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  • Grassroots Guardians

    The Green Mountain Animal Defenders in Vermont develops a program to help all animals, wild, and domestic, including baby chicks from a local hardware store.

  • First, Do No Harm

    Since leaving a career as a systems engineer, veterinarian Susan Krebsbach has never looked back. Now a veterinary consultant for the HSVMA, she uses every platform she can to change the world for animals.

  • Unforgettable: Frankie Goes to Florida

    Meet Frankie, a lucky dog who avoided a stomach-turning fate in Vietnam.

  • Establishing Your Bona Fidos

    Shelters and rescues sometimes view each other with a degree of suspicion. But it doesn’t have to be that way. We explore the source of the problems—and ways that rescue groups can get past them to prove that they’ll be great allies.

  • The Neighs Have It

    After helping local animal control with a heartbreaking horse case, veterinarian Grant Miller was inspired to found CHANGE. The group started small—collecting spare change in water bottle jugs—but now has attracted more than 200 volunteers and rescued more than 75 horses.

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