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While Argentina may be the country with the most pets per capita, it does not, however, fare well when it comes to protecting these animals. According to the province’s Veterinary College, there are around six million domesticated animals in

In November 2016, amid tense showdowns between animal rights activists and galgueros (dog racers), the Argentine Congress voted unilaterally to outlaw dog races. While it had been illegal in many provinces previously, the lack of a total ban meant …

Hold onto your dachshunds, baby – the Buenos Aires City government has just made it legal to take your pet on the subway.

Come the dog days of summer, subway riders will be able to take their furry friends with …

Dog lovers and keyboard warriors, get ready to rage. The Comodoro Rivadavia government has suggested that mass euthanasia be used to curb the stray dog population of the city in Chubut Province.

Daniel González, Comodoro’s assistant secretary of the environment, …

Unhappy Animals Day, guys.

That’s right, in a strange and untimely twist on Argentina’s day of celebration for animal protection legislation (one which unfortunately didn’t make the public holiday cut), around twenty dogs have been found dead in various streets …

The director of the San Luis Prison System was fired after several photos were leaked to the media yesterday morning in which several inmates could be seen naked and kneeling on the floor, humiliated in front of the guards.

The …

Over 400 animals have been found dead in the Córdoba town of Dean Funes since Sunday morning. Toxicology reports show they were poisoned with a strong insecticide regularly used to protect crops, a statement by the local municipality said. Concern …