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Pit bulls, who’s telling the truth?

Despite time having passed, Clanimal through the present editorial, brings into the debate, a solid and scientifically supported way of looking at the “Pit bull” situation, since last June. As a matter of fact, no media had yet, seriously looked at scientific data, like the French television show Découverte (on French Radio-Canada network) has done […]

Abuse on Animals and Sentences

Presently, we can state that there is a serious lack of commitment by the authorities to eradicate mistreatment of animals. Someone better explain the timidity in the application of the law. Clanimal submits that a firm and sincere commitment, by the authorities, to enforce the law, actually issue fines and imprisonment, to show mistreatment of […]

PUPPY MILLS, Application of the Law: coercion (3 of 3)

Puppy Mills, Reinforcing and a more muscled application of the law, coercion (continuation and end) Another measure that could possibly be looked at, and it would certainly please the authorities, touches directly at the fiscal aspect of the puppy mills illegal operations. Simply,  a calculation of the number of dogs used in the puppy mill, multiplied by […]

PUPPY MILLS, Application of the Law: coercion (2 of 3)

Puppy Mills, Reinforcing and a more muscled application of the law  (continuation) Do politicians really believe puppy mills operators stand in line to obtain their permits? Clanimal is far from being convinced about it and believe much more in a strong approach of coercion aiming squarely at the “financial heart” of these illegal operations (as described […]

Increased Accessibility for domestic animal (Part 2 of 2)

Increased Accessibility for domestic animal (Part 1 of 2) Nevertheless, in Germany, in Switzerland and in Austria (to just name a few countries), family pets are accepted in many “public” places, such as restaurants. Does this means, Germans, Austrians or Swiss, are built with antibodies we were deprived, here in Quebec?  Are we so “distinct” […]

Grant Status Member to Animals in different Forces

Grant status member in the armed forces, police forces and civil security Our military personnel (men and women)  often accept to serve their country in difficult circumstances so, what tis there to say about the animals serving with them, without us showing any mark of gratitude and compassion. Worse, when their mission is over we […]

Improving Animals Handling into Society

Public Insurance Coverage for Service Animals could be a good Animals Handling for starting It is unthinkable that the governmental authorities didn’t think about it before, and it’s most likely because they do not see the benefits brought by animals working with humans, helping them to handle obstacles their handicap brings into their lives. How […]

Animal Education, the real benefits…

At we are strongly in favour of educating children since, like in lots of cases, educating children help make them become as they grow up a responsible adult! But what about the animals? To that effect, a similar training as for adults could be given at school at the elementary level as a basic course. […]

Humans becoming more responsible (Education)

Then, where do we start? Clanimal suggest going to the source: the Humans! It’s the human, influencing  the animal, where behavioural problems started and, according to me, it’s the only way to address this issue with efficiency would be to render obligatory, to all future guardians of animals,  following courses  (and refresher courses) on how to […]

How to Choose a Dog?

For Choose a Dog, Are all ways to go about it good? Are all ways to go about it good? No…since we cannot choose a family pet according to “human” criteria such as: Oh it’s so cute, it is very happy to see me, I will save this dog, etc.  Let’s be clear, animals and humans […]
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