Health Canada Says it Will Continue to Ignore Pain & Suffering Caused by Poisons Used to Kill Wolves, Coyotes, & Bears

Each year in Canada, hundreds of animals—including companion dogs and endangered species—suffer agonizing deaths after being poisoned by pesticides intended to kill wolves, coyotes, and black bears. Strychnine, Compound 1080, and sodium cyanide are indiscriminate poisons that cause unimaginable pain and suffering to the animals that consume poisoned baits or the bodies of other poisoned victims…. Read more » Animal Justice