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November 2012

Police One website asks where your state stands on animal-cruelty laws

PoliceOne.com ran an interesting study Monday concerning animal-cruelty laws. A few interesting tidbits from the article: – More than 78 million Americans have dogs and more than 86 million have cats and 39 percent of US households include at least one dog. – The writer lists the benefits of having pets as -  “companionship, reduced […]

The return of Pack Topics: ND votes down anti-cruelty law; devocalizing is cruel

LEGISLATION: On election day, voters in North Dakota voted against Proposition 5, a measure that would have classified acts intended “to maliciously and intentionally harm a living dog, cat or horse” as class C felonies. Opposing Views reports “” 65.4% of voters opted to have North Dakota remain with South Dakota as the only two […]

Video: HSUS helps pets in aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

Representatives the Humane Society of the US help pets have been out helping displaced pets in the wake of Hurricane Sandy: