United Poultry Concerns
Promoting the compassionate and respectful
treatment of domestic fowl

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
8 June 2004
Contact:

Karen Davis (00)1-757-678-7875

Watchdog Discusses the Practices of the American Veterinary Medical Association with UPC President Karen Davis, Holly Cheever DVM, and Professor Peter Singer

Monday, June 7, Watchdog, hosted by Karen Dawn, looked at the American Veterinary Medical Association. KPFK listeners were shocked to learn some of the practices the AVMA supports, and what animal friendly legislation it has opposed. Guests:

Karen Davis, PhD President of United Poultry Concerns, author of Prisoned Chickens, Poisoned Eggs , who has been battling the AVMA on behalf of birds, for years.

Holly Cheever, DVM Spokesperson for campaigns by the Association of Veterinarians for Animal Rights, aimed at pushing the AVMA to adopt resolutions on animal welfare.

Professor Peter Singer Author of Animal Liberation , and president of Animal Rights International, which has been targeting the AVMA for animal unfriendly policies.

To learn more about the guests, visit: http://www.DawnWatch.com/Watchdog.htm

You can listen to the show on this Audio Archive:

http://live.palosverdes.com/ramgen/watchdog/watchdog20040607.rm

To learn more about United Poultry Concerns' battle with the AVMA, visit:

http://www.upc-online.org/avma/

Watchdog is hosted by Karen Dawn and produced by Karen Dawn and Janee Taylor. It airs Mondays at 2pm on KPFK, the Pacifica station at 90.7 FM in Los Angeles and San Diego, and 98.7 in Santa Barbara. If you are not in range you can listen live on line at 2pm US Pacific Time, 5pm Eastern: http://www.KPFK.org . (DawnWatch is an animal advocacy media watch that looks at animal issues in the media and facilitates one-click responses to the relevant media outlets. To subscribe email KarenDawn@DawnWatch.com for alerts.)

United Poultry Concerns is a nonprofit organization that promotes the compassionate and respectful treatment of domestic fowl. www.upc-online.org