Look what PTROA organization did within the Palestinian Authority in the field of animals welfare.
Within the Palestinian Authority, local authorities use poisoned lures to kill stray dogs and cats. Here is a glimpse of PTROA's activities in the PA
The head of the PTROA organization, Yoram Erez, is interviewed on Channel 2 and tells about the activities of the PTROA organization within the Palestinian Authority
Testimony of a Palestinian citizen, from January 2016, in which he describes deliberate, daily, systematic abuse of dogs by a co-worker.
The head of the PTROA organization, Yoram Erez, is a guest on Channel 10 and talks about the cooperation with the Palestinian Authority to save the PA dogs
A man who was involved in dog fights was recruited as a source and told the PTROA organization about his involvement in dog fights and how the fights organizers treated the dogs they owned.
An investigative report by Tal Michael, which was broadcast on November 26, 2014, about the state's handling of the dogs phenomenon.
In many places in Israel there are still civilians who use horses to transport freight. In most cases the condition of horses does not meet the requirements of the law.
A year-long covert activity in the bird market reveals a concerning phenomenon. Animals trade without supervision, while committing countless violations of the Animal Welfare Law.
Horse riding is a widespread phenomenon in Israel. Such attractions operate without permit in many cities, amusement sites and intersections.
In the morning show on channel 2, the organization's spokesperson tells the story of the Jimmy the deaf cat, who was killed by a civilian and his dog.
Yoram Erez, the head of the PTROA organization, talks about the phenomenon of dogs stealing for fights purposes and the fights themselves.
An article on Channel 2 news about the activities of the PTROA organization in the field of horse riding in Israel.
Charlatans who take advantage of the distress of patients and charge them money for treatment of hepatitis by pigeons.