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Cesar’s Way Magazine

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Cesar's Way Magazine. Cesar Millan, who is best known for his work as the “Dog Whisperer&# , has just come out with a new magazine called “Cesar’s Way&#. The magazine, which is all about people and the dogs they love, is available on newsstands right now.

Smithsonian Magazine Spotlights Wildlife Trafficking

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HUGE article in the Smithsonian Magazine about wildlife trafficking out of Ecuador.

Publish Your Own AR Book or Magazine

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But if you have something to say that you'd like the world to hear sooner rather than later, and you have an Internet connection and maybe some layout software, you don't need much money to get started creating your own books and magazines. And if you want to produce a magazine (or even a longer brochure), check out MagCloud, which enables you to print your own magazines from a pdf for as little as 20 cents per page. As you may know, I'm a writer/ghostwriter/editor.

On a New Level of Absurdity in the Slaughter Business

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Tags: Activism Current Affairs Ethics Language animal rights Bev Eggleston EcoFriendly Foods Gourmet magazine happy meat Humane slaughter Temple Grandin

Ethical Beauty Website for Girls

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Here is an online magazine for girls promoting and educating about cruelty-free beauty products.

Suit Filed Against the Minerals Management Service

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From Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. The Southern Environmental Law Center and Defenders of Wildlife filed suit challenging the Minerals Management Service’s (MMS) complicity in the Gulf oil disaster and continued lax oversight of oil drilling operations, including its failure to require a thorough examination of spill risks from exploratory drilling operations like the Deepwater.

National Animal Rights Conference in LA Starts July 16

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Vegetarian Times VegNews Magazine The link came from ALF, but they aren't listed on the site. You can sign up here. Some of the groups attending will be: FARM In Defense of Animals Sea Shepherd ACT Radio Anti-Fur Society E/Environmental Mag Eko Zone Healing Species League of Humane Voters Mercy For Animals Stop Animal Exploitation Now! It sounds like they are participating in some form or another.

Dogs Rule, Nonchalantly

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The book was created by renown illustrator Mark Ulriksen, best known for his work for The New Yorker, where he has been a regular contributor since 1993, with more than 40 magazine covers to his credit. Happy National Dog Day friends!

Dog Days of Summer Giveaway

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Among many press accolades, the book was included in People Magazine’s Mother’s Day Gift Guide. The book was recently reviewed and highly recommended by Best Friends Magazine. We have a great giveaway from pet photographer Mark J. Asher today.

Walrus in Trouble Too

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I'm very proud of supporting Defenders because I think they do great work and they have a really good magazine too. I'm finally getting caught up on some reading and came across this article in the Defenders of Wildlife wildlife. Very depressing sometimes though. The summer issue had a good article about walruses. Surprisingly, they are overlooked in discussions of Arctic species threatened by global warming. We tend to talk about penguins and polar bears, but these guys are important too.

ALF's Campaign Against Fast Food in Mexico

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Every time I go to Bite Back Magazine , I'm struck by how many times ALF activists in Mexico have targeted fast food outlets. I suppose they are easy to get at. Here is just a brief summary: Oct. 24 - They left some sort of awful smelling liquid at a KFC Oct. 21 - Arson at a Burger King Oct. 16 - Fake bomb left at McDonalds Oct.

Torn about Guide Dogs

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I couldn't find confirmation on the site, but read about them in Healthy Pet magazine.) I am very torn about guide dogs. I know that they provide an important service, but what kinds of protection do they have? I've heard of the Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation which supposedly doesn't allow the blind person to actually own the dog. This way, they can protect the dog and, in cases of abuse, take it back without any legal hassle. (I

Pets Aplenty Blog Tour

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He has written for newspapers such as The Sunday Times and The Daily Mail and national magazines including The Lady, Yours, Cat World and Dogs Today and was the My Weekly vet for fifteen years.

Shine a Light on a Shelter

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Nominate them today, they could win the $10,000 grant and you could win too (the person who submitted the winner shelter will win a year’s supply of Purina ONE beyOnd and a one-year subscription to GOOD magazine)! “At

Ocean Advocacy and Animal Rights

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I was reading Ocean Conservancy's magazine today. We support two ocean protection organizations: People for Puget Sound (local) and the Ocean Conservancy. For the past couple of issues I've read, it has had a "sustainable seafood recipe." I understand that they are trying to encourage people to eat fish and other marine life that are not part of a collapsing fishery. The purpose is to protect ocean species as a whole. I'm not sure how this fits into my support of animal rights though.

