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  1. HABRI Central Update - July 21, 2014

    HABRI Central recently received several new features and updates! Here are some of the major improvements we've made and how they'll affect you,   UNIFIED LIBRARY The HABRI Central bibliography has been consolidated with the HABRI Central repository. No longer will you have to...

  2. AVMA Introduces New Animal Welfare Hub

    Whether we share our homes with companion animals, train or depend on them to perform various functions that benefit us, work with animals used for food or fiber production or research, success means taking the animal's welfare into account along with everything else. The...

  3. Want to Broaden Your View of the HAB?

    Then hurry and claim your copy of Trash Animals: How we live with nature’s filthy, feral, invasive, and unwanted species. In addition to offering highly readable accounts of 17 animal species that elicit extreme human emotional reactions, these essays also provide readers with insights...

  4. HABRI Central Review Series Books Available

    The next book in the HABRI Central Review Series is available. We have a limited number of copies of Trash Animals: How We Live with Nature’s Filthy, Feral, Invasive, and Unwanted Species, edited by Kelsi Nagy and Phillip David Johnson II. Reviews should be a maximum of 1500 words and...

  5. Before You Rescue

    Before You Rescue Because of the increasing number of rescue animals in the general companion animal population, I decided to put together a list of pre-rescue questions for those considering rescuing an animal to ask themselves. These are based on after-the-fact comments made by self-defined...

  6. Day of Healing - K9 Assisted Crisis Response Team

    Kristyna Oates, Purdue Student In the wake of the aftermath of the Purdue University school shooting, several campus organizations came together to sponsor the State of Indiana K-9 Assisted Crisis Response Team. Consisting of over ten dogs, the team helped to comfort students and deal with...