Time Passes but HSUS Remains TAINTED!!

SHARE, SHARE, SHARE!!!!  https://www.humanewatch.org/shareables/ HSUS Settles One Lawsuit, Gets Slapped with Another HSUS –kinda still rated a C or D as far as non profits go………….. and……………… https://www.humanewatch.org/hsus-settles-one-lawsuit-gets-slapped-with-another/     This case doesn’t involve alleged sexual harassment, as one might expect, but rather texts HSUS sent out in support of a ballot measure it was lobbying for in California. … Continue reading

FDA Naming Dog Food Brands…Hmm??

* Note: We Are Not Saying the Data Means such brands “cause” such disease–this is something that the news has published.……………….MAKE SURE TO SEE AT THE END OF THE LIST, WHY THE PET BUSINESS SITE BELIEVES THERE IS NO PROVEN CORRELATION…………………… ——————————————————————————- FDA Identifies Dog Food Brands Associated With Canine Heart Disease July 3, 2019 … Continue reading

Best Friends is Not What You Think

http://www.thedogpress.com/Columns/foreign-rescue-money-makers-s19S09.asp Just about everything stated on this article above, we would agree with, with one exception;  being that “Best Friends” is a great “If you want to adopt, find a reputable one like Best Friends Society…” …………..big joke…………..apparently this person doesn’t realize that Best Friends already has  (in 2008 mind you…) spent $140,000 of DONATED … Continue reading

Horse Sues Owner, by ALDF

Judge throws out lawsuit filed by horse against former owner  MARK OSBORNE,Good Morning America 18 hours ago Judge throws out lawsuit filed by horse against former owner (ABC News) Judge throws out lawsuit filed by horse against former owner originally appeared on abcnews.go.com A horse is a horse, of course, of course — even when that horse is … Continue reading

Assistance Animal Case Settles for $6k

https://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/hud-approves-settlement-of-nevada-40674/ Last month the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) approved a settlement agreement concluding an assistance animal Fair Housing Act (FHA) discrimination case from Nevada. An applicant submitted a reasonable accommodation request (that was appropriately medically verified, according to HUD) to keep an assistance animal due to her disability. As reported in the … Continue reading