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  • The Humane Society Of New York
    Despite the continuing violations AC animal care department of the USDA did not take enforcement action Dog was left untreated for at least seven days after being bitten by another dog resulting in the flesh around the wound rotting away to the bone Numerous dogs infested with ticks In one case the ticks completely covered the dog s body A large amount of feces and urine was pooled under the kennels producing an overpowering odor The inspector recommended no enforcement action The inspector found five dead dogs and other starving dogs that had resorted to cannibalism Despite these conditions AC did not immediately confiscate the surviving dogs and as a result twenty two additional dogs died before the breeder s license was revoked While the USDA has announced that it may start regulating the sale of animals on the Internet and New York s pet dealer law was recently improved to include a requirement that puppy mill dogs get some exercise these measures though a step in the right direction are not enough We strongly believe that puppy mills need to be closed GOOD NEWS There are legislative efforts to ban the sale of puppies and kittens at pet stores The Los Angeles City Council recently passed such an ordinance Similar laws have also passed in other municipalities in California Florida Nevada Texas and in British Columbia and Toronto Canada The language of the various ordinances differ with some specifically making it clear that pet stores can instead work with animal shelters and rescue groups to offer homeless animals for adoption Unfortunately NY has a law which prohibits localities from regulating pet dealers but state legislation will be re introduced shortly to give localities this right YOU CAN BE A PART OF THE EFFORT TO END PUPPY MILLS Don t

    Original URL path: http://www.humanesocietyny.org/about/Puppy%20Mills.php (2016-02-18)
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  • The Humane Society Of New York
    they had been killing elephants in the area for a year Once again they successfully fled the scene of the crime Read more at Big Life By some estimates an average of 96 African elephants are slaughtered each day for the ivory trade At the current rate of poaching an ancient species will be gone within a decade two at most Dogs are helping to catch the bad guys By Erika Mansourian Read more Agony and Ivory By Alex Shoumatoff via Vanity Fair Highly emotional and completely guileless elephants mourn their dead and across Africa they are grieving daily as demand from China s suddenly wealthy has driven the price of ivory to 700 a pound or more With tens of thousands of elephants being slaughtered each year for their tusks raising the specter of an extinction vortex Alex Shoumatoff travels from Kenya to Seattle to Guangzhou China to expose those who are guilty in the massacre and recognize those who are determined to stop it Read the whole article here Photograph by Guillaume Bonn via Vanity Fair Blood Ivory Via National Geographic By Bryan Christy IN JANUARY 2012 A HUNDRED RAIDERS ON HORSEBACK CHARGED OUT OF CHAD INTO CAMEROON

    Original URL path: http://www.humanesocietyny.org/about/InternationalHumaneIssues.php (2016-02-18)
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  • The Humane Society Of New York
    Wyeth and written by Barbara Walsh Yann Arthus Bertrand Earth From Above HOME A very important film by Yann Arthus Bertrand Yann Arthus Bertrand Horses The Wild Horses of Sable Island Roberto Dutesco The David Sheldick Wildlife Trust Dame Daphne Sheldrick Love Life and Elephants The 35th anniversary of the publication of The Unsettling of America Wendell Berry There are no sacred and unsacred places there are only sacred and desecrated places My belief is that the world and our life in it are conditional gifts We have the world to live in on the condition that we take good care of it And to take good care of it we have to know it And to know it and to be willing to take care of it we have to love it Susan Orlean Rin Tin Tin Owen Mzee The True Story of a Remarkable Friendship Told by Isabella Hatkoff Craig Hatkoff and Dr Paul Kahumbu With photographs by Peter Greste The Complete Guide To Understanding Caring For Your Cat By Carol C Wilbourn The Cat Therapist The French Cat Rachael McKenna The French Dog Rachael McKenna Two Bobbies A True Story of Hurricane Katrina Friendship and Survival by

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  • The Humane Society Of New York
    to have a carriage horse adoption program If you can provide a home for a retired carriage horse please let us know If you have a carriage horse who you wish to retire we are waiting to hear from you Contact information Sandra DeFeo Executive Director Humane Society of NY 212 752 4842 ext 233 sandra hsny verizon net Home Our Mission Clinic Adoptions Donations Humane Issues Contact 2001 2013

