The Texas Humane Legislation Network calls for a rebuttal of the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) recent report to Congress, submitted under the guise of achieving an “appropriate management level.” With this inhumane and half-baked plan, we believe BLM is shirking its duties to preserve and sustainably manage wild equines, for the...
It’s been seven years since we passed key puppy mill legislation to address “large-scale breeders,” otherwise known as our puppy mill law.
A Texas agency, the Department of Licensing and Regulation, is in charge of administering the law by adopting rules to ensure the health and safety of every animal in a licensed facility.
We all remember the destruction caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. But the devastation of these two storms wasn’t limited to human loss and suffering.
The tumors on her body were so bad, you could see them even from the freeway. When she was taken to an emergency veterinarian, the largest of her tumors measured at more than two feet long.
We are wrapping up Animal Care & Control Appreciation Week with a spotlight on Jamey Cantrell, President of the Texas Animal Control Association and Animal Services Director for the City of Plano.
As a constituent of Congressman Mike Conaway, your voice is the MOST critical for Texas animals! Rep. Conaway is the Chair of the House Agriculture Committee, and is convening his committee next week to review the proposed Farm Bill.
Last month, we rolled out a new initiative to help build a more humane Texas.
We’re calling it the Fierce 500, because it takes the fiercest among us to fight for our most vulnerable—and we are more successful when we join forces.
For years, puppy and kitten mills have been operating across our state. Every month or so, we hear about gruesome discoveries of animals who are used for breeding within cruel conditions.
Just last month, the SPCA of Texas seized 72 dogs and puppies from an alleged puppy mill—including 12 deceased animals—in Canton. According...
The Trump administration’s under-the-radar decision last week to legalize bringing elephant parts to the U.S. as trophies on a “case by case” basis—although not surprising—was a complete punch in the stomach to all who understand what the dwindling elephant population faces as a species for survival.
To recap: In November 201...