Written by: AFIA Editor | October 19, 2022
On Tuesday, the American Feed Industry Association’s Louise Calderwood participated in a listening
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -Arizona’s Family has learned the Maricopa County Animal Care and Control shelter director is on leave. While the county isn’t saying exactly why former employees say there’s a toxic work environment.
A former worker tells us she has created a petition demanding shelter reform that now has
Pigs in Victoria are still being held in narrow pens that are not wide enough for the animals to turn around, despite an industry promise to stop using them five years ago, according to the Animal Justice party.
The party is now calling for a ban on the use of
Two overarching trends — the humanization of pets and a premiumization of the pet food market — have paved the way for specific nutritional solutions catering to everyday health and wellness needs, weight management, disease prevention and support, age-related conditions and much more.
“The pet food landscape is indeed a
HOUSTON – Owners of exotic animals, like tigers, rely on an underground animal trade to bypass a patchwork of laws banning their possession across the state of Texas.
According to one animal trainer, who has owned a variety of exotic animals, there could be more than 3,000 tigers alone in
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