Monthly Archives: February 2019

Dogs Rescued from South Korea Headed for Michigan Shelter

Hundreds of dogs from a South Korean dog meat farm have been rescued by the U.S Humane Society and Humane Society International. Now a group of them are headed for Michigan. The Midland County Humane society is expecting to receive five to ten of the canines late Tuesday night. Click here for the rest of the story.


Animal Shelters, Homeless Pets Get Boost from MDARD Grants

In the end of December, The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) is proud to announce the recipients of the 2018 Animal Welfare Fund grants. This year, MDARD will distribute $80,000 to 16 registered animal shelters throughout the state to support the spaying and neutering of shelter dogs and cats to help them be more adoptable. Grants also help support many anti-cruelty and proper care programs and training around the state. Registered shelters can also receive assistance through the grant program for the unrecovered costs of care for animals involved in legal investigations. Click here for the rest of the story.