Euthanasia

Utah delegation should get behind the law to stop horse slaughter

Given the importance of horses in Utah’s history and development, we should keep them from becoming food. (Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Wild horses from the Onaqui Wild Horse Herd frolic near Dugway, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. By Scott Beckstead | Special for La Tribune | May 25, …

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Norfolk Greyhound Rescue: 5 dogs looking for a new home

Published: 06:00 23 May 2022 A greyhound who nearly fell asleep because her owner didn’t want her anymore, has been given a second chance at life and is looking for a new home. Terri is one of five dogs currently in the care of Norfolk Greyhound Rescue. The voluntary organization …

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Euthanasia attendants in modern practice

Provide more compassionate support by having 1 person guide grieving clients through the appointment from start to finish In times of sadness, we need someone we can count on to support us. During a euthanasia appointment, various staff members routinely interact with the client and patient, but there is rarely …

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North Carolina Public Animal Shelter 2021 Annual Report Released: Public Euthanasia Numbers for Cats and Dogs

Cats and dogs. Credit: Frank and Kay Whatley, Nadia Ethier According to figures from the 2021 Public Animal Shelters Report, released by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDA&CS) in the spring of 2022, public animal shelters in North Carolina euthanasia approximately 75,668 dogs and 89,029 cats …

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A second horse dies in 2 days at Santa Anita Park

ARCADIA, Calif. — A 4-year-old colt with five first-place finishes in 14 career races has died at Santa Anita Park, the second racehorse death in two days and the third in the past six days, officials confirmed Sunday. state horse racing. . Barraza was injured Saturday morning during practice at …

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Canada’s Invisible Euthanasia Plan – BC Catholic

Winning journalism awards always gives a boost this time of year, but two of the awards The BC Catholic won this week from the Canadian Christian Communicators Association had special significance. The awards recognize the investigative journalism that this newspaper, through writer Terry O’Neill, has done on the issue of …

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NSW voluntary assisted death law progresses | Augusta-Margaret River Courier

The New South Wales parliament has moved closer to allowing euthanasia, but advocates for legalizing voluntary assisted death say their fight is unlikely to materialize this week. NSW is the only state in Australia that does not allow assisted dying for terminally ill people, but advocates hope the legislation will …

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Molotov cocktails thrown at office of Oregon anti-abortion group

MOlotov cocktails were thrown at the offices of an anti-abortion group in Oregon overnight Sunday, according to local authorities. The Oregon Right to Life building in Keizer was the target of the attack, in which one or more suspects caught fire and threw two Molotov cocktails at the building and …

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Minimizing Wildlife Conflict: A Conversation with Monte Merrick, Director of the Humboldt Wildlife Care Center/Bird Ally X | Lost Coast Outpost

Common Loon, currently supported, found at Prairie Creek. Photos: Laura Corsiglia/BirdAllyX Life here in the redwoods is an experience like no other. This ancient rainforest that we call home is home to an abundant variety of wildlife that also call this place home. And while our …

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Everything you need to know about Take Me Home and how to watch

Take me Home is an inspiring program about the joy of rescue dogs. This gripping new series follows the work of Sue Hedley – founder of the animal rescue organization SAFE Inc (Saving Animals From Euthanasia) – and the incredible work she does to give these animals a second chance. …

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Implementing emergency quarantine for Philadelphia animal shelter amid respiratory illness outbreak – NBC10 Philadelphia

The Brandywine Valley SPCA is assisting ACCT Philly with an offsite quarantine facility as an upper respiratory illness spreads among ACCT Philly dogs at the hunting park. Brandywine staff are providing care to the 90 dogs deemed “exposed” to upper respiratory disease, ACCT Philly said. The shelter has also seen …

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Bladder wall mass with neoplastic lymphoid cells in urine: diagnosis of secretory IgG B-cell lymphoma with Bence-Jones proteinuria in a dog

This article was originally published here Veterinarian Clin Pathol. 2022 April 29. doi: 10.1111/vcp.13102. Online ahead of print. ABSTRACT In this study, we describe a multimodal approach to diagnose a single case of myeloma-related disease, extranodal B-cell secretory lymphoma with bladder involvement, monoclonal IgG4 gammopathy, and Bence-Jones proteinuria in a …

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Amid bird flu outbreak, activists slam poultry culling methods – InForum

