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  • Oct
  • 27

8 Ways to Keep Birds From Crashing Into Windows

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There are tons of perks when you work for PETA: cool coworkers, a worthwhile cause, and an office building with many windows overlooking the Elizabeth River in Virginia. I’m talking huge windows. But as is often the case, every perk comes with a price. Honestly, we love birds, but we really, really don’t want them […]

  • Oct
  • 30

Keeping Your Dogs and Cats Safe on Halloween

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Halloween can be a fun time for children-and adults who like dressing up (I always think back to the “Thriller” video … I loved the Vincent Price rap!). Unfortunately, the frequent visitors in ghoulish costumes and the large amount of candy lying around our homes do present hazards for our animal companions. Of all the […]

  • May
  • 22

A Safety Warning

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Tess, a longtime PETA supporter and member of PETA’s Augustus Club, recently contacted us after one of her dogs was unexpectedly badly injured by an everyday object that is found in many homes. We at PETA Prime wanted to share Tess’ story with you in the hope that it will help make you more aware […]

  • May
  • 10

Does Your Pooch Buckle Up?

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According to a one recent study, 60 percent of dog guardians have been distracted by their canine companions while driving, and only 17 percent use some sort of restraint system for their furry friends. Using a travel harness, carrier, or restraint for your companion animal protects you and your dog by minimizing distractions while driving […]

  • Mar
  • 21

Healthy Fences, Happy Dogs

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If you are planning a dog-friendly yard or garden, the very first element that you must consider is a fence. Fences are a necessary investment for keeping your animal friends safe in their yard–fences prevent them from escaping and keep other animals from entering your yard. To preserve our precious investment, we must take care […]

  • Nov
  • 21

Make the Holidays Safer for Your Animals

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As we all know, this is a wonderful time of year during which we all give thanks for our blessings and spend time with our friends and family. During all the fun and excitement, it’s critical to have the health and safety of your animal uppermost in your mind. Many people travel during the holidays, […]

  • Nov
  • 11

The Meat Industry Endangers Motorists and Animals Alike

Posted by at 2:49 PM | Permalink | Comments (3)

Out along highways and rural roads throughout the U.S., you’ll see tractor-trailers loaded with pigs—or cattle, turkeys or chickens—taking the animals to their fate. Most of us prefer not to think of the gruesome end that these animals face. But scenes of slaughter play out along these same roads again and again as the trucks […]

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