Tuesday, to push for the production of HBO to finally cancel Luck. All animal rights people are overwhelmed with joy for the horrendous treatment […]

Go On A Pet Friendly Vacation!

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Going on vacation this summer? Maybe you’re going toward the southeastern part of our country, which so many of us do in the summertime. If you live in Washington D.C., this is a one hour no brainer. The village of Flint Hill is one of five villages in a beautiful, tranquil county called Rappahannock, located […]

Animal Joy Sees No Joy in New HBO Series

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Please read the article by DawnWatch and sign the petition. Very few signatures are still in need to get the attention of those in charge at HBO. The new series, Luck, is killing horses just like real barbaric horse racing does. Read below and please sign. Thank you! When I learned that HBO was planning […]

Animal Joy Talks About Love and Dogs

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December 10th, twenty-three years ago, this past December. That was the date I met the man who would eventually become my husband. When we met all those years ago he had just left his wife and three children. He was frustrated, agonizing and wondering if leaving was the right thing to do. In the midst […]

I Can Get What From My Pet?!?

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Most people know that wild animals can give rabies to people, but what they may not realize is that pets like cats, dogs and birds can pass diseases to people. That may sound scary, but prevention isn’t all that hard. Here’s what to know about keeping pets and people safe from each other. First, don’t […]

Be a Hero for Animals

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A dog named Honey found her hero this past summer. Honey was one of twenty dogs our Animal Rescue Team saved from dogfighting in Indiana this past July. She was weak and injured after spending most of her life either staked in a yard or fighting for her life in a bloody pit. She had […]

Update On U of M Inhumane Animal Testing

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Exciting news! Please read below, how PETA explains U of M has committed to stop using kittens for experiments and advancements in the name of medicine. They will be employing technology as so many other schools now do! Thank you if you were one of those that sent a letter to U of M helping […]

Help! Stop U of M From Inhumane Animal Testing

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Of all things to have to hear about and/or read this time of year, a time when we are supposed to be helping one another with caring, sharing, love and concern for those who can’t help themselves; people and animals, alike. I’m steaming mad to hear that U of M is again doing horrid things […]