Laws and Dogs
The U.S. Department of Transportation recently published new rules for flying with service animals. Here’s what this means for you and your pup.
By removing public access to animal welfare records, the USDA has made it much harder for the BFP and other organizations to rescue and rehome animals in need.
Animal activists have much to celebrate in a ruling that upholds Phoenix’s law requiring pet stores to only carry dogs and cats from shelters and rescue organizations.
It originally looked like Johnny Depp would face 10 years in prison for illegally bringing the family dogs into Australia, but instead wife Amber Heard has been charged.
Shockingly, a legal loophole allows for the breeding, slaughtering, and eating of dogs in Hawaii. Here’s what the Humane Society of the U.S. is doing to stop these practices.
In Tennessee, a new law allows a bystander to break into a car to save a dog or other pet from life-threatening heat. Let’s hope this spreads to more states!
What happens to your dog if you die first? Learn about options, including pet trusts and pet protection agreements, to ensure your dog gets taken care of after you are gone.
David Ormsby, a British Customs officer, says that he was fired because he wouldn’t beat and choke the dog he was assigned. This week, a tribunal decided in his favor.
Neighbors accused Jake and Lucy of killing their cat, resulting in thousands of dollars in impound and legal fees during the ongoing “dangerous dogs” case.
Imported dogs now must be at least six months old and have updated vaccinations — I’ve seen the terrible things that happened before this rule.
An Oregon man has a reputation as a vigilante who harasses people for not following leash laws, and that recently got him jail time and probation.