Investigators said that anyone with information should call the Sheriff’s Office at 608-284-6900.
The Dane County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help as it investigates the death of a dog in the Town of Rutland that occurred last week.
Dane County Animal Services officers said they have no leads in the case. Meanwhile, a dog lover has contributed money for information leading to an arrest in the case.
Investigators found a chocolate-colored Labrador retriever puppy on the side of County Road A, near Bass Lake Road, on Thursday afternoon. Authorities said that the dog’s front and rear legs were bound with packaging tape and his head was covered by a taped plastic bag.
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via Dane County Authorities Seek Info In Puppy's Death – Madison News Story – WISC Madison.
AFA’s Vegan Outreach Coordinator Hannah West appeared on Saturday’s Wake Up Wisconsin to talk about a vegan diet and to invite locals to Vegan Drinks Madison at the Great Dane Brew Pub on Tuesday, January 31 from 6:30 – 9:00.
Vegan Drinks Madison is a casual get-together where vegans and vegan curious can come together and socialize.
Join the Vegan Drinks Meetup group here.
Watch Hannah on Wake Up Wisconsin here:
Eating Vegan in Madison – WKOW 27: Madison, WI Breaking News, Weather and Sports.
“The last thing we want to see is an animal hurt,” adds Rep. Franz. “We have to protect what we do now, which is raising cattle and producing these for consumption.”
via MO Lawmaker Defends Proposed Bill That Curbs Animal Rights.
Proposed Senate Bill 226 mandates trapping in all state and county parks four and a half months of the year, with unlimited traps set and unlimited bag limits, and hunting and trapping as priority usage of all publicly purchased Stewardship lands or they cannot be purchased. This has already passed the Assembly 82-12 as AB311 and is moving to the Senate.
We STRONGLY DISAGREE with this proposed bill. Full article and a poll to voice your opinion here:
Patricia Randolph’s Madravenspeak: Legislation would further the slavery of animals.
There will be no new rules regarding dogs — pit bulls or others —in the city of Fond du Lac.
A proposal that would have placed restrictions on animals perceived as dangerous, including pit bulls, is off the table after drawing considerable opposition from an overflow crowd.
Thunderous applause and cheers resounded through the Fond du Lac City Council chambers Wednesday night when Councilman Rob Vande Zande said he had heard enough.
“The breed specific ordinance is off the table, and it will not be discussed,” Vande Zande said after more than 30 people spoke against his plan and 116 others were on the record as being opposed.
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Fond du Lac residents pack chambers; Councilman backs off of pit bull proposal | Fond du Lac Reporter | fdlreporter.com.