From the Offices of NAIA

Summer 2013 Animal Policy Review

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 08/21/2013

The Animal Policy Review is a publication of the National Animal Interest Alliance dedicated to the analysis of legislation, regulations, and policies that affect animals and animal owners.

NAIA 2013 Conference: The Conversation Begins with You!

By | Published: 07/26/2013

Whether you are a professional or a hobbyist, if your life revolves around animals, the NAIA 2013 conference is a must-attend event!

Raise Funds for NAIA through H&R Block’s Nonprofit Referral Program

By Patti Strand | Published: 01/8/2013

Nobody enjoys tax season, but this year, new clients to H&R Block can feel good knowing they supported NAIA!

Staying Connected with NAIA

By Patti Strand | Published: 01/3/2013

We wish you a fabulous 2013, and look forward to staying connected and working with you throughout the year!

Resolve to Support NAIA in the New Year!

By Patti Strand | Published: 12/29/2012

Now you can support NAIA by searching the Internet, shopping online, or dining out!

National Animal Interest Alliance 2012 Conference Recap

By Kerrin Winter-Churchill | Published: 12/13/2012

“This event is growing each year,” said NAIA Founder and Chairman Patti Strand, “these are world class conferences with the best speakers possible on virtually every subject that anyone with animals should be interested…

A Big Thanks to our Volunteers!

By Staff | Published: 11/19/2012

Our thanks for a great 2012 conference!

Summer 2012 Animal Policy Review

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 08/16/2012

Extra! Extra! The Summer 2012 Animal Policy Review has been uploaded for your reading pleasure!

Brave New World: The 2012 NAIA Conference

By Patti Strand | Published: 07/6/2012

With presentations from world-renowned animal welfare authorities, award-winning writers, veterinarians, and experts in agriculture and law, this is the can’t-miss animal event of 2012!

Announcing the NAIA 2012 Conference!

By Patti Strand | Published: 04/12/2012

Arm yourself with the facts: attend the NAIA 2012 Annual Conference!

The World is Run By Those Who Show Up: Get Involved!

By | Published: 01/7/2012

When I was in high school Ralph Nader was just getting started and most people were grateful that Ralph and others like him were willing to take on the multinational corporations they said were raping the earth and defrauding the…


By | Published: 01/7/2012

Word has it that AKC may be in for yet another television bashing, this time on NBC Dateline during ratings week in February. For details, see and read Norma Bennett Woolf’s article, “NBC plows old ground,…


By | Published: 01/7/2012

Anne Edwards, Dr. Mary Burch, Steve Lindsay, and Dr. L. Grabriel Navar have joined the board of directors of the National Animal Interest Alliance.


By | Published: 01/7/2012

In the last year, the National Animal Interest Alliance has had the pleasure of adding four outstanding individuals to our Board. We are proud to welcome Thomas Albert, Holly Stump, Donna Herzig and Marty Greer to the NAIA family.…


By Patti Strand | Published: 01/7/2012

NAIA brings diverse animal experts to DC to discuss the impact of animal rights and environmental radicalism

NAIA’s strength lies in its ability to bring together a broad spectrum of animal enthusiasts and trainers,…

Purebred Dogs: The Next Endangered Species?

By Patti Strand | Published: 05/26/2011

As promised in last week’s announcements, we’ve been working like mad to make this year’s National Conference on purebred dogs one for the ages… and if I don’t say so myself, we’ve already managed…


By Eleanor Kiner | Published: 12/7/2004

The National Animal Interest Alliance is a nationwide educational organization committed to supporting the human-animal bond and promoting animal welfare. According to their brochure, “NAIA is a moderate organization that…

JAMA article: NAIA president urges scientists to speak out

By | Published: 09/15/1999

In its section on medical news and perspectives, the August 18 edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association urged scientists to help the public understand the need for animals in biomedical research.

1998 is a breakthrough year for NAIA!

By | Published: 12/31/1998

How do we know? We know, because during 1998 the number of incoming contacts and requests for information increased to more than an average of 300 per month. And we weren’t just preaching to the choir. The calls and letters…

From the president’s desk ... November 1998

By | Published: 11/7/1998

I am just back from NAIA’s Full Circle Summit where I finally met some of the newer board members face to face and also saw some old friends. It was a wonderful experience, primarily the result of Patti’s vision, planning and…

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