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24th July 2022 | By Marina Argirova

Protesters make a stand against vivisection outside the University of Manchester

Animal rights activists staged a demonstration outside the University of Manchester on Saturday during a national day of protest Members of Vivisection Exposed from around the UK marched...

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9th December 2018 | By nq_admin

Are certain dog breeds being exploited when it comes to backyard breeding?

The majority of the unethical overbreeding of dogs comes from breeders who are desperate to make a profit – and make it fast. The biggest...

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9th December 2018 | By nq_admin

South Australia already ahead of the game in the fight for reduction of backyard breeders

Although a small part of the world, South Australia’s breeding regulations are up there with some of the best in the world. According to Animal...

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5th December 2018 | By nq_admin

Animal welfare organisations RSPCA and Dog’s Trust back new breeding regulations

Two of the most popular animal welfare organisations and some of the largest animal shelters in the country Dogs Trust and RSPCA are backing new government regulations to finally try and put an end to the unethical breeding of animals.

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5th December 2018 | By nq_admin

PETA strives for more awareness of Backyard Breeding

Non-profit animal rights organisation PETA are backing the new regulations put into place by the government, “This law is a good first step to impose...

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16th November 2018 | By nq_admin

The heartbreaking story of pitbull Tally’s years of abuse due to backyard breeding

What Adam Householder thought would be a quick visit to his local animal shelter turned into his world being turned upside down by the heartbreaking...

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31st October 2017 | By nq_admin

Rescue Me: Campaign launched to get people adopting animals instead of buying from breeders

The Northern Quota has launched a campaign to encourage the public to adopt animals instead of buying them from breeders. Whilst animals are left forgotten about in overcrowded...