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Jan 12, 2022

Cold Dogs, Old Tricks. Protest works, at least in Missaukee County, Michigan. More than 40 Jack Russell Terriers were left out in the cold at the breeding facility of John Jones for days. A PETA undercover investigator documented the abuse. But the sheriff's office did nothing to save the dogs. That's when Jonathan Horn and Tricia Lebkuecher led a small band of PETA protestors who stood up to the authorities for four days until the dogs were removed from the cold. Find out how they did it, and how the protest was won.

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Originally aired Jan. 12,  2022 

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