Beloved companion died in an unmarked trap set for coyotes while on a walk. It is time for Manitoba to do better.
The headlines often say bear or coyote attack, but the stories themselves reveal that humans and dogs instigated conflicts.
Fewer cars on the road doesn’t mean speed limits and danger don’t exist.
It is time for Minister Doug Donaldson to take action and protect British Columbians from the dangers of traps.
Dogs can create problems for wildlife in natural areas.
Finding the balance between freedom and safety starts with knowing your local ecosystem.
Dr. Marc Bekoff talks Unleashing Your Dog, the new field guide to giving your dog their best life, co-authored by Dr. Jessica Pierce.
Peel police investigating after eleven snares found in urban park, one coyote was injured and another killed.
Government program to hand and aerial drop vaccines a compassionate plan.
Municipalities are ditching big booms to protect wildlife, but pyrotechnics aren’t silent.
Fireworks on the May 2-4 weekend are a tradition – but they can create hazardous situations for wildlife and pets. Read our guide to keeping animals safe!
Simple tips that can keep your dogs, and local wildlife, safe and happy as the season rolls over.
Adam Winston, host of the Dogs In Our World podcast, opens up in this in-depth interview about his journey to develop his show, the lessons learned from dog experts, and what he’s learned about himself and the world around him through a love of dogs.
Read our open letter telling BC to protect pets and families from traps with warning signs – and take action yourself!
Creating trap warning sign policies would allow outdoor enthusiasts to make informed decisions. Hear more and take action with this week’s podcast!
Send a letter to your provincial representative demanding common-sense protections from traps.
Jan Hannah joined the Defender Radio Podcast to discuss IFAW's Northern Dogs Project, the history of working with Cree and Anishinaabe communities, and why it matters that as advocates we focus on listening.