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Jul 28, 2021

Texas A&M is refusing to let PETA adopt the 19 dogs leftover when the breeding operation for canine experiments on Muscular Dystrophy was ended in 2019. The college said the dogs were sick. They're not and are adoptable immediately. The breeding has ended but has the lab really closed? 19 dogs remain. Why won't the college let the dogs free? PETA's Kathy Guillermo explains the situation on the PETA Podcast.

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Originally released July 28, 2021 

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