1. It is a news article from the same newspaper that has misquoted me, personally. I would not take every word as fact.
2. Veterinary schools use animals for practice, and although the article state "medical school", I have doubts that it is the "human" medical school. División de Ciencias Veterinarias
3. There are no pictures or videos showing any suffering, from what I could see. That video was a complete waste of my mobile bandwith.
4. Dogs are actually a problem in Guadalajara where they are left to roam the streets, or the lucky ones get to live on some roof and bark all night with no concern from their owners.
Despite the sad music in place of any real facts, I am not moved.
At the UAG, they have in the past had rabbits under anesthesia for surgery. They were humanely treated and managed (more humanely than the department treated the students). We also use cadavers for practice, but the rumor is that they are dead.
Originally Posted by meddeb
"You do not truly understand something unless you can explain it to your grandmother." Albert Einstein