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Dr. Charles Loops, Naturopathic Veterinarian
A North Carolina naturopathic and allopathic veterinarian with emphasis in oncology. I highly recommend Dr. Loops to treat your companion animal. Do not let the distance deter you. A tremendous majority of his patients are served by telephonic consultation.

Dangerous Dog Liability Insurance
With municipalities and our state imposing minimum insurance/bond limits of $250,000, and with few major insurers agreeing to provide homeowner’s policies to those harboring dangerous dogs, one alternative to euthanasia or moving is this agency.

Dr. Dan’s Alternative Fuelwerks
“Doctor” Dan Freeman, a Ballard mechanic and ski instructor, has long devoted himself to providing alternative fuel and servicing vehicles running on those elixirs.

Dangerous Dog Law
A masterful site the conception of which is long overdue. Thanks to Florida attorney Fred Kray, this clearinghouse for dangerous dog litigation has become a reality

Electric Vehicles Northwest
Originating in the Georgetown district of Seattle, this business worked primarily on electric car conversions. For the past decade, however, it is successfully cornered the PNW market (and beyond?) on human-powered augmented vehicles (HPA).

Food Fight! Vegan Grocery Store
Portland vegan grocery store, with attitude.

Herbivore Clothing
They sell 100% vegan products, print an irreverent (but tasteful), humorous and informative, bimonthly magazine dedicated to cruelty-free culture and vegetarian living.

Humane Seal
Donate to charities with confidence that your dollars will not support animal testing. Confirm this through the “Humane Charity” seal of approval.

Humane Society of the United States (HSUS)
Renowned organization dedicated to advocacy, education, disaster relief, and humane operations.

Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association

Humane USA PAC
Choosing pro-animal candidates enhances protections through the legislative branch of government. This political action committee evaluates incumbents and challengers based on a “humane scorecard.”

International Institute for Animal  Law

King County Animal Control

National Center for Animal Law
The National Center for Animal Law was established in 2001 in order to provide support for students pursuing careers in animal law. The National Center for Animal Law provides training, resources, programs, and networking opportunities for animal law students. While housed at Lewis & Clark Law School with a primary goal of building a model program in animal law, the Center supports all animal law students, administrators, and professors.

Northwest Animal Rights Network
Founded in 1986, the Northwest Animal Rights Network is the largest grassroots animal
activist group in the Pacific Northwest.

Northwest Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
Located in Deming, Washington, this remarkable group of volunteer rehabilitationists, veterinarians, and veterinary technicians provides invaluable support to the abandoned or injured wildlife in the Whatcom and Skagit County area.

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