Jun 27, 2018
PETA Sr. VP talks about how a local animal rights group contacted PETA to help on an abusive situation with pack horses near the Grand Canyon on tribal lands. The Bureau of Indian Affairs has been alerted, but the abuses have been ongoing for decades.
Tourists are booking these pack excursions to the detriment of the animals, and companies are profiting on the backs of these abused horses.
Photos – These pictures show Teardrop collapsed on the ground, at a veterinary hospital, and after a month of care. Credit: SAVE Havasupai Horses
TELL THE Arizona Office of Tourism you won't visit the state until the abuse stops.
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