Dogs and cats can bring unconditional love into your home, create fond memories and often help kids learn responsibility. But it’s not something to take lightly. Here are some things to consider before you head to your local shelter.
With warmer temperatures and the return of plentiful daylight, spring is a welcome change from winter. But it also presents hazards for your pets. To help them stay safe, keep in mind these tips from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Edinburg, TX — The risk of hospitalization for injuries related to horseback riding surpasses that for football, skiing, and auto and motorcycle racing, according to researchers at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.
Washington – A disturbing rate of worker injuries and fatalities involving captive elephants has led People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals to submit a formal petition to OSHA asking for stronger worker protections in the industry.
Working outside in the spring months may mean working alongside insects and animals that could pose a threat to workers. OSHA offers the following tips for avoiding such injuries when working outdoors.