Local Humane Society now better able to investigate abuse cases (7-12-15)

Shelter manager and shelter logistics coordinator become certified investigators. Recent training two Huron County Humane Society employees underwent will enable them to investigate abuse cases and go on follow-up visits, board vice president Kathy Olak said. Previously, Shelter Manager Kelly Bodde and Shelter Logistics Coordinator Brett Baker didn’t have the ability to investigate cases because […]

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Officer on pet patrol in Shamokin area (7-13-15)

SHAMOKIN – The organization that investigates animal cruelty hopes to conquer a backlog of work in Northumberland County with the designation of a local officer. Richard D. Wright Jr. was recently sworn in as a police officer for the Phoenix Rescue Group Humane Police Department, headquartered in Carlisle. As a police officer with the humane […]

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Laws for our four-legged friends (7-9-15)

Recently, animals were rescued from a farm in a nearby county. More than 200 horses were recovered, all in dramatically weakened physical condition. Whether the animals’ treatment and condition were the result of intentional conduct will be decided later in a courtroom. When it occurs, animal cruelty is a heartbreaking reality. However, there are laws […]

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We are LIVE!

I have some wonderful news! Our website is now up and running. You can now SUBMIT both Offenders and Incidents to be posted on our site. INCIDENTS: http://saferpets.org/incident-submission/ OFFENDERS: http://saferpets.org/offender-submission-form/ All postings will be reviewed by an Admin prior to be posted live. This is a really big step for us and we are closer […]

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Animal Abuse Registry Created To Track Convicted Offenders

An animal rights group is creating a nationwide database of animal abusers after a decade of asking states governments to do so. But not all animal welfare societies are on board. The Animal Legal Defense Fund of Cotati, Calif. plans to create a “Do Not Adopt” registry in hopes of alerting adoption centers of convicted animal abusers. […]

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Animal Abusers Will Appear on Sex Offender-Like Registry in N.Y.

FARMINGVILLE, N.Y. — You’ve heard of Megan’s Laws, designed to keep sex offenders from striking again. Now there’s a law created in the hope of preventing animal abusers from inflicting more cruelty — or moving on to human victims. Suffolk County, on the eastern half of Long Island, moved to create the nation’s first animal […]

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