A Family Lost Their Dog Tonight

A family lost their dog tonight. Baxter’s injuries were too severe for his little body and the family made the painful decision to end his suffering. A two year old Miniature Pinscher has abundant energy, enthusiasm and playfulness. Baxter saw his opportunity to sneak out the door and took it, leading his two young people … Continue reading

Vigil in Austin for victims of breed discrimination

At 4:00pm, Saturday, February 4, 2012, Love-A-Bull, Inc. (http://love-a-bull.org/) will host a vigil and walk in Austin in memory of two victims of discrimination. Similar vigils will be held around the country including one organized by Animal Farm Foundation to pass in front of One Lincoln Plaza, New York, the former home of actor Nick … Continue reading

Seizure Doubles Austin Humane Society Dog Population

May 23, 2011 Seizure doubles Austin Humane Society dog population by Rena Brady In a collaborative effort between Bastrop County Animal Control and the Austin Humane Society, nearly 150 dogs were removed from a Bastrop County home where they were living in squalor amid feces, urine and trash. Several of the dogs had severely matted … Continue reading

Animal Advocacy, Healthy Eating Converge on Memorial Day in Austin

May 30, 2011 Animal advocacy, healthy eating converge on Memorial Day in Austin by Rena Brady Memorial Day honors our members of the military who have served and died and has also become the long weekend to officially usher in summer. The popular way to celebrate the end of winter and three days off is … Continue reading