This animal rescue site will introduce you to these beautiful dogs in need of homes after their racetrack days are over. Their adoption program works throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic states. This rescue group makes no judgment about the ethics of breeding greyhounds for racing -- they only want to help the dogs who are left behind because they make poor racers.
Red tape….you’re probably familiar with the term and may even have first-hand experience on the bureaucratic nightmare that accompanies it. But one thing is for sure, when it comes to environmental disasters, there is no room for red tape!
In the midst of the gulf oil disaster, volunteers, wildlife experts are being turned away by our government, stating that they have it under control... but do they? Ed Clark, who runs the Wildlife Center of Virginia, has a great post on his experience in attempting to help wildlife in the Gulf.
Ed Clark, who is the president of The Wildlife Center of Virginia is frustrated over the wildlife rehabilitation efforts that are occurring in the gulf region. With many years experience and helping save and release thousands of injured wildlife, found that rescuers are not allowed to rescue the wildlife.
The president of The Wildlife Center of Virginia, Ed Clark was interviewed by NBC29 about his experience as he attempted to find out how to help wildlife on the front lines. He was shocked to find that he, nor was the rest of the volunteers could enter and look for animals. Volunteers are turned away and look on helplessly in frustration, Ed is taking action...