BRAINERD – This spring’s bird flu outbreak has sparked renewed protests from animal welfare campaigners over the destruction of large numbers of poultry. Several groups have raised objections to the methods used to kill chickens or turkeys once they have been exposed to the deadly virus. In particular, they say …

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Petco Love Hosts “Give Pets Their Best Shot” Event

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — National nonprofit Petco Love is partnering with People Assisting Animal Control to host their free vaccine event, “Give Pets Their Best Shot.” Petco Love and PAAC plan to vaccinate 50 cats at this event on Friday, April 29 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the …

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VP bets David approves of Sotto, but won’t retire from race

MANILA — Vice-presidential candidate Rizalito David on Wednesday formally endorsed his rival, Senate President Vicente Sotto III, but made it clear he was not stepping down from the race for the country’s second-highest post. “I have officially endorsed the President of the Senate, Tito Sotto, for the position of Vice …

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Another horse dies after racing injury in Los Alamitos

A horse has died after sustaining a racing injury at Los Alamitos racetrack, state regulators confirmed on Sunday – a month after officials said the Cypress track had taken a series of measures aimed at improving safety after a series of four horse deaths in 11 days range. Scream and …

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Bear Mauls Trainer To Death During Stunt, Terrifying Video Resurfaces

A staged animal act went horribly wrong when a bear named Rocky killed his handler by ripping his neck out. The incident took place in 2008 and was captured in chilling video. Now the clip has resurfaced on the 14th anniversary of the accident. According to an article in The …

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Ohio may allow breeders without veterinary training to operate on dogs

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A proposed rule change being considered at the Statehouse could allow some dog breeders without medical training to perform certain surgeries on puppies soon after birth. The agency’s Joint Committee on Review of Rules (JCARR) will hear evidence on Tuesday about a rule that would allow any …

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Harvie urges Horgan to ensure thrift store revenue supports Delta Hospice – Surrey Now-Leader

Delta Mayor George Harvie is asking Premier John Horgan to ‘take every step’ possible to ensure that money raised at the Delta Hospice Society’s (DHS) Hospice Cottage Charity Shoppe is used to support care palliatives in the community. Harvie’s request, made in a april letter 13comes after members of society …

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Pet industry seizes opportunities as owners return to work

TORONTO – After remortgaging her home and borrowing from friends and family to keep her business going during the pandemic, Carolyn Hatfield is happily battling to meet the demand of pet owners looking for daycare for their COVID puppies. “We are fully booked for assessments until June,” the owner of …

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Americans return pandemic puppies, flood shelters, rescue groups

PHILADELPHIA – Frustration jumped off the Instagram page: “I’ve never seen so many people try to dump their dogs,” said Jessica Mellen-Graaf of the Philly Bully Team dog rescue. Already overwhelmed, his rescue team had received 20 requests in 48 hours from owners who wanted to abandon their dogs. “We …

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Humane Association says Tennessee shelter shot and killed dogs

MEMPHIS, TENN. (WATER) – A report from the Nashville Humanitarian Association shows the director of the Lauderdale County animal shelter admitted to shooting animals instead of killing them with drugs. In the January report, Terry Kissell told an employee of the Humane Association that he had shot animals to euthanize …

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The right to life versus the right to smoke and die

Smokers’ interest in self-determination is at odds with the state’s obligation to protect the life of every individual and provide them with a healthy life. Two important issues are raised: first; do we have the right to smoke as part of the right to life and second; to what extent …

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Dozens of dogs and cats seized from a shelter in Alfred

On Thursday, state animal welfare officials seized 50 dogs and 11 cats from an Alfred shelter because the facility allegedly failed inspections and failed to meet licensing standards. The seizure follows a search warrant executed at the Saving Lives animal shelter on Sanford Road (Highway 202), but the dispute between …

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Euthanasia: is Nepal ready to discuss? – The Himalayan Times – The No. 1 English daily in Nepal

Euthanasia, a relatively new and highly controversial concept, is accepted and functional in some states in the United States of America and Australia as well as in some European countries. These nations identified its needs and designed plans, rules and regulations, and adopted them after community participation and consensus. It …

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Animal welfare bills signed after VA dog breeder’s violations

VIRGINIA — Additional protections for animals were signed into law by Governor Glenn Youngkin on Monday following controversy over violations at a Virginia dog farm. The bill signatures, dubbed the ‘beagle bills’, focus on the breeding of animals for experimentation after more than 70 violations were found at an Envigo …

