The anti-breeder New Jersey Senate Bill 63 is back and needs your opposition.
The National Animal Interest is putting together a fantastic conference this year for our 25th anniversary, and there are only two weeks left to sign up at the earlybird rate!
A recent ruling by the Supreme Court of Oregon in Oregon v Newcomb has created a lot of confusion in the animal world.
NAIA Trust is here to make you aware and keep your rights protected, but we need your help. Please take action today and oppose NJ Senate Bill 63.
NAIA Trust is excited to announce the addition of Sara Chisnell as the Legislative Director. Ms. Chisnell is a Michigan based attorney with an extensive background in animal law.
The outcry over Walter Palmer’s killing of Cecil drove other big-game hunters away from Zimbabwe, fearful that they too would attract the opprobrium of the public.
In the aftermath (of a tragic dog attack), dog trainers reached out to KXAN saying the city shelter and its partners are putting the public in danger by adopting out aggressive dogs in order to…..
A law suit was filed in January by the Skanska Executives, their wives and two neighbors against No New Animal Lab and five people identified as group leaders.
Under the law, four breeds (pit bull terriers, American Staffordshire terriers, Staffordshire bull terriers and American pit bull terriers) had to be kept muzzled or leashed in public and…..
Don’t run the risk of letting strangers come to your home, or give vulnerable pups to anyone who claims to be looking for a pet. HSMO accepts puppies (and kittens) age 4 months and under at NO charge!
Neighbor complaints in 2013 led the accused farmers to make an appointment with Sheriff’s office to be present during a veterinarian’s assessment of all animals.
The Fourth Amendment protects against unreasonable searches and seizures. U.S. District Judge Nancy G. Edmunds issued her order Monday, saying the city violated the constitutional rights…..
This potential measure would ban animal rights organizations from fundraising in the state unless that money goes towards programs in the state.
NAIA Trust, an organization that was founded to safeguard the rights of responsible animal owners, is pleased to announce the election of Stormy Hope to its board.
As is the case with most animal interests, the debate surrounding horse slaughter is complicated by the lack of knowledge most of us have about the subject…
The penalties are over the top, with person found guilty of a cruelty offense is subject to maximum fines, and subject to minimum fines of not less than $10,000.
This bill would make it easier to convict someone of animal cruelty than it would to convict them of cruelty to a child…
NAIA has long been concerned by the dangerous practice of importing dogs into the United States from countries that lack proper veterinary standards…
The Humane Society of the United States and other animal rights groups are absolutely livid with the egg producers of Oregon and Washington…
National Animal Interest Alliance’s Tuesday Morning Roundup Portland, Oregon –-(Ammoland.com)- In case you’ve been wondering, here’s a brief roundup of NAIA’s recent activities… Oregon HB 3653 More testimony on Oregon HB 3653 was heard in Salem on Monday, 5/16/11 — thank you to everybody who participated! For those who haven’t been following our work in […]