Month: February 2013

Wyoming to Expand Wolf Killing -2013. War On Wolves-Wolf Puppies

“Now, under a plan supported by the Obama Administration, Wyoming is scheduled to open even more of their state to the unlimited killing of wolves starting March 1st. This means that between now and October, in a large portion of some of the best wolf habitat in the state, wolves can be killed at will.   Image…

Switzerland Culls its Only Recorded Wild Bear.

“Switzerland’s only recorded wild bear has been culled after fears that it could pose a threat to humans, the authorities announced on Wednesday.” The male bear, known as “M13”, was shot dead by wildlife rangers on Tuesday, said Adrian Aeschlimann, spokesman for the Federal Office for the Environment. “The cull was carried out according to…

Mexican Gray Wolf

“With 75 wolves in the wild after a 15-year effort, conservation groups criticize delays” Payson Roundup ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Mexican gray wolf No. 1105 was shot dead by wildlife managers after having a tryst — and puppies — with a common ranch dog. No. 1188, an alpha female, was almost executed, then taken away…

PetsPyjamas! A Pet’s Lifestyle-UK Social Network For Stylish Pets.Ultimate Shopping Destination.

“PetsPyjamas is the ultimate shopping destination and social network for stylish pets and their owners. Shop 1000s of fabulous pet products by the best designers and brands, and let our in-house stylists make it easy for you to find the very best for your particular breed.” PetsPyjamas           PetsPyjamas.com PetPyjamas Facebook…

New York Pet Fashion Going To The Big Dogs!

The pet fashion industry is trending and nowhere is that shown than in New York City in February, when the world famous Westminster Dog Show and equally renowned Fashion Week occur simultaneously. The Fashion Institute of Technology, which also offers a professional certificate program in pet product design and marketing, is providing classrooms with dog…

Dognition-Discover the Maverick in Your Dog! Why Dogs are Smarter Than You Think.

“Our journey began with a dog lover’s gut reaction. When The Genius of Dogs author and Dognition founder Dr. Brian Hare watched chimps fail a simple hand gesture test, he blurted out, “My dog can do that!” The professor performing the test challenged Dr. Hare to prove it, sending him on a 15-year quest to unlock the…

Sir Richard Attenborough & Blind Baby Rhino

    In conversation with a blind baby rhino, Sir Richard Attenborough concluded his BBC series.   He starts to squeak and baby rhino has a little chat with Sir  Richard Attenborough. Baby rhino responds more to sound because he has no vision. He will have an operation on his eyes- cataracts, which will mean…

Stewie, Longest Domestic Cat Dies in Reno.

Stewie, whose real name is Mymains Stewart Gilligan,was the longest domestic cat in the world at more than 4 feet long from nose to tail,has died.He was seven years old. Guinness World Records states that  Stewie was the record-holder in August 2010, measuring 48.5 inches from the tip of his nose to the tip of…

Why Compulsory Microchipping May Work in the US?

Every dog owner in England will have to microchip their animal from 2016 under plans intended to cut a rise in strays.The microchips will be coded with owners’ details, and owners who do not comply could face fines of up to £500. The Humane Society  (HSUS) estimates that between 6 to 8 million companion animals…