Animal power

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Animal power

A small treadmill intended for small animals like dogs and goats. Such treadmills were used to power small machines such as butter churns.
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These measures are intended to help ensure that those customers traveling with a trained service or support animal will no longer be at risk of untrained pets attacking their working animal, as has previously been reported.
I AM writing to invite your readers to host a World Tea Party this summer in support of working animal charity SPANA.
The research was carried out for SPANA to mark International Working Animal Day on Thursday.
LAHORE -- It is a collective social responsibility of all NGOs, government, civil society and media to recognize the role and importance of women owners of working animal farms.
The Annual Horse and Donkey Show is an opportunity for Gambians to gain rewards for taking excellent care of their working animals, and it provides proof that it is possible to maintain a healthy working animal, despite the difficult living conditions and prevalence of tropical diseases.
He has bred his own Shires since the early 1960s following a family tradition which regarded the giant beasts as a working animal.
Alone for days on the windswept hills, the dog is a working animal whose purpose is to keep sheep from straying onto a road.
Sometimes a special harness or leash will make it easier for the public to identify your dog as a working animal.
However, despite their importance in our history, they are now a distant memory and 47% of people in the North East don't know what a working animal is, according to research by international animal charity SPANA.
Today, 40 per cent of people in the UK don't even know what a working animal is, but - from cart and plough horses to pit ponies - they were a familiar sight in Britain for centuries.
Which is why I am asking everyone to back SPANA's "International Working Animal Day" on June 15.