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Laurie Hood, Founder and President of Alaqua Animal Refuge, hosts a new venture in her fight for animal rights: the Animal Passion Podcast Series – and audio version companion to her Video Podcast YouTube channel. In her quest to advance the interests of animals, Laurie highlights the work of advocates from across the globe—the "difference makers" who have dedicated their lives to animal protection and safety. In each 30-minute episode, Laurie and her guests exchange amazing tales of triumph ...
 
These podcasts include interviews, talks and discussions involving Richard Schwartz, president of Jewish Vegetarians of North America (www.JewishVeg.com) and other Jewish Vegetarian leaders. Richard Schwartz can be contacted at president@JewishVeg.com. He has many articles and various taped presentations at JewishVeg.com/schwartz. Audio editing by http://h2opodcast.com/vsse.html
 
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Episode 85 of the Paw & Order podcast features an interview with lawyer Chris Rudnicki. Chris is representing Animal Justice in an important case about appropriate sentencing principles that apply in animal cruelty cases. The case is R v Chen, involving a man who pleaded guilty to violently beat his dog, in which Animal Justice is an intervenor at …
 
Sonya Spaziani, a.k.a. "Mustang Meg", Founder of Mustang Wild, gives host Laurie Hood her first view of wild Mustangs in the eastern Oregon, south Steen's high desert. And Laurie interviews Sonya about her love of freedom after escaping communism as an infant, and her passion to maintain freedom for the iconic American wild Mustang herds she's been…
 
I have watched a LOT of content in the last year and a half. But little of it has hit me in the heart and mind as thoughtfully and powerfully as the Oscar-nominated animated feature WolfWalkers. I’ll rewind, briefly. Earlier this year, friends of mine Christopher and Cynthia of the Not About Lumberjacks podcast, suggested that I try connecting with…
 
Laurie Hood and Odessa Gunn, peers at Animal Wellness Action, and founders of separate animal refuges, share stories and focus on the Chinese wet market crisis. For more information about Laurie Hood visit: https://alaqua.org/ For more information about Odessa Gunn visit: https://www.littletrooperranch.org/…
 
Dr. Teale Phelps Bondaroff is encouraging his community to switch off gas leaf blowers. According to Teale, gas leaf blowers contribute to noise pollution, produce excessive and dangerous exhaust emissions, and re-suspend dust, all contributing to negative health and environmental impacts. You can learn more about Teale’s campaign against gas-power…
 
The Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development (FLNROD) announced last week they would be killing up to 35 coyotes in Vancouver’s Stanley Park in response to more than 45 bites and negative encounters in the preceding 10 months. The Fur-Bearers were active on this issue when it became public in December 2020 and h…
 
Episode 84 of the Paw & Order podcast features an interview with Edie Bowles, a solicitor and the co-founder of Advocates for Animals, the UK’s first-ever law firm dedicated to animal protection. Edie is currently representing the non-profit organization The Humane League in a groundbreaking case challenging the use of fast-growing chicken breeds i…
 
Monty Roberts is a real-life horse whisperer – an American original whose gentle Join-Up training method reveals the depth of communication possible between human and animal. He's sold six million books, is friends with the Queen of England, and is idolized by generations of horse lovers. That's all because Monty can take a wild, high-strung horse …
 
The idea of walking into a flat earth convention makes my tummy hurt. For Dr. Lee McIntyre, it was an exercise in curiosity explored in the introduction of his new book, How To Talk To A Science Denier. Dr. McIntyre is an author, a research fellow at the Center for Philosophy and History of Science at Boston University and an instructor in Ethics a…
 
The Switch is a new bi-weekly show on the Defender Radio Podcast feed, produced by The Fur-Bearers and hosted by Michael Howie. This show will feature short - about 10-minute-long - interviews with people who are making a difference in combatting climate change and protecting wildlife and their habitat through daily choices. These solutions are mea…
 
Laurie Hood interviews Ellie Phipps Price, President of the American Wild Horse Campaign, at Montgomery Creek Ranch, where they discuss what's wrong the way wild Mustangs are unfairly treated, at taxpayer expense and how it can be fixed. They share stories about the cost and challenges of running refuge centers, dealing with droughts and hurricane,…
 
