|Posted on 8/2/2018 5:04:00 PM.|
It is now legal in Louisiana to rescue a pet or a minor from a locked, parked vehicle, by smashing a window to get in. The new law went into effect yesterday, and provides criminal and civil protection for good Samaritans who take action against the illegal activity. Louisiana SPCA spokesperson Alicia Haefele says there’s two things you need to do before breaking that window.
|pets, animals, children, SPCA, Louisiana, 2018, animal cruelty|
|Posted on 7/4/2018 2:18:00 AM.|
July 5 is one of the busiest days for animal shelters as unrestrained dogs flee their homes from fear of fireworks the night before.
Louisiana SPCA spokesperson Alicia Haefele says the fireworks might be fun for us, but can bring man’s best friend unwanted anxiety.
|Alicia Haefle, SPCA, Independence Day|
|Posted on 6/4/2016 4:32:00 AM.|
A bill that would require pet stores to keep records of
breeders’ names, addresses, and licensing information is on the governor’s desk
to be signed into law. Alicia Haefele with the Louisiana SPCA says also
included under this legislation is that no pet under 8-weeks old can be sold in
a store. She says these regulations are to make ensure pet stores are held to
|Governor John Bel Edwards, Alicia Haefele, SPCA, pet store, legislative session|
|Posted on 6/16/2014 12:29:00 PM.|
Governor Jindal vetoed the bill that would require dogs to be secured when in the back of a pick up truck while riding on the interstate. CEO of the Louisiana SPCA Ana Zorrilla says this is a disappointment because it is important for the state to take measures to make sure animals are safe.
|Bobby Jindal, Ana Zorrilla, SPCA|