March 3, 2011
All Animals Magazine Mar/Apr 2011
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HSI spay/neuter program changes lives of thousands of Bhutan's street dogs
Animals already under siege from human-caused threats struggle to cope in transformed habitats
Retreating from a warming climate, a rugged and little-known species fights for survival among Montana's peaks
Changing the Landscape
A quest through the national park system reveals new models for a more humane society
HSUS president and CEO discusses his new book, The Bond: Our Kinship with Animals, Our Call to Defend Them
Front Lines: Campaigns and Advocacy
HSUS-backed bill would end use of chimps in laboratories
Coats for Cubs gives fur back to the animals
Truth in Fur Labeling Act takes effect
Victory for Sharks
Shark Conservation Act protects sharks from finning
Pam Sordyl's "Adopt, Don't Shop" campaign hits puppy mills where it hurts
Strong Words for Pigs
New York Times food writer comments on abuse of pigs at Virginia factory farm
Canada's seal hunt is a waste of life and tax dollars
Louie Psihoyos discusses The Cove, his award-winning documentary film of Japan's brutal dolphin hunt
Wrap up a tasty mix of aromatic Indian spices with this recipe
When your pet loses a few marbles, whom do you turn to?
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