Express press service THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As the threat of stray dogs gnaws at Kerala and the state government watches idly by the rise in rabies cases, animal welfare organizations cite the proliferation of many illegal pet shops and breeders as the one of the main reasons. They say pet stores andRead More →

The Telluride Venture Network (TVN) has opened registration for its “Shore Up Your Small Business” workshop, presented by the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado-Boulder. The workshop is the latest installment in the five-year Demystifying Entrepreneurship Workshop Series: Rural Colorado. Award-winning teachers Erick Mueller and Brad WernerRead More →

A small kennel of Kyneton has won four titles at the Labrador National. Morndew Labradors were awarded Best Breeders Team, Best Dam and Progeny, Best Baby Puppy In Show and Best Minor Puppy In Show at the event held in Brisbane last month. “We are delighted with our results,” HughRead More →

For the third installment in the NNSA’s Women in Defense Programs series, meet Katie Duncan. This Tennessee graduate’s passion for World War II history led to her role at NNSA as a uranium expert supporting our nuclear stockpile, from the next uranium processing facility to restoring manufacture of depleted uranium.Read More →

Central Luzon State University in Muñoz, Nueva Ecija. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO MUÑOZ, Nueva Ecija: The Accreditation Agency of Accredited Colleges and Universities of the Philippines (AACCUP) conducted a virtual fact-finding visit to at least six study programs at Central Luzon State University (CLSU). According to the CLSU’s Office of Strategic Communications,Read More →

Four-year-old Treacheroustimes’ all-around success at Melton last Saturday night brought back fond memories for amateur breeders Terang, Mick and Sue Moloney. Treacheroustimes, a gelding by US champion Captaintreacherous, is the first foal out of Moloney’s former top mare, Vansumic. “We bought Vansumic at the APG sale in Melbourne for $9,000,”Read More →

Coleman enticed Elvy to bark, and he pinned a Brown police badge to his harness vest. “She’s tired already,” O’Connor joked during her remarks. “She didn’t ask me for a vacation but she works hard.” Providing comfort, building community The year-and-a-half-old Labrador retriever came to Brown DPS through an organizationRead More →

Equine Amnio Solutions, LLC, a distributor of next-generation regenerative products, including RenoVō equine allograft, has partnered with Dunn Ranch (Wynnewood and Lexington, Oklahoma). According to a company statement,1 Dunn Ranch is recognized worldwide in the field of services to stallions and mares, including embryo transfers, foaling, breeding management and salesRead More →

ARGYLE, TX, August 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Equine Amnio Solutions, LLC (EAS), a distributor of next-generation advanced regenerative products, including RenoVō® equine allograft, today announced its partnership with Dunn Ranch (Wynnewood and Lexington, Oklahoma) to support its world-class equestrian breeding and care programs. Dunn Ranch is recognized internationally as aRead More →

ROSHARON, Texas (KTRK) — They are in the same school district and at the end of the Greater Houston area, and yet Shadow Creek and Manvel High Schools did not face each other on the football field. Until Friday evening. The two football programs advertised to have become successful recruitingRead More →

Many of us have decided to welcome new puppies into our homes over the past two years – according to Kennel Club figures, dog ownership has soared nearly eight per cent and friend demand on all fours after locking remains elevated. There are 221 different purebred dog breeds to chooseRead More →

DANIA BEACH, FL. (WSVN) – A second group of beagle puppies have arrived in South Florida in search of a forever home after being rescued from inhumane conditions in Virginia. 7News cameras captured the 10-month-old puppies hours after their 3 p.m. trip early Thursday morning. All 20 dogs are nowRead More →

Dog breeders are moving to New South Wales to escape tougher animal welfare laws in other states, a parliamentary report on puppy breeding warns. Limits are needed on the number of dogs a breeder can have, with the upper house committee reviewing large-scale breeding of found dogs and cats. ItRead More →

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: 300 dogs from a property in Amargosa Valley, Nevada, have been seized by authorities, according to KTNV. Officials described it as a situation of “large-scale” animal cruelty. Detectives from the Nye County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) obtained a search warrant for the property following an investigation and attendedRead More →