The Animal Wellness Podcast

Dedicated to knowing and supporting laws and lawmakers that benefit animals.

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Mink captivity for human consumption is among the most cruel, and it represents real and present danger to people. The animals--captive wild, not domesticated--suffer terribly, and their unique vulner...
July 24, 2021
In her new book, Enter the Animal, Teya Brooks Pribac examines academic and popular discourse on animals’ experiences of grief and spirituality, which are rooted in our intrinsic capacity and propensi...
June 22, 2021
While horse slaughter does not currently occur on U.S. soil, more than 70,000 domestic and wild horses are rounded up each year to be shipped to Mexico and Canada for processing and human consumption ...
June 17, 2021
Our guest is Joe Gorajec, former head of the Indiana Horse Racing Commission and the founder of Horse Racing Integrity Consulting. The panel discusses Bob Baffert, the 2021 Kentucky Derby doping scand...
May 29, 2021
Oregon first-responder Gene Davies took an unusual call on April 7: A young bear was playing on a rural road in Greensville, where Davies is fire chief. After Davies arrived, the friendly animal insis...
April 30, 2021
David Brooks is an Australian author, poet and essayist who visited The Animal Wellness Podcast to discuss his newest book, "Animal Dreams." The collection of essays examines what non-human animals th...
April 16, 2021
Kangaroos are the No. 1 commercially slaughtered mammal in the world. Hunted in the dark of night, their offspring pulled from lifeless mothers only to be beaten to death by clubs, kangaroos are kille...
February 10, 2021
Not since FDR swept Herbert Hoover from office in 1932 has there been such a seismic shift in the nation's government. What does that mean for animals as their advocates prepare to navigate a new poli...
January 14, 2021
Scott Beckstead, the newly appointed director of campaigns for Animal Wellness Action, discusses his childhood experiences on a mink farm as well as the mink's extraordinary ability to catch, mutate a...
December 8, 2020
As Congress prepares to adjourn ahead of the January 2021 inauguration, Animal Wellness Action finds its PAST Act momentum challenged by groups inside the animal-welfare community. Anti-soring grassro...
November 22, 2020

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