We give animal welfare lectures to schools and communities all over South Korea.
We also conduct awareness campaigns, tackling a wide variety of issues such as dog meat, animal testing, factory farming, cruelty to animals, whaling, animals in captivity, and fur.
Cats can be bundles of joy as well as sources of frustration. Here are 5 tips for cat owners that can ensure that the “good cat days” outweigh the “bad cat days.”
Just like humans, animals require sleep to stay healthy and to maintain a good quality of life. Studies have shown that sleep deprivation in animals can lead to unintended weight loss, impaired immune systems, infections, inability to regulate body temperature, and even death.
Dogs and humans don’t sleep the same way, so it can sometimes be tough to understand how well your dog is sleeping. In general, dogs sleep adaptively, and can get the rest they need on a flexible schedule. But sometimes, they need your support, and there are things you can do to ensure your dog is able to get the rest they need.
Feeding your puppy may seem pretty straightforward, but there’s more to mealtime than many new pet parents realize. Just like a lot of humans, puppies would love a daily all-you-can-eat buffet, but it’s usually better to feed them at certain times and not feed them between meals.
Are you going on a trip with your dog? Excellent idea! Dogs make the absolute best travel buddies. They’re eager to please and never complain – no matter how long the car trip.But, before you head off, you’ll need to do some prep-work first. Here’s how you can have a fun and safe trip with your four-legged friend.
While in some cases, it may seem harmless to give your cat a small tidbit from your plate, there are other times when letting your cat eat certain foods can be life-threatening. Therefore, no matter how sad kitty looks when waiting for a morsel of food, you are doing your cat a favor by sending them back to their own food bowl.
This essay will outline and share what I’ve learned about global food issues and the mistakes and successes of food advocates in other countries, in order to help other activists be more effective in their work.
I suspect you’ve heard it before and maybe even thought it yourself; factory farm workers are evil, sub-humans that enjoy torturing animals. They choose to get up every morning to beat, kick, abuse, terrorize and slaughter other defenseless sentient beings. Really? Do you think that this is really what motivates them to get out of bed every morning?
If you’re considering a side gig or thinking about starting a small business, your chances at happiness and success are considerably better if you choose something you love doing and know well. That’s an easy decision if you love animals.
For the last 3 months, students in grades 3-6 at Yang Pyeong Elementary School took part in our “Discovering Petiquette” workshop. We have received feedback from parents that they have noticed changes in their children’s attitudes towards animals.
Recently, millennials have made headlines for increasingly embarking on homeownership for reasons slightly different than previous generations. While buying a home has long been associated with growing families, younger generations are seeking homes because of their dogs. Now, more than ever, dogs are factored into a family’s house hunting plans.
There is no sadder sight than a lonely cat or dog with no home. You can be the solution to that problem. Adopt a cat or dog from an animal shelter and encourage others to do likewise.
Whether your horse is the most expensive thoroughbred money can buy, or a humble child’s pony, basic care must include six essential elements; food, shelter, care of the feet, care of the teeth, regular worming to prevent internal parasites, and overall care of the body by brushing.
Making the decision to get a pet is life-changing; it means having a sweet and loyal companion for years to come, but it also means taking on a huge responsibility. It’s important to do some research and be well-informed before choosing a pet, as she’ll be relying on you to take the best care of her you can.
It is a fact that there are dangers to domesticated dogs from wild animals in the form of physical attacks, and from the diseases they can carry, especially those transmitted by rodents. In this article, we look at some of the dangers you may face while walking your dog in the countryside.