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Teen Euthanasia Renewed For Season 2 At Adult Swim

Not dead yet! Residents of Tender Endings are making a comeback. Collider reports that Adult Swim has renewed the series Euthanasia of adolescents for a second season. The mother and daughter centered series was a hit with viewers and earned the show a continuation. Euthanasia of adolescents takes place in …

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Dog shot dead in Delta after three injured in attacks

A dog was euthanized by Delta animal control officers on Thursday after three separate attacks in the North Delta. Delta’s bylaws director Hugh Davies told the Optimistic On Friday afternoon, animal control officers were called, along with British Columbia Emergency Health Services and Delta Police, to a residence in the …

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Celebrities: Monkeys near Florida airport delight visitors |

DANIA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — As departing airliners roared overhead, an aging vervet monkey moped down a mangrove branch on a recent afternoon in the woods he calls home near a South Florida airport, his ego bruised. Mikey, as his human watchers call him, has long been the laid-back alpha …

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Attacks on Religious Healthcare Providers Grow

(RNS) — Only a few U.S. states have formally legalized assisted suicide, but for decades bioethicists have worried about what might be called “stealth euthanasia,” when a medical professional actually induces death of the patient he cares for simply stopping treatment or stipulating doses of opiates at levels that kill …

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Wild boar in Yishun incident euthanized as ‘last resort’, NParks says

SINGAPORE — Following a public outcry over its decision to euthanize a wild boar that sparked a commotion at a housing estate in Yishun, a National Parks Board (NParks) official said euthanasia was a response from “last resort”. In an interview with TODAY on Friday March 25, Dr Adrian Loo, …

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Dog Rescue Sues Former Workers, Alleging Breach of Confidentiality

Porter County Courthouse, Downtown Valparaiso The nonprofit Lakeshore PAWS dog rescue is suing three former employees, claiming they violated confidentiality agreements they signed when they were hired by posting allegations about the fate of various dogs taken in by the rescue on the social networks, including euthanasia. The lawsuit, filed …

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Adoptions are up, the use of euthanasia is down

New data from Oakland Animal Services shows the city-run shelter is slaughtering fewer dogs than in previous years. Part of the reduction can be attributed to a cultural shift in the ministry’s enforcement approach, shelter manager Ann Dunn said Monday. Oakland animal control officers are taking a less punitive approach. …

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Reviews | How the Whole Life movement challenges left-vs-right politics

Over the next 20 years, the population of people with dementia will double. In 30 years, it will triple. So what concerns me deeply is that if we are already treating people, especially people with advanced dementia, in this way with the resources that we have chosen to devote to …

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Ex-Home and Away exec reveals abandoned storyline for his favorite

At home and away almost saw the return of a former fan-favorite character a few years ago he emerged. Former principal Donald Fisher (Norman Coburn) was a mainstay of Summer Bay from the show’s debut in 1988 until the early 2000s, last briefly appearing in 2007. However, former screenplay director …

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MIZNER PARK TO HOST “BARK AT THE PARK” TO BENEFIT TRI COUNTY ANIMAL RESCUE ON NATIONAL PET DAY – MONDAY, APRIL 11 – Boca Raton’s Most Reliable News Source

Dog Day will include music, photo booths, cartoon artists and canine psychics Boca Chamber Member Update BOCA RATON, FL – Mizner Park, 327 Plaza Real, is going to the dogs…literally…on Monday, April 11 (National Pet Day) from 5-7:30 p.m. to benefit Tri-County Animal Rescue. Tickets are $20 per person (including …

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Foster dog trainers wanted | Noosa today

If you’re a dog lover with some spare time and a dog-friendly home, then the local charity, PTSD Dogs Australia would love to hear from you. The organization, which rescues dogs from pounds and shelters and trains them to become loyal and supportive service dogs, is looking for foster dog …

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Online symposium offers techniques to overcome assisted suicide

By Cole DeSantis, Rhode Island Catholic Correspondent PROVIDENCE — On Saturday, Feb. 19, life advocates hosted an online symposium to discuss techniques to counter the Lila Manfield Sapinsley Compassionate Care Act. Such a bill has been before the Rhode Island Legislature for 20 years and would allow access to physician-assisted …

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The Kokomo Humane Society will hold a vaccine event on Saturday | News

