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Most Humane: Pasture Raised or Free Range Eggs? *Content gathered from Certified Humane Press Release Did You know? Free Range HENS have just 2 sq. Ft to roam while pasture raised HENS have 108 sq. FT! Humane Farm Animal Care (HFAC) has revised their laying hen standards, which now divide the...

Project Pawsitive to Renovates the Humane Society for Greater Nashua’s “Bachelor Pad” Critical updates provided at no-cost and changes will increase adoption rates. Hampton, NH – The Project Pawsitive Foundation (www.projectpawsitive.org), the only organization focused entirely on providing no-cost renovations to animal rescues in desperate need, renovated the male feline...

Ask the Vet: Why is Heartworm Prevention So Important? Written by Dr. Melissa Magnuson Heartworm prevention is a pill or chew that a dog takes monthly to prevent heartworm infection. Mosquitos spread heartworm disease; once a mosquito bites your dog, it can give your dog heartworm disease. By giving a...

Getting Their Lives Back: The World of Wheelchairs for Pets Interview by Jill Sullivan Grueter, Edit0r-in-Chief, Woof Magazine and New Hampshire Positive Moms Magazine There’s a special place in Amherst, New Hampshire where a passionate man named, Mark Robinson, leads the way for Walkin’ Pets, a company created to support...