Animal rights organizations


Continue Reading Animal Welfare Labeling Can Be Litigation Trap for Farms, Food Industry and Restaurants

HB 688, introduced on January 3, 2019, would

I. Makes changes to the definition of pet vendor and defines hobby breeder.

II. Establishes the companion animal welfare division in the


Continue Reading New Hampshire House Bill 688 Would Establish the Companion Animal Welfare Division in the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food at an Estimated Cost of at least $3,896,000 through 2023.

In Naruto v. Slater, 2018 WL 1902414 (9th Cir. April 23, 2018)-the case in which Naruto, a crested macaque by and through his alleged “next friends,” People for
Continue Reading The Ninth Circuit’s perplexing Article III statements in Naruto v. Slater and Cetacean Community v. Bush.

The unfortunate and misguided bans of sales of professionally and purposely-bred dogs throughout the United States (which as previously described violates the constitutional rights of many and exposes people and
Continue Reading The importance of studying human behavior related to pet adoptions and its unintended impact on animal health and welfare.

Americans for Medical Progress (AMP) “supports research involving animals when it is necessary to advance our understanding of biological processes.” and provides tools for “public outreach that builds understanding and
Continue Reading Americans for Medical Progress premieres an extraordinary video that describes the incredible need for and contribution of animals in research and the people dedicated to their care.