The Kokomo Humane Society is teaming up with national nonprofit Petco Love to give pets their best shot at healthy lives by hosting a free pet vaccine event on Saturday. Petco Love has established March as “National Pet Vaccination Month” to encourage pet parents to keep their pets up to …

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Australian Christian Lobby campaigns for South African election candidates who oppose late-term abortions

The Australian Christian Lobby (ACL) is running a targeted campaign to promote candidates of all political stripes who voted against allowing easier access to late-term abortions in South Australia. Key points: South Australia state elections are approaching on March 19 Australia’s Christian lobby is campaigning against candidates who support late-term …

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Shelby Humane is now considered a no-kill shelter – Shelby County Reporter

By MEG HERNDON | Personal editor COLOMBIAN – Shelby Humane is now considered a no-kill shelter after recording a live release rate of 97% for 2021 and placing 2,024 animals in their forever homes. Nonkill status is determined by the Asilomar Agreements which calculate the live release rate against the …

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Emergency fodder available for livestock affected by floods – L’Écho

North Coast landowners affected by flooding are encouraged to call the Agriculture and Animal Services hotline on 1800 814 647 to request emergency livestock fodder, animal assessment and veterinary advice. The NSW Department of Primary Industries and Local Land Services are responding together to the current North Coast flood disaster …

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Kidneys for Communities will present at the 14th World Conference on Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Health Law

TOLEDO, Ohio, March 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Kidneys for communitiesa non-profit organization that launched the first-ever national community-directed donation program to increase the number of living kidney donors in United Statesjoins the world leaders in 14th World Conference on Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Health Law in Porto, Portugalto explore the …

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LACS hosts a Sterilization and Sterilization Clinic

The Laredo Animal Care Service Department will host the first free spay/neuter clinic for the first 100 pets on Saturday, February 26 at the LACS Department at 5202 Maher Ave. The clinic is the result of several city council meetings that focused on providing affordable services to pet owners to …

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Political Changes in Portugal – GIS Reports

After a political crisis in parliament, Portugal’s early elections resulted in an unexpected majority for the Socialist Party. In the January 2022 elections, Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa’s Socialist Party won 119 seats out of 230, more than the polls predicted. ©Getty Images × In a word The Socialist Party …

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Bay Briefing: SF’s Latest Dining Trend

Hello, Bay Area. It’s Tuesday, February 22, and a new map shows where the latest wave of COVID has swept through San Francisco. Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Ritual Coffee in San Francisco; Reem’s in San Francisco and Oakland and Local Butcher Shop and Bette’s …

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Thanks to the children of SkillsUSA, the pigs have their own home | Wyoming

GUERNSEY — Midwinter can get quite brutal in Wyoming, and for some of God’s smallest creatures at Kindness Ranch in Hartville, it can be windy and cold. Last Tuesday morning, as the temperature soared to 45 degrees in Guernsey, winds blowing over the mountain in Hartville sent temperatures plummeting at …

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IACS threatens euthanasia because it is understaffed and overcrowded

IACS is asking for the public’s help, not only because they are over capacity, but also because they are understaffed. INDIANAPOLIS — Labor shortages are hitting animal care services in Indianapolis very hard. They ask for help from the community so that the animals are not euthanized. So many dogs …

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Apartment residents hope to avoid water cuts; complexes related to the same owner

INDIANAPOLIS — Residents of two Indianapolis apartment complexes tied to the same landlord were hoping their water wouldn’t be turned off Thursday due to utility companies not paying utility bills. Last Thursday, residents of the Berkley Commons apartments, located at 8201 Madison Avenue, and the Capital Place apartments, located at …

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Delaware bill would legalize assisted suicide and euthanasia

“Don’t let the Delaware General Assembly make you or your loved ones sitting ducks facing predators.” DOVER, DELAWARE, USA, February 15, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Attorney Margaret Dore, president of Choice is an Illusion, which has fought against the legalization of assisted suicide and euthanasia in the United States and internationally, …

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Dr. John Otto of Norman Wins Veterinarian of the Year Award | News

The Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association held its annual awards ceremony at Embassy Suites last month, and Norman’s Dr. John Otto was honored as Veterinarian of the Year. For Otto, veterinary work is about “focusing on the good.” In a profession that deals with animal welfare, he might say it’s an …

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Bill aims to prevent handing over of pets due to housing crisis

