National Animal Interest Alliance

Rating: 4.34 stars   50 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:

Animals

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111 Sw 5TH Ave Ste 2660 Portland OR 97204 USA

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2011 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 5 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

This is an organization that is constantly working to strengthen the role of dogs in our society. Fighting for reasonable animal legislation and against unreasonable and dangerous legislation. Protecting and promoting responsible breeding of all animals. Dispensing information and educating anyone willing to listen. I am a former dog breeder and showed them for many years. I own and run a boarding kennel and own goats and a donkey. I am always looking for information from NAIA and am never disappointed.

 
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There are people out there whose goal is to have no more purposeful dog breeding, with the ultimate goal of no dog ownership by humans. Thank goodness NAIA exists to help advocate for animal lovers who disagree! Purebred dogs are wonderful beings, just like mixed breed dogs, and there should be no shame in striving to create purebred dogs or in owning purebred or mixed breed dogs. NAIA works to protect the interests of many others who work with animals, be they elephants or horses or cattle. NAIA understands the bond between humans and animals and the intensity of this connection between the animals and those who devote themselves to animals. NAIA is advocating for the love of and concern for animals.

 
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Rating: 5 stars  

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Great group. .protecting our rights to own and work with animals.

 
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2 people found this review helpful

NAIA has gone to bat over and over for the rights of animals, especially dogs and cats. They aren't in the business to euthanize a healthy animal and have empathy and understanding of pure-bred breeders (not the enemy!) as well as pet owners whose rights are being diminished every week.

 
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2 people found this review helpful

Excellent organization that gets true and factual information out about animal welfare.

 
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Excellent organization that truly advocates for animal welfare.

 
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NAIA is the only group in the country working to preserve all of our relationships with animals. They are true animal welfarists and they treasure the human-animal bond. They support the Right to care for and own animals. LOve them

 
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2 people found this review helpful

The NAIA is a true animal welfare organization and their money goes to support the human/animal bond and not for the big overpaid CEO's of other animal rights organization. There is a big difference between animal welfare and animal rights. One works for the "welfare" of animals and the other works to take that "right" away.

 
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3 people found this review helpful

NAIA advocates for all animals including those in the agricultural industry. This organization is a true collaborate effort across industries and interests. Excellent resource for information on animal welfare issues.

 
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The NAIA organization promotes the humane treatment of all animals and opposes all abuse. This organization also supports the rights of animal ownership and works to expose the animal rights agenda which is why extremist animal rights people have issues with the NAIA. The terms animal welfare and animal rights are not interchangeable.

 
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