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Aug 21, 2019

Rachel Mathews, PETA Foundation Deputy Director of Captive Animal Law Enforcement (CALE), talks with Emil Guillermo about the AZA's announced ban on bullhooks in the training of elephants.

Bullhooks terrorize elephants, yet there has been a reluctance to ban them outright.

After years of piecemeal bans by states and...


Aug 14, 2019

PETA veterinarian Dr. Ingrid Taylor talks to Emil Guillermo about the bird experiments of Christine Lattin, now at LSU. The experiments are pointless and cruel and should be stopped.

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The PETA Podcast

PETA, the world's largest animal rights organization, is 6.5 million strong and...


Aug 7, 2019

 We're driving cross-country and see the signs of animal cruelty all around us on the interstate. Feedlots. Livestock trucks. Poultry sheds. Ag-gag laws only assure that you won't realize the cruelty that goes into producing your food. That's why PETA is fighting ag-gag laws so vigorously.

 Jeff Kerr, PETA Sr. VP and...


Jul 31, 2019

Keith Burgeson,the PETA Vegan Mentor Coordinator talks with Emil Guillermo about the program and how PETA has helped guide people to a healthier, more compassionate lifestyle.

Contact PETA.org to talk to a Vegan Mentor.

The PETA Podcast

PETA, the world's largest animal rights organization, is 6.5 million strong and...


Jul 24, 2019

PETA has been fighting to end the use of forced swim test for some time. Major companies have stopped the use of the tests, but some stalwarts remain like Pfizer,Bristol Meyers Squibb and Eli Lilly. In this episode, we describe what the tests do and how the tests actually hinder the companies' main objectives,...