    Original URL path: http://www.humanesocietyny.org/humane_issues/carriage_horse_adoption.php (2016-02-18)
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  • The Humane Society Of New York
    not use cookies pieces of data stored on the user s hard drive containing information about the user Log files We do keep log files We use IP addresses to analyze trends administer the site track users movement and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use IP addresses are not linked to personally identifiable information This website contains links to other sites Please be aware that the HSNY is not responsible for the privacy practices of such other sites including but not limited to PayPal s website We encourage our users to be aware when they leave our site they should read the privacy statements of each website that collects personally identifiable information This privacy statement applies solely to information collected by this website This website will take every precaution to protect our users information However we do not request any sensitive information such as credit card and or social security information Credit card transactions are handled via PayPal s secure website Any email addresses or mailing addresses you provide us with are NEVER sold to or shared with any other organizations If we decide to change our privacy policy we will post those changes on our homepage so our

    Original URL path: http://www.humanesocietyny.org/about/privacy_policy.php (2016-02-18)
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  • The Humane Society Of New York
    the Humane Society of New York 306 East 59 Street New York NY for its general purposes Alternatively you might say I give percent of the residue of my estate to the Humane Society of New York 306 East 59 Street New York NY for its general purposes IRA or Other Retirement Account You can designate HSNY to receive part or all of the amounts left over in your IRA or other retirement or deferred compensation account at the time of your death On the forms provided by the bank or other plan administrator you would designate as the recepient The Humane Society of New York 306 East 59 Street New York NY for its general purposes Life Insurance You can name HSNY to receive part or all of the proceeds of life insurance payable upon your death On the forms provided by the insurance company you would designate as the beneficiary The Humane Society of New York 306 East 59 Street New York NY for its general purposes Pay on Death Brokerage Accounts and Bank Accounts You can establish a brokerage account or bank account that is for you during your life and that provides for the securities or

    Original URL path: http://www.humanesocietyny.org/donations/GiftUponDeath.php (2016-02-18)
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  • The Humane Society Of New York
    Mildred Kalik Esq Secretary Janise Bogard Directors Denise DeLuca James Gregorio Esq Cornelia Guest Eileen McComb Barbara McKibbin Dr DeAnsin Parker C Jones Perry Esq Ruthe Ponturo Alexandra Rowley Jill Sorenson Key Staff Executive Director Sandra DeFeo Clinic Director Michael Rubinstein DVM Medical Director Elizabeth Higgins DVM Director of Shelter Medicine Yaron Schmid DVM Director of Avian Exotic Medicine Shachar Malka DVM Diplomate ABVP Avian Practice Avian and Exotic Species

    Original URL path: http://www.humanesocietyny.org/donations/board_KeyMembers.php (2016-02-18)
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  • The Humane Society Of New York
    than ten years ago Due to a state law that preempted localities from regulating pet dealers this decade old law remained dormant Now with a few minor changes Int 136 attempts to reactivate the pet shop spay neuter law Spaying and neutering help to reduce the serious dog and cat overpopulation problem and provide health benefits PASSED Local Law 7 Int 146 A Provides that pet shops may not release a dog or cat to a purchaser unless such animal is microchipped and the microchip is registered with the purchaser s contact information Microchips help to reunite lost and stolen animals with their guardians PASSED Local law 8 Int 55 A Regulates the sale of dogs and cats Provides that pet stores may not sell dogs and cats acquired from commercial breeding facilities that have been convicted of animal abuse crimes and certain federal Animal Welfare Act violations Also provides that pet stores may not sell dogs and cats acquired from brokers and may only sell dogs and cats acquired from breeders licensed under the Animal Welfare Act Reiterates with minor changes NYS s minimum animal care and recordkeeping requirements for enforcement by the Department of Health This legislation also

    Original URL path: http://www.humanesocietyny.org/humane_issues/legislation.php?id=95 (2016-02-18)
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