TREASURE COAST, Florida – It’s not just people, but pets that are “out of heaven.” Rising costs and limited housing inventory are forcing some families to make the toughest decision a pet owner can make – having to surrender a pet to meet housing restrictions. But there is hope that …

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New York Puppy Bowl Dogs Awaiting Spotlight, Adoption

The Rams and Bengals aren’t the only animals competing on Sunday. Before Joe Burrow and Matt Stafford face off in the superbowlfans can cheer on their favorite rescue dogs and scout for potential new family members when Puppy Bowl XVIII kicks off hours before the football game. The game will …

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In the wings

Suicidal thoughts are not uncommon in organic diseases of the brain, such as epilepsy, motor neuron disease, multiple sclerosis, strokes, and also some brain tumors. Changes in the brain disrupt normal functioning and alter personality, writes Meera Momtaz Sabeka THE triumph of the 21st century could not overcome the fare …

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Urgent need for foster homes to help puppies and their mothers avoid euthanasia

San Antonio Animals Alive! shared information about the dogs, who desperately need a warm place to stay outside the shelter. SAN ANTONIO — Several litters of puppies and their mothers are at risk of being euthanized if they don’t find foster homes by Monday, San Antonio Pets Alive! noted. Kennels …

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Review: The haunting beauty of “Ghosts!” from Utah State leaves viewers hanging on every word

February 4, 2022 at 11:55 p.m. On January 28, 2022 began Utah State University’s lecture series on the portrayal of “Ghosts!” by Henrik Ibsen. led by USU Theater Arts Professor Leslie Brott. “Ghosts!” follows the story of Helene Alving played by USU student Kaija Strong, who spent her life suspended …

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Puppy Mill Dog Rescued From Euthanasia Gets Second Chance At Life

It shouldn’t be said, but people shouldn’t support puppy mills. They are reckless, careless and cause immense animal suffering – not to mention contributing to the ever-growing overpopulation problem. Because puppy mills and backyard breeders use clever ways to avoid detection, it’s important to adopt directly from a shelter. Irresponsible …

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Alan A. Stone, 92, dies; The contested use of psychiatry in public policy

Alan A. Stone, an iconoclastic scholar who used his dual-term appointments at Harvard Law and Medical Schools to exert a powerful influence on the evolution of psychiatric ethics over the past half-century, died on January 23 at his home in Cambridge, Mass. He was 92 years old. His son Douglas …

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Beached pygmy whale humanely euthanized on Paraparaumu beach

The pygmy sperm whale washed ashore early Monday morning and, despite the best efforts of DOC staff, the Jonah project, mana whenua and members of the public, could not be successfully refloated. DOC and mana whenua, Ātiawa ki Whakarongotai, agreed that it would be kinder to euthanize the three-meter-long pygmy …

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Petition proposes no-kill animal shelter in Santa Clarita

In May 2015, Santa Clarita resident Kiza Hilton informally proposed a no-kill animal shelter to be operated by the City of Santa Clarita. She said city council members she approached at the time told her to put her efforts elsewhere. “It was disheartening,” Hilton said. “I have invested hundreds of …

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Public ‘afraid’ to support assisted suicide, doctors warn

Dr Amy Proffitt, chair of the APM, said doctors who provide palliative care are “deeply concerned” about the “gross misleading” of some reports about the quality of end-of-life care in England. “Stories about good deaths, available treatments and how to access end-of-life care are largely sacrificed in favor of those …

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Jewish law prohibits euthanasia: Rabbi helped father die – The Forward

“Promise me you’ll help me die.” My father was 92 years old. He suffered from congestive heart failure and COPD. He lived on oxygen and a dozen drugs that had kept him alive since a debilitating stroke crippled him forty years ago. Last year, when his doctors told him he …

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‘Everyone matters,’ Father Mike Schmitz tells pro-life marchers

Prof. Mike Schmitz speaks at the March for Life on January 21. (EWTN via NAC) WAHINGTON — Renowned podcaster and YouTube star Father Mike Schmitz was well prepared for his speech at the March for Life rally on Friday.“The first speech I gave in my entire life was in eighth …

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Cheryl Wicks: What does “shelter without killing” mean?