Animal Wellness Action Lobbyist, Marty Irby, talks to Laurie Hood about his wild ride from World Champion to outcast, to top-ten DC lobbyists, and shares his feelings about animal advocates, activists, and "whack-tivists." Marty has played a key roll protecting Tennessee Walking horses, removing violence from the race horse industry, and saving wil…
 
There are few mammals who are as outwardly tough and intimidating as Gulo gulo, the wolverine. These solitary individuals are considered a species of special concern federally and threatened in some jurisdictions like Ontario and are notoriously difficult to monitor or track for scientific purposes. But modern technology is changing that. The combi…
 
More than two dozen incidents of coyotes scratching and biting people have occurred in Vancouver’s Stanley Park since December 2020. You’ve likely seen media coverage of this – and yes, much of it has been wildly sensational with a great deal of guess work. But the truth is difficult to find in this series of events. Factually, we’re aware of many …
 
Episode 83 of the Paw & Order podcast features ALL three hosts: Camille Labchuk, Peter Sankoff, and Jessica Scott-Reid—who are back from their summer break! The show deep dives into an interesting dog custody case, Duboff v. Simpson, including some important comments made by the judge that could help influence future pet custody cases. The case inv…
 
The name Takaya may ring a bell if you follow wildlife news. He was the lone wolf who lived on Discovery Island and other islands in the Salish Sea, an archipelago on the eastern coast of Vancouver Island. The word, Takaya, means wolf in the Indigenous language of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation. Cheryl Alexander, a conservationist, photographer and educ…
 
Having a chipmunk come up, sniff your finger cautiously, then nip a treat and run off is magical; I won’t lie – it’s pretty remarkable. But the consequence of that single moment of joy for a person can lead to devastating impacts to ecosystems, communities and individual animals. Be it for a close-up experience, because of a perception of hunger an…
 
Host Michael Howie brings you updates on The Fur-Bearers' Read-a-Thon event happening soon and how to register, as well as a look (and the need for your participation) in a new series coming to your Defender Radio podcast feed! Episode art for this week from the collection created by Michelle Lee of Broadview Design for The Fur-Bearers' Read-A-Thon…
 
Parachutes for Pets in Calgary is a grassroots organization that is working to build community supports to protect the connection between people and their companion animals. Their programs include providing pet hampers that have food and supplies, vaccine and wellness clinics, emergency pet packs and more. Often, their services are called upon when…
 
Urban Resource Institute, America’s largest domestic violence residential service provider. and the National Domestic Violence Hotline, recently released the results of their national survey. The PALS survey, part of URI’s People and Animals Living Safely, clearly showed the fear for safety of pets is a critical component in a persons’ decision in …
 
In Episode 82 of the Paw & Order podcast, Camille Labchuk interviews Thompson Rivers University Associate Professor of Law Katie Sykes about her new book, Animal Welfare and International Trade Law: The Impact of the WTO Seal Case. Katie discusses the history of the World Trade Organization and its trade agreements in relation to animal welfare, an…
 
There’s been a lot of talk about the wildlife trade since the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic hit the global stage in early 2020. While much of the attention has been paid to locales overseas, the United States is also involved in the wildlife trade; in fact, more than $2 billion of items – over 400,000,000 items - were imported in 2014 alone. Faunalytics, a n…
 
Old growth logging is in the news cycle again, with the Fairy Creek blockade on Vancouver Island being the latest in the persistent debate on how to manage old growth trees. Much of the media coverage is glossing over the intricacies of old growth logging – why is it more valuable, why is it a risk to ecosystems and endangered species, and what too…
 
Episode 81 of the Paw & Order podcast is hosted by Jessica Scott-Reid and guest co-host Kaitlyn Mitchell, a staff lawyer at Animal Justice. In this episode, Jessica and Kaitlyn interview Dr. Jason Hannan, a professor at the University of Winnipeg, and the co-chair of Winnipeg VegFest. They discuss Dr. Hannan’s recently published book, Meatsplaining…
 
