Articles and Podcasts
Information, insight, and commentary on animal welfare, discrimination, and bringing dogs and people together.
The insurance industry tried to stop Nevada Senate Bill 103, but legislators saw through their misinformation campaign.
The NYC Mayor's Office of Animal Welfare is conducting a survey to learn more about how pet ownership impacts access to affordable housing. We encourage all of our supporters who live in New York City with their pets (or who have had pets in the past) to participate...
Dangerous dog registries fail to put the responsibility on the dog owner and instead deflect blame to the dog.
Landlords cite liability risks as justification for these policies. We did a deep dive to find out what the dog bite related liability risks really are.
This year has been difficult for everyone and insurmountable to others. As an organization, we have long since understood that companion animal welfare without human welfare means nothing. So, as a response to the impact of the pandemic, we've augmented and expanded...
Don't be So Quick to Celebratethe "Win" in Denver12November 2020If you read only the headlines about Denver on November 4, you might think that the city's dog owners were finally victorious. If you just clicked and shared the revised language, you missed some...
We looked at a recently list of pet-friendly cities and were shocked at what we found.
This sweet girl had a ruptured disc in her spine and medical treatment costing $6,000. Please contribute to her care.
How and why you should work with your community’s existing food pantry to meet the needs of dog owners.
An interview with Animal Farm Foundation’s Director of Behavior and Training