Apr 10, 2019
It's a never-ending, cruel mush.
Emil Guillermo talks to PETA Investigations Specialist Colin Henstock about the undercover expose of the living conditions of Iditarod dogs. Even after the race is over, the cruelty doesn't stop.
See the photos taken by undercover investigators of the neglect at the kennels owned by Iditarod legacy family, the Seaveys.
Take Action. Save the dogs. Stop the race. Don't participate in the tourist mush when the race is done. Go to PETA.og.
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