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(UK) Animal activists hit out at dog farm

ANIMAL rights campaigners staged a demonstration yesterday to oppose plans for a dog-breeding facility which they claim would lead to animals being bred for experimentation.

B&K Universal was refused planning permission in June to redevelop its facilities in Grimstone, Hull, and has now launched an appeal to England's Planning Inspectorate, based in Bristol.

Members of campaign group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) expressed concern about the proposed facility, which they say would see hundreds of dogs bred to be sold for "deadly experiments" in the UK and abroad.

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