The PETA Podcast
PETA, the world's largest animal rights organization, is 6.5 million strong and growing. This is the place to find out why. Hear from insiders, thought leaders, activists, investigators, politicians, and others why animals need more than kindness—they have the right not to be abused or exploited in any way. Hosted by Emil Guillermo. Powered by PETA activism.
Anatomy of a Protest: PETA Saves More than 40 Jack Russell Terriers from Freezing Cold
Cold dogs.Old Tricks. A protest of dedicated animal rights activists is all it took to save more than 40 dogs who had been left out in the cold by a dog breeder for days in Michigan. Emil Guillermo talks to PETA organizers Jonathan Horn and Tricia Lebkeucher about how a small group of protestors braved the cold to save the Jack Russells. See how old-fashioned non-violent civil disobedience can still produce results for the animals. More at PETA.org
Music by Carbonworks.
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PETA Says if It's Cold Outside, Bring Your Animals Inside.
PETA's Emily Allen talks with Emil Guillermo about what happens when you leave your animal companions out in the cold during the winter. Don't. Bring them inside when it's cold outside. Sounds simple, but so many people ignore their animals when it's cold.
See other helpful tips at PETA.org.
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Music provided by CarbonWorks.
The Animals' "Vivisection Hell"
Following a PETA undercover investigation, the Washington Post further exposed animal mistreatment at the Envigo dog breeding facility. The USDA has cited Envigo with multiple violations. The dogs are sold to researchers and scientists, many of whom are funded by NIH. They will use the animals in cruel, non-productive research, discarding the animals when they are no longer useful. Jeremy Beckham talks to Emil Guillermo about the vivisection hell that the animals are subjected to.
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PETA Saves Dogs: The Story of Jess and Edith
Jes Cochran, a key member of PETA's Community Animal Project (CAP), goes out into underserved areas of Virginia and North Carolina to save dogs left outside on a chain. His ten-year-old love story with a dog named Edith is captured in the new documentary, "Breaking the Chain," executive produced by Anjelica Huston. Jes talks to Emil Guillermo about how CAP works, and how it has saved a number of dogs like Edith. See Edith's story in "Breaking the Chain," now available on streaming services.
Einstein's Insanity Describes NIH Approach That Has Lost the War on Cancer
Dr. Emily Trunnell, PETA senior scientist, and Dr. Gina Hilton, PETA toxicologist say that a primary reason the U.S. has lost the war on cancer has been its slowness to adopt human-relevant research. The PETA scientists talk to Emil Guillermo about the changes needed at NIH in order to find a cure for cancer.
Go to PETA.org to sign a petition urging NIH to stop animal experimentation.
Music by Carbonworks.
Copyright PETA, 2021
PETA Undercover Exposes Envigo's Beagle Hell
Dan Paden, PETA's VP of Evidence Analysis, talks with Emil Guillermo about the cruel conditions for 5,000 beagles at a Virginia facility that breeds dogs for use by animal experimenters. Owned and operated by a multi-million dollar company called Envigo, the facility is now being investigated by the USDA.
See more at PETA.org
Music provided by Carbonworks.
Emil's vlog is at www.amok.com
Do not listen to the hate ratings I needed a podcast and I love this one! It is amazing whoever thinks this is bad is probably not vegan. #peta is awesome!!!
The World’s Most Successful Animal Rights Group
PETA gets results, from reforming barbaric cruelty in zoos to exposing the unspeaking horrors of big ag and factory farming. Notice how the white supremacist/pro-trump trolls are going after them so hard? That should you tell you something. Think about it.
Chinchilla Torture Warehouse MN
This was an excellent interview and a difficult undercover investigation done by PETA. Most of us would not have known about the plight of chinchillas until this exposé. Thank you for calling our attention. I plan to go to the PETA site to observe the heartbreaking videos and then to take action.