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Animal Welfare Archive

Nov 01, 2010

PAWS Chicago at the Forefront of Groundbreaking Shelter Medicine Study

Study of FIV-infected cats aims to increase understanding of the disease and create best practices to improve long-term health of FIV+ cats.


Nov 01, 2010

No Kill Revolution

PAWS Chicago is part of a revolution—a No Kill revolution— that started in San Francisco in 1994 and is now sweeping across the nation. This No Kill...


Nov 01, 2010

When is No Kill Truly No Kill?

When shelters save 90%


Nov 01, 2010

Transparency in Animal Sheltering

A proposed law would cause shelters to work harder to save more animals by stopping shelters from hiding or misrepresenting their animals’ fates.


Nov 01, 2010

Dog Fighting: A Ring of Violence

On September 23, we watched in horror as reports showed the day care house that was raided for a dog fighting ring in Maywood. Dogs used for fighting...


May 01, 2010

The Emerging Role of Shelter Medicine in No Kill Sheltering

PAWS Chicago a Leader in Innovating Best Practices


May 01, 2010

The Chicago Joint Task Force Animal Crimes Unit

Fighting for those who can’t fight for themselves can be a dangerous job. But thanks to the Chicago Joint Task Force Animal Crimes Unit, more animal...


May 01, 2009

The No Kill Vision Takes Center Stage at the Humane Society of the United States

Saving animal lives isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when people think of Las Vegas, but that’s exactly what was on everyone’s mind when...


May 01, 2009

PAWS Chicago Heroes of the Year

Ann Lurie, Charles Day, Julia Mickelson, Carol Walter

 

 


Nov 01, 2008

New Grant Dangles $75 Million for Nonsurgical Pet Sterilization Research

Dr. Gary Michelson, a spine surgeon turned medical inventor, has more than 900 issued or pending patents on devices and instruments that have enhanced...