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  • #48: Death Row Dog Named Punky Loses Last Appeal

    February 7, 2020 In Episode 48, Peter & Camille discuss the case of Punky Santics, an Australian cattle dog on death row who lost a bid to appeal to Canada’s highest court. The case has broader negative implications for so-called “dangerous” dogs in Vancouver, and the hosts discuss some of the fall- … Read more »

  • #47: Interview with New Zealand’s Marcelo Rodriguez Ferrere

    January 17, 2020 Happy new year! We’re excited to kick off 2020 by announcing that Paw & Order won a prestigious Best Podcast award from the Clawbies: Canadian Law Blog Awards. In this episode, hosts Peter and Camille bring you the latest news on Bill 156, Ontario’s proposed ‘ag gag’ law, a huge win … Read more »

  • #46: 12 Days of Christmas Holiday Special!

    December 20, 2019 Welcome to the first-ever Paw & Order holiday special! Hosts Peter and Camille get into Santa mode in this episode, giving out animal law-themed “gifts” to people, animals, countries—some funny, some serious. We’ve never had more fun recording an episode! The news doesn’t stop over … Read more »

  • #45: Ag Gag Laws Come to Canada

    December 6, 2019 Ag gag laws have come to Canada. In an effort to conceal animal cruelty on farms, some provinces have begun passing dangerous legislation designed to keep abuse and neglect hidden behind closed doors. Peter and Camille delve into Alberta’s Bill 27—rammed through the legislature in o … Read more »

  • #44: Animal Law in Austria, with Martina Pluda

    November 22, 2019 In Episode 44 of Paw & Order, Peter interviews Martina Pluda, animal law scholar and head of Four Paws International Austria. Martina recently spoke at the Canadian Animal Law Conference about some of the incredible legal progress for animals that she has made in Austria and Europe … Read more »