Many in our county are proud to say that Nevada County is a kill-free county. Well, that’s “almost” true. In 2001, when the work of Friends of Sammie began, the euthanasia rate was 68%. In 2006, the Nevada County Animal Shelter achieved a 2% euthanasia rate. Today it is less …

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Thousands of hamsters culled after COVID-19 outbreak in Hong Kong – Thatsmags.com

Hong Kong has ordered the culling of thousands of hamsters and other small mammals, after a COVID-19 outbreak was linked to a pet store, reports Reuters. Authorities raided the Little Boss store in Causeway Bay, seizing the animals, while families who had purchased a hamster since December 22 were ordered …

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Caryn Ritchie is a Veterinary Psychiatry Nurse Practitioner at the Cape Wildlife Center

I have been in the unique position of being able to work in a capacity that combines both my passions and my career choices. I currently work at the Birdsey Cape Wildlife Center in Barnstable as a Veterinary Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (VPNP). I earned a master’s degree in psychiatric nursing …

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Using Shock Collars With Dogs

Co-written with Mary Angilly A slippery slope may look like a patch of ice where you slip and slide, but people use it to refer to situations where the decision to do something may lead to other actions with undesirable consequences. For example, we might say it’s wrong to use …

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Italy moves closer to referendums on cannabis and euthanasia

Eight referendums will be assessed by the courts next month. The Italian Constitutional Court must rule on the validity of eight referendums on February 15, including a referendum on the legalization of euthanasia and cannabis, and six on the reform of justice. The two most publicized referendums of the eight …

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Unable to get job due to her sexuality, transgender teacher in Kerala requests euthanasia

A double-graduated transgender woman from Kerala has approached the Legal Services Authority to seek the help of a lawyer to request euthanasia from the High Court, as she is not allowed to work in a respectable job, due to his sexuality. Aneera Kabeer, from Ottappalam in the Palakkadu district, claims …

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First non-terminally ill patient dies by euthanasia in Colombia – MercoPress

First non-terminally ill patient dies by euthanasia in Colombia Monday, January 10, 2022 – 09:09 UTC Escobar died in Cali wearing his football team’s jersey Víctor Escobar, 60, has become the first non-terminally ill Colombian patient to die by euthanasia, after a legal battle lasting more than two years. He …

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Fargo animal shelter struggles to find pet homes, hopes to avoid euthanasia – InForum

FARGO – Close your collection of tea cups and get out of your La-Z-Boy, folks. Ninja is in the house.He’s got 60 pounds of bulldozer and crowd personality, all wrapped up in a muscular pit lab body finished with a nice lumpy head on one end and a whiplash tail …

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Community cat program to reduce stray cats in La Crosse

January 6, 2022 11:08 PM Posted: January 6, 2022 11:08 PM Update: January 6, 2022 11:10 PM LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WKBT) – A new ordinance from the city of La Crosse would help humanely reduce the number of stray cats. The Coulee Region Humane Society is interested in working with …

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Green River City Council discusses future of gas chamber following protest

GREEN RIVER – A group of concerned people gathered outside Green River Town Hall on Tuesday night ahead of the Green River City Council meeting to protest the gas chamber Green River Animal Control is using to euthanize animals. Currently, Green River Animal Control uses carbon monoxide in gas cylinders …

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Assisted suicide legalized despite opposition from the Church

A controversial law allowing assisted suicide has come into force in Austria despite opposition from Catholic bishops in Austria. Jan 03, 2022 Austrian bishops opposed the new legislation By Stefan J. BosThe new year began in Austria with an offer of assisted suicide to adults deemed too in pain to …

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Governments and media among modern-day Herods, Archbishop says in pro-life homily – BC Catholic

Amid the gloomy culture of death that debases modern society, Catholics can find hope in the zealous and relentless commitment of life advocates who work “to foster in our country a culture of life. Says Archbishop J. Michael Miller. “It really is a blessing.” ‘a Archbishop Miller’s celebration of the …

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Review of the year: fight against the “throwaway culture”

A new pro-abortion White House administration in early 2021 ended four years of simple but important executive-level advances for the pro-life movement. President Joe Biden quickly overturned many of the pro-life policies of former President Donald Trump. But the lasting victory of Trump’s conservative Supreme Court choices has raised hopes …

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The Unique Way Dr Dani McVety Finds Balance

Meet the incredible Dr Dani McVety, founder of Lap of Love End-of-life care can be a sad topic for many, but Dr. Dani is not afraid of difficult conversations. In fact, her mission is to provide palliative care to animals in need. As founder and CEO of Lap of Love …

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Dairy Days return to Iowa in 2022 | Livestock

