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How can updating the Animal Welfare Act 2006 Make a Safe Britain?

Imagine a place where bullying, abuse, and violence disappears? What does it look like? How does it make you feel? Do you feel technology can protect us by knowing if someone has a violent past? Will you feel more secure […]

What are 5 Things the Animal Abuse Register Will Immediate Provide the UK?

Introduction Being a pet owner opens up your world by increasing your awareness of the world around you and makes you realise you are responsible for the care of another living thing that does not have a voice. It cannot […]

How to make a brighter tomorrow for your dog: Supporting the Animal Abuse Register

How to make a brighter tomorrow for your dog It is not uncommon in today’s media to read about animal cruelty especially to dogs or cats. Animals, in today’s society are seen as mere property, disposable like a bar of […]

Cost and benefit analysis of the animal abuse register

Cost and Benefit Analysis of three different options of having an animal abuse register Rarely a day goes by without print media writing about another case of animal abuse. The stories are heart-breaking leaving you feeling upset, sad, enraged; and […]

What is Brighter Tomorrow?

What is Brightertomorrow.info? Brightertomorrow.info is an extension of AAR – Animal Abuse Register / Justice for Chunky page on Facebook. Purpose of this site is allow individuals who are not typically on Facebook find us. It will give them the […]

Why is the Tennessee model the best model for the UK Animal Abuse Register

Why the Tennessee Model is the best model for an animal abuse register? The answer is simple. The Tennessee model for the animal abuse register offers an “out-of-box” solution thereby being able save government money by providing a proven structure.  […]

10 Things you do not know about the animal abuse register

1)      Will the animal abuse register outlaw religious ritual slaughter? No. The animal abuse register will operate within current laws and only place those convicted of violating an identified law on the register. Even if a future government bans religious […]

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