Dana Felgenhauer of Sacramento touches noses with a mixed breed dog at the Sacramento shelter before adopting her. A pending state bill would require publicly funded research institutions to either set up on-site adoption programs or work with animal adoption groups to offer healthy animals to prospective pet parents.
Dana Felgenhauer of Sacramento touches noses with a mixed breed dog at the Sacramento shelter before adopting her. A pending state bill would require publicly funded research institutions to either set up on-site adoption programs or work with animal adoption groups to offer healthy animals to prospective pet parents. Renée C. Byer Sacramento Bee file
Dana Felgenhauer of Sacramento touches noses with a mixed breed dog at the Sacramento shelter before adopting her. A pending state bill would require publicly funded research institutions to either set up on-site adoption programs or work with animal adoption groups to offer healthy animals to prospective pet parents. Renée C. Byer Sacramento Bee file
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California Assembly passes bill to save pets used for research

April 09, 2015 10:42 AM

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