TrailSafe Nevada

In fondest memory – Roger

TrailSafe Nevada, an informal grassroots movement of Nevadans opposed to commercial trapping on our public lands, began in 2007. Archived newsletters tell the story of a 12-year campaign. The Incidents are over one hundred first person accounts of dog trappings and other unintentional trappings throughout that period. This is the only such compilation in Nevada.

This site will also present my personal blog.

Golden Retriever Dies in Body-Crushing Trap

Golden Retriever Dies in Body-Crushing Trap

November 7, 2013  Email  I recently lost my beautiful Golden Retriever to a full body animal trap that was set next to the Walker River bank. I was walking with my dog along the same route as I have for the last two years when her life tragically ended when...

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Bunny Huggers airs on Tuesdays at 10:30 AM and is broadcast by America Matters Media at 1180 on the AM dial.

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From the Blog

Raccoon: My Favorite Animal

Raccoon: My Favorite Animal

Here a raccoon rests in comfort after liberating herself from a carrier in the back seat and making her way to a cozy spot on the front seat floor as we drive to the mountains. Recently I read a blog post which referred to raccoons as "trash pandas". This was meant in...

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Clowdy

Clowdy

10-6-06 Friday ClowdyAt first I thought the dark shadow was a tree on the hill. But it kept me guessing and drawing closer. The mind takes a while to catch up to the eyes. As Roger, Sadie & I drew closer on the Foothill Path, it was clear; I wasn't hallucinating;...

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Plays with Coyotes

Plays with Coyotes

Visit Project Coyote for perspective and facts about America's Song Dog. No, he won't eat your children. More likely, he or she will play with your big happy goofball Golden/Shepherd. In my experiences, the female is the player and Coyote Dad is the sober gatekeeper....

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