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Welcome to the New Buenos Aires Eco-Park

“Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed,” said Lavoisier in 1774. It sort of sums up how the Buenos Aires zoo became an eco-park – a contribution in light of the increasing demands for animal rights and respect…

The Consequences of a Food Safety Crisis

Protecting consumers should be a public health priority for every nation. By taking the necessary precautions, countries can avoid the devastating consequences of a food safety crisis. What is a food safety crisis? A food safety crisis occurs when authorities…

Say NO to the Mistreatment of Animals

It’s encouraging to know that more initiatives are coming into existence to say NO to the mistreatment of animals. These include government programs, private organizations, and small grassroots and personal efforts. Our blog adheres to this declaration in every way…

The CITES Treaty and Its Improvements

The CITES treaty (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) is an international treaty about the rights of wild fauna and flora. It seeks to ensure that trade doesn’t become a threat to animals’ survival in their natural habitat. So,…

The First Television Remote Control for Dogs

It’s here! The first television remote control for dogs is finally about to make its way onto the market. For a long time, popular belief was that animals were unable to distinguish between the images that technological devices emit. But,…

Hope of Life for Homeless Dogs

Not long ago, in another article, we mentioned a wonderful initiative started in the US which had the intention of saving about two hundred dogs in Puerto Rico. This is currently one of the countries with the highest animal abandonment…

Animal Protection Laws Around the World

In 1978, animal protection made history thanks to the proclamation of the first Universal Declaration of Animal Rights. The International League of Animal Rights drafted this important document and read it to a UNESCO committee to advocate for better animal protection…

Can Technology Help You Understand Your Dog’s Mood?

In a world where technology is evolving faster than ever – and where it seems that life’s hardly worth living unless it’s through a smartphone – we’re not surprised to hear that tech companies have already begun working on apps…

Adopting an Older Dog – Pros and Cons

Adopting an older dog from a shelter is an act of kindness that usually encourages responsible ownership. It doesn’t only dignify the life of an abandoned animal, but it’s also a way to take action against the reprehensible behaviors of…

Wildlife Protection – What’s the Law?

There are several federal wildlife protection laws and many of them have a very specific purpose. Protecting the bald eagle, for example. However, the most important one is for preserving wildlife: the U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA). The ESA embodies…

Guard Dogs – Laws and Regulations

Historically, we humans have had canines to help us safeguard our family and property. In fact, it’s very likely that the very first ones we kept around were used exactly for this purpose. So, the next natural step in this…

The Influence of Pets on Human Life

Since time immemorial, the presence of pets and companion animals in human life has been registered by numerous sources. The influence of pets on the life of human beings has filled the pages of books, articles and many other means…