Dogtown Episode 2

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I know it's more than that though.and I know it from an article in Best Friends Magazine itself. Another episode of Dogtown done! This episode featured three young dogs: Johnny, the golden retriever that was considered too dumb to train; "Baxt" (I think) a puppy with a neurological problem; and Tuffy, the dog attacked and left for dead by other dogs. Baxt and Tuffy were victims of a hoarder.

Newsweek Editor Goes Vegan

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Chime in, and because this article is in the magazine issue dated March 23, write a letter to letters@newsweek.com. Did you see that Newsweek editor David Noonan went vegan (see " I Can't Believe I'm Still a Vegan ")? He clearly needs a bit of encouragement as he finds it "sort of a pain in the ass. And kind of boring, too." But congratulations to Noonan for doing it and writing about it and sticking with it!

Activist Releases 1500 Mink in Oregon

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According to Bite Back Magazine , an activist released 1500 mink from a farm in Astoria. In the early morning hours of October 17th, a lone activist infiltrated the fur farm at 92659 Simonsen Road in Astoria Oregon. About 1,500 mink were released from their cages with at least 200 of these being breeding stock. The fact that there is no fence around this farm should help ease their escape. This action is being claimed for the vegan straight edge community.

Teach Your Dog To Go Potty On Command!

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She is an author, television and radio personality and dubbed “Best Dog Trainer in LA&# by Los Angeles Magazine. Today we welcome top Celebrity dog trainer and behavioral expert Inger Martens as a guest blogger. Her B.A.

Good Idea: FlexPet

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It also entitles members to the following: A subscription to Best Friends magazine, the most popular general interest companion animal magazine in the nation. FlexPet is a dog arthritis treatment! Gratefully our dog doesn’t have arthritis, but what a wonderful thing to have something out there to help those who do! And, for the month of August FlexPet , is running an awesome promotion on behalf of Best Friends Animal society!

Dog Joy: The Happiest Dogs in the Universe

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From the editors of THE BARK magazine, DogJoy: The Happiest Dogs in the Universe is a collection of 300 of the very best full-color pics from the pack! Anyone who knows dogs also knows that dogs know how to live life. They sure can get happy and excited, even over the littlest things!

Walk for Farm Animals Scheduled for this Fall

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When you walk, you give hope to billions of farm animals who suffer appalling cruelty and confinement each year on factory farms,” says Farm Sanctuary President and Co-Founder Gene Baur, who TIME magazine recently called “the conscience of the food movement.” “The From the Farm Sanctuary.

Should the Military Force Protect the Environment?

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Over the past couple of decades, at least two paramilitary groups in the Central African Republic have operated with government approval, as reported recently in an article on "armed environmentalism" in The Ecologist, a British magazine. Thought-provoking article in the Boston Globe.some green thinkers are now coming to a surprising conclusion: In exceptional circumstances, they say, the only effective way to protect the environment may be at the barrel of a gun.

Joy for Orphan Elephants

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The above excerpt is from the September issue of National Geographic magazine, on newsstands now.

Giveaway: Pet Portrait by Alexis Trice

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Alexis’ work has been featured in Dog Fancy magazine, City Rag and The New York Daily News. We have an amazing giveaway for you today thanks to Purina! They have recently launched a blog, Petcentric.com that holds a ton of information for pet owners – from the fun (funny photos and how to incorporate your dog into your wedding) to the informative (articles about the best of best pet products and how to perform CPR on an animal).

Sucre Chocolates help the LA/SPCA

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They are located in the heart of the Garden District on Magazine Street and in addition to their home-made and hand-crafted chocolates and pastries, Sucre offers a variety of gelatos as well as gourmet coffees and even champagne for in-store guests.

Good Idea: OTRADA

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In fact, Donna Warner, the editor-in-chief at Metropolitan Home Magazine has one in her NYC office and loves it! Otrada is the name of a shop on Etsy that features products for animal lovers.

