Sat.Dec 31, 2011 - Fri.Jan 06, 2012

Five of the Wildest Hairstyles for Dogs

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Django Gold is a writer with Wet Nose Guide , a searchable database that lists dog businesses throughout the country. Find local dog groomers to recreate some of the wild looks below!

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Yikes! Feds Want to Castrate Wild Mustangs!

Critter News

It's a proposal for population control. Read the whole story here. Federal wildlife managers are fighting in court to take the unprecedented step of castrating 200 wild stallions in Nevada, in an effort to control surging populations of wild horses across the West. Animal-rights activists oppose the plan, which they contend would strip the wild stallions of their fighting spirit and change herd dynamics. A coalition of horse advocates last month filed suit to block the U.S.

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Animal Ethics

Not all bodybuilders are meat-eaters. See here

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Wordless Wednesday: Something Fishy

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Fish are always on the move, making them a bit hard to photograph. We just couldn’t let the dog be the only one having all the fun on Wordless Wednesday! cute animals wordless wednesday

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Dog Whisperer and Philly Undercover Premiere Jan 7, 2012

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Dog Whisperer and Philly Undercover have their season premieres tomorrow, January 7, 2012 on NatGeo Wild! Once again, Cesar Millan works with dogs and their owners to help dogs suffering from phobias and obsessions! This season Cesar will visit to Fort Hood, Texas, where he takes a handful of four-legged army brats back to boot camp. There will be an intervention for ex-gang members who have turned their lives around but still battle turf wars with their dogs at home.

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Animal Studies

Animal Ethics

Animals have made it to campus

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From Today's New York Times

Animal Ethics

To the Editor: In “ Hunting Deer With My Flintlock ” (Op-Ed, Dec. 26), Seamus McGraw says he has a responsibility to kill deer because there are too many. He has volunteered to kill a deer cruelly, ineptly and with an outdated weapon that causes additional suffering to the deer. I assume that the use of the flintlock is to enhance his self-image as a master of the woodland.