How Pets Land in Labs

2013 Issue #1-3 How Pets Land In Labs View AV Magazine Online Download PDF TABLE OF CONTENTS

Features:
AV Magazine: Animal Dealers Animal Dealers
Archaic and corrupt, random source Class B dealers typify an antiquated science. With their dwindling numbers, these animal dealers are destined to be obsolete.
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AV Magazine: Random Source Class B Dealers Random Source Class B Dealers
Profiting from animal suffering, these animal brokers have rightly earned their dubious reputation.
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AV Magazine: The Do's and Don'ts of Effective Pound Seizure Advocacy The Do's and Don'ts of Effective Pound Seizure Advocacy
Tips on being an effective animal advocate from a seasoned activist.
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Pound Seizure Profiles
Personal stories of tragedy and triumph. View Digital Magazine»

Research Faces the Facts
The animal research community acknowledges that biomedical research will not be impeded if random source Class B dealers are put out of business. View Digital Magazine»

Class B Dealers Selling Innocent Lives
Charting the business of Class B dealers. View Digital Magazine»

Ban on Pound Seizure
A grassroots look at efforts to end the sale of shelter animals to research. View Digital Magazine»

Interview Profile: Stephanie Shain
A look at random source Class B dealers and pound seizure from a shelter perspective. View Digital Magazine»



Departments:
First Word
Calling for an end to random source Class B dealers. View Digital Magazine»

Briefly Speaking
AAVS Supports Petitions to Protect Chimps; EU Bans Cosmetics Tested on Animals; Nearly 2 Million Urge FDA to Stop Sale of GE Salmon; United and Air Canada Say No to Primate Research; Animalearn Honors Humane Students. View Digital Magazine»

Giving
Confront cruelty by supporting humane science education. View Digital Magazine»

Tributes
Special friends honored and remembered. View Digital Magazine»

Member's Corner
Your best friend could be waiting for you at a nearby shelter. View Digital Magazine»
Ending the Use of Animals in Science