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Discussion in 'Dogs - Pit bull breeds specific' started by Walt, Aug 22, 2004.

  1. Walt

    Walt New Member

  2. jrbuddha

    jrbuddha New Member

    wow...a PETA website. I'm sure that it is 100% accurate and unbiased, and truthful. :roll:

    so did some of my own research:

    Found this link on this message board
  3. elizavixen

    elizavixen New Member

    Guess you missed the part where it shows that the ASPCA and Iams are corporate partners. Hmmm....wonder if that is important?
  4. nern

    nern New Member

    It looks like the ASPCA started doing these unannoucned visits (starting April 2003) after Iams was accused (PETA investigated 2002 - early 2003) of this cruelty. If I remember correctly, when I emailed the Iams company about this accusation they did not deny that the care of the animals kept in one of the facilities was not up to their expectations and has since been closed. They also claimed that they were unaware of the conditions of the animals at that facility.
    IMO, there is some truth in PETAs claims about Iams. Maybe that is why the ASPCA is now involved. Just my 2 cents.
  5. jrbuddha

    jrbuddha New Member

    I agree. I wasnt trying to say that Iams wasnt guilty of anything, but trying to show there is always more than 1 side to the story.

    And despite Iams being a corporate partner of the ASPCA, I trust their track record more than PETA's.

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