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US Marine Mammal Law Plays Havoc with Inuit Lives

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 01/9/2012

The US Marine Mammal Protection Act is up for Congressional renewal this year, and anada’s Inuit natives would like an amendment to the law so they can sell seal products to US consumers.



CITES Conference Ends:  Same Old Whale Rules,  New Elephant Poaching Study

By Patti Strand | Published: 01/9/2012

Government representatives, conservationists, and animal rights and environmental activists met in Nairobi, Kenya, from April 10-20 for the triennial meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species



Summary Judgment: The Prairie Dogs that Weren’t There

By William Perry Pendley | Published: 01/9/2012

There is no evidence that Fish and Wildlife Service employees who charged Lin Drake of Cedar City, Utah, with violating the Endangered Species Act ever heard this poem:

“Yesterday upon the stair,
I met a man who…



Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh No!

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 01/9/2012

Citing pet ownership of certain exotic species as “a growing national problem that must be addressed,” California Representative George Miller introduced HR 5226, the Captive Wildlife Protection Act, on July 25 to ban private…



22nd International Dog Show

By Patti Strand | Published: 01/9/2012

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BORDER COLLIES CONTROL GEESE ON FAIRWAYS, RUNWAYS

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 01/9/2012

Border Collies are intelligent dogs developed to herd sheep in the harsh climate of the border country between England and Scotland. The Border Collie energy and willingness to work are legendary, but alas, too few opportunities…



A GOOD OFFENSE REQUIRES ALLIES

By Jim Beers | Published: 01/8/2012

Recently it was my pleasure to participate in a meeting of dog owners in northern Ohio. That evening, as I dined with my hosts and a couple of local owner/trainers, the conversation revolved around current efforts by animal rights…



SPORTING DOGS CAN COMPETE IN FIELD TRIALS ON PUBLIC LANDS

By Patti Strand | Published: 01/8/2012

The US Fish and Wildlife Service announced on October 12 that the agency would not issue new guidelines for field trials held on public land and would instead revert to the policy outlined in the FWS manual.



I Ain’t Got a Dog

By Jim Beers | Published: 01/8/2012

All you folks out there who have a positive view of your relationship with and use of animals, there is something you should know. If you enjoy meat or have a pet, if you fish or have a relative who benefited from medicinal testing…



HIKERS CAN NO LONGER BRING DOGS TO PARIA CANYON WILDERNESS PERMIT AREAS

By Dan Sands | Published: 01/8/2012

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From the President’s Desk . . . May/June 1996

By Adrian Morrison DVM, PhD | Published: 05/8/1996

In the past few issues this column has focused on education. I thought this time I would focus on something that is a fundamental issue: killing animals for human use. This really gets to basics. I am taking my cue from something…



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