Iowa dairy farmers will have the opportunity to hear outreach and outreach specialists from Iowa State University share information on emerging issues in the dairy industry during Dairy Days 2022, scheduled in four sites in eastern Iowa and one site in northwest Iowa. On the program for this year, producers …

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“An Incredible Boy and a Remarkable Man” by Ronald Stepp is an inspiring story of overcoming incredible obstacles

MEADVILLE, Pennsylvania., 23 December 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – “An Amazing Boy and a Great Man”: A powerful reminder of the power of faith and the love of a family. “An amazing boy and a remarkable man” is the creation of the published author Ronald stepp, a loving husband, father, …

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Attack on Titan releases new trailer for final season

The release of last half of season 4 of Attack on Titan is fast approaching and a new trailer has been released to prove it. With the Scout Regiment now facing not only Marley’s forces, but also the forces created by their old friend, Eren Jaeger, this last half of …

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Cat adoptions in Canada at highest rate ever during pandemic

Breadcrumb Links Toronto and RGT Ontario News Canada “Humanitarian companies and SPCAs are increasingly implementing best practices that optimize good outcomes for cats, such as higher adoption and lower euthanasia.” Author of the article: Post-media news The number of adopted cats in Canada in 2020 was the highest on record, …

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Mourn the Loss of 63 Million Babies to Abortion | News, Sports, Jobs

We are all saddened by the loss of an innocent young life at school in Oxford, Michigan earlier this month. These four students will never know a future of joys and challenges. Millions of Americans also mourned the loss of nearly 63 million innocent babies from 1973 to 2019 due …

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Austria approves legalization of assisted suicide – News

Adults who are terminally ill or with a permanent, debilitating illness will be able to access help to end their life Photo file By AFP Posted: Fri 17 Dec 2021, 00:50 Austria’s parliament on Thursday approved the legalization of assisted suicide from January in response to a court ruling that …

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Unconditional love at Animal Rescue Coalition

News of the day DAILY SRQ WEDNESDAY PHILANTHROPY EDITION WEDNESDAY 15 DEC 2021 | THROUGH BARBIE HEIT. [email protected] Pictured: Patients are greeted by friendly ARC receptionists, courtesy of ARC. Animal Rescue Coalition (ARC) has a dream: to end the slaughter of adoptable cats and dogs. Since 1999, the local non-profit …

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Quebec is moving towards euthanasia of dementia patients

A government commission in Quebec recommended the use of advance directives on euthanasia. In a report released this week, the committee specifies that “a sufficiently old and competent person can make an advance request for medical assistance in dying following a diagnosis of a serious and incurable disease causing a …

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Swiss Supreme Court overturns conviction of doctor who assisted in the suicide of a healthy elderly woman – JURIST – News

The Swiss Federal Court reversed the conviction of a Geneva doctor who assisted a healthy elderly woman in assisted suicide so that she would not outlive her terminally ill husband. Initially convicted in 2019, Pierre Beck was sentenced to 120 days in prison for breaking federal law. He administered a …

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Essex animal lover wins national campaign award

ANIMAL LOVER whose animal was mistakenly euthanized has won a national award for her work to protect others from the same fate. Dawn Ashley, of Benfleet, took home the Special Recognition Trophy at the Mirror People’s Pet Awards, presented last night at Grosvenor House in London. She campaigned to change …

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Portuguese president again vetos euthanasia law

Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa has once again vetoed the euthanasia law passed by the Portuguese Parliament. The President of the Portuguese Republic asked for details on the conditions required to be able to request assisted suicide, because, according to him, the text does not specify whether one must be suffering …

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Antibody infusions seen as a way to fight infectious equine anemia in horses

photo by Kayla Farmer Modeling by scientists suggests that the virus that causes equine infectious anemia could be eliminated from horses through repeated vaccination with antibodies. Equine infectious anemia virus (EIAV) primarily infects horses. It shares many characteristics with HIV in humans, including its viral structure, genome, life cycle, and …

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Greg Wise’s ‘Death Box’ After His Sister’s Death Grief: ‘Act of Love’ | Celebrity News | Show biz & TV

Strictly: Greg Wise once bleed from wrapping paper Greg Wise is back on TV screens this morning as the Strictly Come Dancing star joins comedian Rob Brydon in “Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh.” Greg participated in this year’s dance performance series and was in partnership with Karen Hauer. They …

