Author Archive for: ‘Peggy’

  • Speak up for Dogs without a Voice: Help Ban Devocalization

    To resolve problem barking, some dogs are subjected to devocalization – an invasive surgery which involves cutting an animal’s vocal chords. Devocalization can cause physical and psychological harm to the animal, and many groups are working to help put an end to this unnecessary and …

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  • Get Deadly Poison Off Store Shelves

    Did you know that anyone can walk into a store and pick up deadly rat poison right off the shelf? And that these poisons often end up accidentally sickening or killing wildlife, pets and even children? The Center for Biological Diversity is asking retailers to …

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  • Frogs Are Not Toys

    Petition Learning Express to stop selling Wild Creations’ Classic EcoAquarium!

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  • Hot Dogs and Hot Cars Don’t Mix

    Enclosed cars can heat up quickly. Spread the word. Dogs are especially vulnerable to heat stroke and other heat illnesses.

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  • Bee the Change for Honeybees

    Scientists say that the pesticide clothianidin is strongly linked to the rapid decline in bee populations. Ask the EPA to ban this pesticide. Save the bees.

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  • Don’t Pass By a Black Dog

    Help Amanda Leonard from The Black Dog Research Studio bring awareness to the plight of homeless black dogs and cats.

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  • Keep Exotic Animals in the Wild

    Exotic animals are not good pets. The best thing we can do for exotic animals is keep them in the wild, where they belong.

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  • 1 Pet Postcard = 1 Bowl of Food for Rescue

    Create and send a postcard to Nikki Moustaki of The Pet Postcard Project and a bowl of pet food will be donated to rescue!

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  • Lucky Dog Pet Pardons

    Lucky Dog Pet Pardons is a way to share information about shelter pets scheduled for euthanasia and get the word out to potential adopters FAST!

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  • Click to Protect the Rainforest

    Rainforests are beautiful, lush, valuable… and they’re disappearing. Colonization and deforestation devastate these precious resources. The Rainforest Site has purchased and preserved thousands of acres of endangered land, and they can continue their good work, with your help. By clicking on their “Click Here to …

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