Teresa Romero tested negative for the disease, the government said, but her beloved dog Excalibur was put down as a precaution. Thousands of protesters, including health workers, marched in the streets of Madrid calling on the health minister to resign.
WHAT: Pumpkin, while most people assume it is a vegetable, is actually a vine-growing fruit. Not only is it festive, but also dogs love it! It's so much more than decoration! - See more at: http://petclue.com/article/feed-your-pupkin-some-p umpkin.html#sth
Imagine being a dog and all of a sudden an endless stream of scary monsters show up on the doorstep and keep ringing the doorbell. For many dogs, Halloween, just like July 4th and New Year's Eve, are days of infamy.
PETITION Please sign. A radical anti-wolf group is asking the Bureau of Land Management to hold a wolf and coyote killing "derby" on public lands near the Salmon, Idaho, area. During these killing contests,
This is a wonderful thing as our pets are our family they like our kids this is a blessing for people suffering from domestic violence as this is why some stay for their pets need safety too so please sign
Kevin Anderson of Chicago, Illinois made this horrible discovery next to his building on October 6. He discovered 4 newborn kittens in a shoe box. The box was taped down so nothing gets out or in.Not even air.Video on the petition page!
Conservation efforts rose to prominence in the early 1900s in response to the disappearance of the American bison and passenger pigeon -- but early laws often fell short of outlining specific steps in the process of bringing species back from the brink of
Over a million years ago, the northern white rhino roamed across Chad, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan. In 1960, there were about 2,000 of them. In the 1970s and '80s, poachers reduced their population from 500 to 15.
At just six inches long and weighing a meager four ounces, the ortolan is the petite imp of the bird world. His delicate greenish head and penchant for hopping around close to the ground are fitting to his name, from the Latin hortulanus, which means "the
Every year some 100 million sharks are killed, many of them destined for the lucrative shark fin trade. This figure represents about seven percent of the entire population of sharks in the world -- a much higher figure than what scientists estimate would