• Animal Care

    No adoption fees for dogs at Bakersfield Animal Care Center through January

    BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — Homeless dogs need you. The Bakersfield Animal Care Center is asking the community to help big dogs that still need homes. The shelter is offering no fee adoptions for any dogs during this time. Get big dogs adopted. That is the goal and plan for staff at the Bakersfield Animal Care Center as they try to lower the number of big dogs in the shelter. Stay up to date with the latest weather and news with 17 News’ daily newsletter The shelter is promoting its larger and older dogs that have been in the shelter longer than others for adoption. The center says people can have…

  • Animal nutrition

    DSM revamps animal nutrition and health business

    Following the successful acquisition of Biomin in 2020, the Dutch group says it is combining expert knowledge and science-based insights to offer an end-to-end portfolio that helps deliver sustainable animal farming solutions. Ivo Lansbergen, president of animal nutrition and health at DSM, told us: “Customers are the heart of focus at DSM, which is why it’s critical to understand and address their challenges. For these reasons, we are developing a more holistic approach to support them in improving their efficiencies using tailored solutions backed by three interrelated business lines: Essential Products, Performance Solutions + Biomin, and Precision Services. ​ “Our new approach will enable them to achieve optimal nutrition and…

  • Animal Care

    Falmouth animal groups’ #BettyWhiteChallenge for actress’ 100 birthday

    FALMOUTH — Beloved actress Betty White’s influence could make a difference in the lives of Cape Cod animals in need. The Falmouth Betty White Challenge was added last weekend to a nationwide movement after Barbara Schneider, president of the board of trustees for the Falmouth Dog Park, brought together nine local organizations that help animals. She and those groups are asking for donations of as little as $5 — or of supplies or service time — to be made in the popular TV star’s name. The donations would mark what would have been White’s 100th birthday Monday. The long-lived comedy star best known for TV’s “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “Golden Girls” died Dec.…

  • Animal nutrition

    Animal Nutrition Ingredients Market Report Up to 2031:

    Visiongain has published a new report on Animal Nutrition Ingredients Market Report to 2031. The market is segmented on the basis of livestock, nutrients, and by end-user. By livestock, the market is categorized as Aquaculture, Poultry, Ruminants, Pet, Swine, Others, By Nutrients the market is divided into (Carotenoids, Eubiotics, Vitamins, Enzymes, Minerals, Others), by end users the market is divided into (farms, households, veterinarians, others) by Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa). The report includes detailed Profiles of Leading Animal Nutrition Ingredients Companies. PLUS, COVID-19 Recovery Scenarios. Download Exclusive Sample of Report @ https://www.visiongain.com/report/animal-nutrition-ingredients-market/#download_sampe_div The study covers detailed and insightful chapters on market overview,…

  • Animal Care

    Grand County officials investigating 2 ‘significant animal welfare’ incidents this week

    GRAND COUNTY, Colo. — The Grand County Sheriff’s Office is investigating two “significant” animal welfare incidents this week, with one involving dogs and another involving horses. On Sunday morning, the sheriff’s office received a tip regarding possible animal neglect at a home in the Gore Pass subdivision in unincorporated Grand County. Deputies, along with animal control officers, responded to the property, where they found several short-haired mixed breed dogs. They evaluated the dogs’ condition. Deputies spoke with the homeowners, who agreed to allow the officers to take 15 dogs to the Grand County Animal Control and Shelter in Granby, according to the sheriff’s office. The dogs were evaluated by a…

  • Animal Care

    Calls to Montgomery County animal shelter rise as temperatures drop

    Animals prefer their food and water just like humans: fresh not frozen.  As cold weather and snow sweep through Middle Tennessee this week, Montgomery County Animal Care and Control Director Dave Kaske is reminding pet owners not to leave their animals outside for an extended period.  Animal welfare concerns are on the rise as residents get their first taste of winter. Montgomery County saw its first snow of 2022 overnight Sunday into Monday and more snow was falling as of press time for this edition Thursday. The county is expected to see up to four inches of snow by the time the weather clears, and temperatures were expected to plunge as low as 10 degrees overnight, according…

  • Pets News

    Staten Island’s Animal Care Center of NYC seeking homes for pets amid overcrowding, worker shortage

    TOTTENVILLE, Staten Island (WABC) — An animal shelter on Staten Island is feeling the impact of the pandemic, with pets desperate for new homes and the people who run the shelter desperate for healthy workers. The Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC) is teeming with so many animals you can hear the din from the street. It’s a relatively small shelter packed to the gills with all kinds of household pets no longer wanted and up for adoption, with lots of competition. “We are overcrowded,” said Paul Sanders of the Animal Care Centers of NYC. Sanders runs the Staten Island location of Animal Care Centers, which holds the city contract…

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