WHAT'S HAPPENING

NYSHA"s billboard on Rt. 787 in Albany near the State Capitol.
Click here to see What You Can Do To Help These Horses

Save the Horses from Slaughter

INVESTIGATING ANIMAL CRUELTY WORKSHOP

May 20, 2014
Orange Co. Sheriff"s Office, Goshen
Click here for information on this workshop

2014 LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

Click here to see what New York bills
NYSHA supports or opposes.

HORSE RACING UNDERCOVER INVESTIGATION - 3/2014

Horse racing investigation

HORSES DON'T BELONG
ON DINNER PLATES

Click here for information about Horse Slaughter

HUMANE REVIEW, NYSHA´s NEWLETTERS

Donkeys dressed for hoilidays

Turned Away: A Closer Look at No-Kills

The only real, sustainable, and humane way for communities to end the euthanasia of healthy animals at shelters is by cutting off the supply of homeless animals. PETA, 4/2013

PROTECTING ANIMALS

Manual of Procedures

How to Investigate Animal Cruelty in New York State

Attention: NYS Humane Agencies

Important information to assist
with Security Bond Posting

Attention: Veterinarians

"MACRO TO MICRO APPROACH" to examining animals and their environment in cruelty cases

Attention: Police Officers

Examples of Accusatory Instruments and Search Warrants for Animal Cruelty Cases

NYSHA Fact Sheets

Relevant to animal cruelty

Training Cops to Be Aware of Animal Abuse

(Newsday article 10/23/12)







IMPORTANT NOTICE WITH REGARD
TO ANIMAL CRUELTY CASES AND
COMMENTS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

There have been various opinions expressed
recently about several cases and their
participants on the Internet. NYSHA wants to
make clear that it not assuming a position on
these cases and is waiting for the justice system
to do its work. Any opinions expressed by
individuals associated with NYSHA are their own;
they do not reflect the opinion of NYSHA.
2/14/2014
NYSHA was formed in 1900 and incorporated in 1925. Our guiding principle is to promote compassion to animals and prevent animal cruelty, through education about and enforcement of the NYS anti-cruelty laws. NYSHA is not a department of nor funded by New York State or any other government agency.