Animal Rights

Did you know that there’s such a thing as animal rights? Many countries have specific current legislation for them. In this section, you’ll find all of the legal information regarding your pets.

Social Media Stars and Animal Rights

The latest trends in advertising, film and TV have turned many animals into hugely famous social media stars. Pets and wild animals alike are often at the center of ad campaigns for some of the world’s largest companies. Similarly, photos…

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,…

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…

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 Legality of Transgenic Animals

All animals created through transgenesis, more commonly known as cloning, are called “transgenic animals.” In other words, they’re genetically modified animals. What is transgenesis? You’ve probably never heard that word before, because we mostly refer to it as cloning. The basic process…

Tribute to the Abandoned Dogs of Mexico

More and more cities are paying homage to abandoned dogs. This is the case, for example, in Mexico City or Barcelona, Spain. Today, we’ll tell you about another Mexican city, Guadalajara, which already has a monument to the abandoned dogs…