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Uga vs PETA



  • swilkerson7317swilkerson7317 Posts: 915 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited January 19

    PETA does do some good despite what people think. But they need to focus on animals that are actually in distress. Not one with his own custom GMC Suburban where the AC stays on when the truck is off.

    That is just dumb and a ploy to get attention.

    That being said go back and look at the UGA's from the 70's. Totally different dog. So yeah I agree with folks who say we need to take UGA's genetics in a different direction.

    Big time dog lover here. And I always adopt them from the pound.

  • pgjacksonpgjackson Posts: 14,882 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Concur. They are just trying to remain relevant. There really isn't any true institutional animal cruelty in this country (yes, there are a few idiots who abuse animals, but that is a very rare individual level), so they have to go after anything that involves animals in public. Keeps them in the headlines. There aren't many distressed animal issues here.

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