Defender Radio is back after a pandemic-related hiatus. New episodes will be launching this month so stay tuned! In this update, hear from host/producer Michael Howie on the hiatus and changes in his personal life, how the show will be changing (only a little), and how you can help find new topics, special features and more. Follow The Fur-Bearers …
 
June 1, 2021 In Episode 80 of the Paw & Order podcast, Camille Labchuk interviews Casey Bond, the communications manager at the animal advocacy research non-profit Faunalytics, to discuss their groundbreaking new report analyzing the legal wildlife trade in the United States. This report reveals shocking discoveries, including up to $2 billion wort…
 
In Episode 79 of the Paw & Order podcast, co-hosts Camille Labchuk and Jessica Scott-Reid speak with Dr. Charu Chandrasekera. Dr. Chandrasekera is the founder of the Canadian Centre for Alternatives to Animal Methods (CCAAM) at Windsor University, an internationally recognized research centre working to develop alternatives to animal testing. The i…
 
In Episode 78 of the Paw & Order podcast, Camille Labchuk and Peter Sankoff go deep into top stories that are affecting animals right now from both Canada and across the globe. This include an exciting new announcement from the Canadian government that it will be moving away from toxicity tests on animals in an overhaul of the Canadian Environmenta…
 
Host Laurie Hood, founder and president of Alaqua Animal Refuge, compares techniques with Buck Wilde and Esther Gossweiler relating to her work rescuing potentially dangerous, often abused animals and their work going nose-to-nose with Brown Bears and Alaskan Sea Wolves in remote Alaska while filming a documentary. The tasks are different but their…
 
Episode 77 of the Paw & Order podcast is co-hosted by Jessica Scott-Reid along with a special guest co-host, Kaitlyn Mitchell, who's a staff lawyer at Animal Justice. Jessica and Kaitlyn dive into pressing news involving animals, including an animal advocate being acquitted of a criminal charge after exposing horrific conditions at an Ontario fur f…
 
In Episode 76 of the Paw & Order podcast, co-hosts Camille Labchuk and Jessica Scott-Reid deep dive into the ethics of getting vaccines that have been tested on animals—which is an especially hot (and rightfully sensitive) topic as we grapple with the global pandemic. They discuss why animal testing is outdated and less effective than modern altern…
 
In episode 75 of the Paw & Order podcast, co-hosts Camille Labchuk and Peter Sankoff give an analysis of three Canadian dog abuse cases that are making headlines right now. This includes a case from Newfoundland involving man who was acquitted of cruelty charges because the court ruled he didn’t “wilfully” starve his beagles into emaciation, a pupp…
 
Episode 74 of the Paw & Order podcast features an in-depth interview with Calvin Neufeld, the founder of Evolve Our Prison Farms, and Dr. Amy Fitzgerald, a criminologist, expert in using prison labour in animal agriculture, and an associate professor with the department of sociology, anthropology, and criminology at the university of Windsor. In th…
 
February 19, 2021 In this episode of the Paw & Order podcast, Camille Labchuk and Peter Sankoff catch up on what’s new, including Peter planning to attend an Animal Justice virtual event at Osgoode Hall, his new podcast with his daughter Penny, called Translating Criminal Law: Rated G airing its fourth episode, and a new... Read more »…
 
Getting governments to change isn’t easy; often, there are roadblocks in the path to communicating an issue, particularly ones related to non-human animals. There are tools out there, however, that are making it easier and more effective for Canadian parliamentarians to hear from constituents and learn more about issues related to animals in Canada…
 
Episode 72 of the Paw & Order podcast features an exciting and energetic interview with vegan CFL player John Rush, who plays with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Because of the pandemic, the Blue Bombers haven’t been able to play this year, but John hasn’t missed a beat. He’s been using his free time to launch an awesome vegan food blog: Rescue Dog Kit…
 
