The Case Against "B" Dealers
USDA licensed Class "B" animal dealers sell dogs and cats to research facilities at huge profits. These animal dealers are licensed to purchase, transport and re-sell animals. However, they routinely violate the law by acquiring animals (often stolen pets) from fraudulent sources and abusing and neglecting them.
The Case Against "B" Dealers presents interviews with convicted USDA licensed "B" dealers and documents the failure of the USDA/APHIS to enforce the Animal Welfare Act to protect America's companion animals from ending up in research laboratories.