Whether it’s a CNR project, a rescue mission or an equine veterinary workshop, our outreach trips usually have one purpose, but there was a packed agenda when our team visited Paros earlier this month!
‘Hobbling’ is a painful and unnecessary practice that results in lameness, limb fractures and even death. That’s why we’re calling for safer, more sustainable alternatives – like electric fencing.
23/10/2019 Paros is a small Greek island in the Aegean Sea best known for its beaches and traditional villages. Parikia, the bayside capital, is a boating and transportation hub for the Cyclades region. But it also has many working horses, donkeys and mules and many locals also earn their living from small farms with cattle, […]
Animal Action Greece Hellas, Panhellenic Animal Welfare Federation and Ippothesis have lobbied the Minister of Agricultural Development and Foods to take political and legal action.
We’re pleased to report that there have recently been arrests on the island of Kimolos in connection with hobbled animals. This cruel practice is unfortunately traditional and widespread in many areas of Greece. It’s used as a way of keeping animals within a poorly fenced enclosure or preventing them from straying far where there’s no […]