Good Idea: Ortada

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In fact, Donna Warner, the editor-in-chief at Metropolitan Home Magazine has one in her NYC office and loves it! Ortada is the name of a shop on Etsy that features products for animal lovers.

The Emotional Lives of Animals

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Magazine. Grief, friendship, gratitude, wonder, and other things we animals experience. by Marc Bekoff. Scientific research shows that many animals are very intelligent and have sensory and motor abilities that dwarf ours.

From the Mailbag

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I am a columnist for VegNews Magazine, a contributing writer for Satya, a contributor to KQED radio, and a contributor to Common Dreams and Alternet [see here , just published today].) Hi there, I've enjoyed reading your blog and appreciate the articles you've posted and the thoughts you've provoked in your readers. I just wanted to introduce myself, as I thought you might be interested in knowing about my organization, Compassionate Cooks , and perhaps add us to your Links list.

On Mixing Bowl and Vegan Education

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Next month, Meredith will begin an aggressive marketing campaign for Mixing Bowl, start a companion print magazine—and start launching cookbook authors through the site. From today's Publisher's Weekly : In January, Meredith Corporation quietly launched Mixing Bowl , a social networking site about cooking. Emphasizing user-generated content, the site invites home cooks to exchange recipes, share photos, participate in contests and post messages.

On Mainstreaming Veganism

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I don't pay as much attention as I should by watching regular television networks or reading newspapers or magazines that reflect the zeitgeist, but I do get snippets. All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed.

Fur Free Fashion Show Winners Announced

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This years’ judges for the competition were: Sophie Uliano, author of New York Times bestseller Gorgeously Green; Summer Rayne Oaks, model, spokesperson, and expert for Discovery Network's Planet Green; Brita Belli, editor of E/The Environmental Magazine; and Josh Dorfman, author and host of The Lazy Environmentalist on Sundance Channel's The Green. Received this press release yesterday.

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On PF Changs and Vegan Authors

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Many book deals are made after an article or two is published, and in fact agents will tell you that writing for magazines is a great way to build your platform and credibility. The PF Chang update, in case you haven't seen the response from the restaurant , is thus, once you incorporate the actual experiences of vegans who have gone through something similar with the restaurant: If you don't eat non-vegan sugar, there aren't many options.

40 Ways to Help Lab Animals

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When you read stories in major newspapers and magazines such as the New York Times, Washington Post, and Newsweek, be wary of simplification, bias, and a tendency to support traditional views indifferent to animals’ interests. Thanks to Patty at Animal Rights-Do Whatever is Necessary for reposting this list of 40 ways to help lab animals. I especially like these suggestions. 9.Read The better informed you are, the greater the impact you can make, so read everything you can.

Animal Rights is Pernicious Nonsense?

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Yes, they post things on their websites and magazines for the benefit of the true believers, but we don't often see them protesting outside the local shoe store to get free television coverage by spray painting a working mom's new pair of sensible leather shoes. In " 'Animal Rights:' Pernicious Nonsense for Both Law & Public Policy ," Massachusetts attorney and "sportsman" Richard Latimer is on the mark with some concepts, and way off with others.

Melange Monday

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Next, there's Parade magazine on the Iditarod , which frankly I can't even talk about this year and is a disgraceful display of barbarity. So many things to say today. First, check out " The Vegan Solution: An Ideal Whose Time Has Come " over at Care2. And what do you think about the word "ideal"? But more important, commenter Daniel Manahan could use some gentle education.

From Today's New York Times

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April 9, 2009 The writer is the editor of Vermont’s Local Banquet, a quarterly magazine about food and agriculture. To the Editor: Re “ Humanity Even for Nonhumans ,” by Nicholas D. Kristof (column, April 9): Thank you for this inspiring and enlightening article. Animals raised for food suffer miserably.

From Today's New York Times

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5, 2009 The writer worked from 1978 to 1990 at Consumers Union as a health and science writer for Consumer Reports Magazine. To the Editor: Re “ The Burger That Shattered Her Life: Trail of E. Coli Shows Flaws in Ground Beef Inspection System ” (front page, Oct. 4): Your article about E.