As we press through these colder months of the winter, I’m seeing more questions about coyotes pop up on social media and traditional media. Of course, this is often in response to bad memes or misinformation designed to frighten people, rather than educate them. Check out TheFurBEarers.com for some the articles we’ve written to try and respond to …
 
January 22, 2021 It’s the three-year anniversary of the Paw & Order podcast! Thanks so much to our listeners for tuning in and for supporting the show. You’re the reason we can continue to spread the message of animal law to the masses, and inspire much-needed change for animals. In Episode 71, Camille Labchuk interviews... Read more »…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has forced a lot of change in the world in the last 13 months. One of the most notable, unfortunately, is an increase in plastic waste entering our oceans. Personal Protective Equipment, or PPE, which is frequently made with plastics more than doubled in size as a global industry in response to the pandemic. Oceans Asia, a …
 
Luci Cudman, the executive director of the North Shore Black Bear Society and Ellie Lamb, bear behaviour expert and bear viewing guide and instructor joined me for a call the late days of fall 2020 to talk about how our actions – and inactions – impact the behaviour of bears, why some strategies to coexist aren’t as successful as others, and how we…
 
In Episode 70 of the Paw & Order podcast, Camille Labchuk and Jessica Scott-Reid speak with Kimberly Carroll, Animal Justice's Communications Strategist and on the Board of Directors. Kimberly announces an exciting new initiative: The Animal Justice Academy!The Animal Justice Academy is a six-week advocacy bootcamp featuring over 80 presenters who …
 
Welcome to the Paw & Order holiday spectacular—featuring all three hosts, Camille Labchuk, Peter Sankoff, and Jessica Scott-Reid! In this special holiday episode, the hosts give out 12 “gifts” to worthy people, groups and animals. This is one of our funnest and most energetic episodes yet!โดย Animal Justice
 
In Episode 68 of the Paw & Order podcast, co-hosts Camille Labchuk and Peter Sankoff discuss an exciting new Senate bill called the Jane Goodall Act, that would outlaw the captivity of great apes and elephants, shut down the ivory trade, and give some animals legal representation in court. This groundbreaking legislation was recently introduced by …
 
I’ve got good news, better news and bad news, folks. The good news is that yesterday a book launched that will change minds, hearts and lives around the world. The better news is that Jo-Anne McArthur, co-editor of this book, took time out of an incredibly busy schedule this morning to chat with me about it. The bad news is that, because it’s 2020,…
 
Episode 67 of Paw & Order features an in-depth interview with Lesley Fox, executive director of The Fur-Bearers, who is one of Canada's most knowledgeable and dedicated anti-fur voices. Lesley and Camille discuss troubling COVID-19 mutations found in mink farms, companies dropping fur, cities banning fur sales, and why the writing is on the wall fo…
 
A lot of animals are tested upon and killed in the name of science, particularly biomedical research. In conversation, many people adopt a utilitarian attitude – the lives and deaths of these non-human animals is to benefit human health, an acceptable trade off. But what if it wasn’t benefiting human health – and what if, before the experiments eve…
 
Camille interviews plant-based dietician Dr. Pamela Fergusson to discuss Big Dairy propaganda, a new TVO partnership with Dairy Farmers of Ontario, and overall government support for this unhealthy, unsustainable, inhumane, and increasingly irrelevant industry.โดย Animal Justice
 
Anthrozoology is a fascinating field of study – simply put, it examines the interactions between humans and other animals. This is a broad concept, which is why so many fields overlap with it: anthropology, biology, philosophy, psychology and more. To me, the concept of combining these fields is daunting and intimidating; but thanks to many dedicat…
 
Jessica speaks with environmental researcher Nicholas to discuss the documentary, “Kiss the Ground” to debunk regenerative agriculture and “holistic” cow grazing as a viable solution to climate change. We need to move away from animal farming all together to combat the climate crisis!โดย Animal Justice
 
In a world with a 24-hour news cycle, robot trolls on the internet and unprecedented political changes, knowing where we stand on some core issues can be a bit… difficult. Fortunately, there are tools that can cut through the noise and help us find answers to understand where Canadians and Americans stand on animal-related matters. Mario Canseco, p…
 
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