Texas A&M University has confirmed that it will release the nine healthy golden retrievers it had betrayed by transferring them from its notorious canine muscular dystrophy laboratory to the veterinary school. This momentous news comes after PETA’s hard-fought campaign that began with our shocking exposé of the school’s horrendous laboratory. Our relentless pressure ended its cruel breeding of dogs to develop this crippling disease and led to the release of more than 50 canines. Now these nine dogs will be in loving homes by the end of the year.
The Last 9 Healthy Dogs From Texas A&M Muscular Dystrophy Lab to Be Freed
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