In the past few years, two trainers have been killed by orcas at SeaWorld, leading to a growing awareness that hey, maybe it’s not such a good idea to keep giant wild animals in tiny tanks and treat them as slaves for our entertainment.
This video was taken in a village somewhere in south India. The ducks are reared for their meat and eggs.
Bahamas Striping is dedicated to bringing together social and corporate partners, fighting for the soul of the Bahamas in its first annual “The Dollar That Could” charity fundraising initiative.
The Bahamas Humane Society has several events coming up, starting this Friday with the unveiling of the winners of the 2013 Summer Fun Photography Contest. On Sunday, the Blessing of the Animals and…
Widespread reform of the surrey industry could be coming within the next two months, so says the government. Hopefully the reform will really prove beneficial to the most important aspect: the horses!
Despite heavy rain, over 200 competitors and spectators gathered in the early morning hours at Jaws Beach on Saturday September 21st 2013 for the first Baark! Potcakeman Triathlon.
The Department of Agriculture is reportedly awaiting the reports of the inspector and veterinarian out of the capital who flew over to look into conditions at a makeshift farm in East Grand Bahama.
People and their pets are invited to the first ever Potcake Party in Nassau, being held in celebration of the lives of Jill and Ron Gandza, who were killed by a hit and run driver in Exuma in April.
The Bahamas Humane Society has issued an ultimatum to the government over long-standing concerns over the condition of surrey horses in New Providence.