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My brother shot our dad when he begged him to end his cancer pain

A MAN has been hailed as a “hero” by his family after he shot his father when he begged him to end his cancer pain. Colin Stratton, 80, has asked his devoted son Glenn Stratton, 53, to “do him a favor” and end his life at his home in Castlemaine, …

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“Ice Cream Cats” rescued from house fire await new homes, but 5 euthanized at Chicago shelter

The storefront at 1801 Dempster Street where 29 cats are temporarily housed. (Photo by Sam Stroozas) The Evanston Animal Shelter is hoping someone picks up black walnut, hazelnut coconut and cotton candy. And these three “ice cream cats” have lots of company: dozens were rescued from a house fire in …

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Portuguese President veto 2nd version of euthanasia bill | New

LISBON, Portugal (AP) – The Portuguese president has refused to sign for the second time a bill sanctioned by parliament allowing euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide, arguing that the wording is imprecise and effectively suspends the bill until ‘that a new parliament and a new government be chosen early next year. …

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Land Rights: Labor shock plot to put McMahon Bill on the agenda | Canberra weather

news, federal politics, voluntary assisted dying, canberra, Katy Gallagher, Zed Seselja, Sam McMahon, Senate, Federal Parliament, land rights Pressure to restore ACT’s right to legislate on voluntary assisted dying could reach federal parliament as early as Monday, reeling from a Labor plot that threatens to further disrupt the coalition in …

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‘Silver linings’: How a grieving mother’s fight for voluntary assisted dying in South Africa inspired a political lawsuit | South australia

Liz Habermann hadn’t really thought about voluntary euthanasia until her dying son, Rhys, mentioned it. The 17-year-old’s painful hip had turned out to be aggressive Ewing’s sarcoma, and she was terminally ill. Rhys suffered the unimaginable physical and mental trauma of the disease and the treatments, until one day he …

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NSW: Get off the abyss of euthanasia!

Reading time: 3 minutes Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP addresses the protest rally that marched to Parliament on November 18 to urge MPs not to legalize euthanasia. Photo: Giovanni Portelli Russell Crowe’s 2014 film, The water diviner, tells the true story of an Australian farmer who traveled to Gallipoli after World …

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Animal shelters overcrowded one year after record adoptions

If you are an animal lover, you might understand the predicament that animal shelters find themselves in right now. After record adoptions in the first year and a half of the pandemic, shelters are now overflowing with animals and they have few options to offload them. Since animal shelters receive …

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“I like it”: a veterinarian offers a new service near Colman

COLMAN, SD (KELO) – A new veterinary service opened last week near Colman, and it offers a unique service that could literally be brought to your town. Dr Aidan McNeil always wanted to be a veterinarian. “I grew up on a horse ranch, and the horse ranch of course had …

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Peter Singer wins the “Nobel Prize for Philosophy”

Despite its importance, philosophy is generally not seen as a lucrative profession. May be the Berggruen Prize will change that. This is US $ 1 million given annually to a thinker “whose ideas have profoundly shaped the understanding of oneself and the advancement of man in a rapidly changing world.” …

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Pet Connection: CANINE CANCER UPDATE | Lifestyles

When my dog ​​Harper, a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel, was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma of the tonsils last year, I was stunned. I had never even heard of tonsil cancer, but it is one of the many types of cancer that can affect dogs of any breed or mix. …

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Letters to the Editor, The Daily Advertiser, November 17, 2021 | Daily advertiser

news, local news, Local MP Joe McGirr has said he will oppose the voluntary assisted dying bill over “advances in palliative care” (“MP will oppose euthanasia,” The Weekend Advertiser , November 13). On the same day, Prime Minister Dom Perrottet was busy apologizing and blaming himself, when he was treasurer, …

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NSW Alliance on Euthanasia ahead of debate

Nearly 30 organizations and community groups across the country have joined a public alliance to advocate for voluntary assisted death laws ahead of a debate in the New South Wales parliament this week. Independent Sydney MP Alex Greenwich, who introduced the bill to parliament, said the alliance “demonstrates that people …

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What happens to the animals that Amelia Air relocates?

HAZARD, Ky. (WYMT) – Amelia Air is a Virginia-based nonprofit that partners with rescue groups across the country to move cats and dogs from the most dangerous shelters to larger shelters that can accommodate them. “It is our mission to get animals out of these overcrowded shelters and therefore forced …

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