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Pets Are No More Than Kitchen Chairs

by Walter Brasch  Ph.D. Wanderings – Social Issues Journalism  In Johnstown, two abandoned puppies died from starvation and freezing weather in an unoccupied house. In Lancaster County, two puppies were left in a backpack in freezing weather. In Centre County, a dog was frozen to the floor of its doghouse. In Edwardsville, a woman abandoned […]

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Animal bills fast-tracking through PA legislature

Amy Worden, Inquirer Staff Writer, writes the Philly Dawg blog for The Philadelphia Inquirer. With her permission we are reposting her blog about a “raft of animal bills” moving this week. In just two short weeks since the summer recess ended, a raft of animal welfare bills is either moving through the Pennsylvania General Assembly or getting teed up […]

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More Bang for the Buck – More Bills for the Animals

Have you ever wondered how Humane PA determines what level of effort to allocate to a particular bill? How does Humane PA determine which bills to concentrate on – after all, aren’t all bills introduced that relate to the humane treatment of animals or cruelty important? We hope that this blog will offer insight regarding […]

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Pennsylvania Animal Law Conference – 2013

The PA Bar Institute’s 10th Annual Animal Law Conference will be held in: Mechanicsburg – Thurs., July 25, 2013 Pittsburgh – Thurs., Aug 15, 2013 Philadelphia – Thurs., Aug. 29, 2013 The Animal Law Conference provides a wealth of information for anyone interested in animal law, from legislative updates, to animal advocacy, to assistance with […]

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