I would like to personally share my stance on reptile ownership and ensure both owners of reptiles and the organizations that support them that as President and CEO of PIJAC I will work to protect reptiles as fiercely as any other pet type.
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The director of Purdue University's Center for Animal Welfare Science will lead a two-year research project to develop and test science-based, nationwide animal care standards for the commercial breeding and raising of dogs.
As many of you already know, I will become President and CEO of PIJAC next week. Before then, I wanted to take the time to introduce myself and explain – in my own words – why I embrace the opportunities and challenges of my new role. I want you to hear this directly from me.
Washington, DC, August 25, 2014 – Ken Oh, chairman and interim president of the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council (PIJAC), today announced that Edwin J. Sayres, former president and CEO of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), has been appointed president and CEO of PIJAC. The PIJAC Board of Directors approved Sayres’ appointment, effective September 1, 2014.
The Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council (PIJAC) is pleased to announce Robert Likins as the new Director of Government Affairs.
On Wednesday, the PIJAC Board of Directors voted to offer the positions of President and CEO to Ed Sayres.
This decision followed a lengthy search process and internal discussions,...
Top News - Action Required - Federal: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service reopens comment period on proposed listing of 5 large constrictor snakes as injurious. New Jersey: Bill imposing onerous new pet store regulations passes Senate. West Virginia: Will bureaucrats outlaw gerbils, rats, and turtles?
The post-survey results are in! See what attendees thought of the 2014 Top2Top Conference.
The June 2014 edition of the PetLetter includes a legislative session review, focus on reptile legislation, and news on the recent pet sale bans showing up across the country.
Governor Pat Quinn today announced his support for legislation that stops Illinois pet shops from selling dogs and cats they have acquired from commercial breeders.