A Texas lawmaker proposes letting healthy cats and dogs used for research be adopted, not euthanized, after they retire. This photo is of Petey, a male purebred Boxer not used for research, who was up for adoption last year. The Regional Animal Adoption Center at the Keller Police Department and the Keller Welcome Home Center on Keller Parkway participated in The Humane Society of North Texas “Clear the Shelters” free adoption event.
A Texas lawmaker proposes letting healthy cats and dogs used for research be adopted, not euthanized, after they retire. This photo is of Petey, a male purebred Boxer not used for research, who was up for adoption last year. The Regional Animal Adoption Center at the Keller Police Department and the Keller Welcome Home Center on Keller Parkway participated in The Humane Society of North Texas “Clear the Shelters” free adoption event. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com
A Texas lawmaker proposes letting healthy cats and dogs used for research be adopted, not euthanized, after they retire. This photo is of Petey, a male purebred Boxer not used for research, who was up for adoption last year. The Regional Animal Adoption Center at the Keller Police Department and the Keller Welcome Home Center on Keller Parkway participated in The Humane Society of North Texas “Clear the Shelters” free adoption event. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com

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Texas lawmaker: Let research dogs and cats be adopted — not euthanized — after they retire

March 17, 2017 9:46 PM