Georgia Regents University defended the school’s experimental dental implant procedures on dogs. But after the Humane Society‘s announcement of the school’s canine purchases from Class B vendors – vendors that can buy animals from shelters and other unknown sources,  the school has made some changes. Since the story broke in November, and an undercover video from The Humane Society Investigation of a dog experiencing a painful procedure went viral, the school has since changed their vendor choices. Now, they use solely Class A vendors – vendors that obtain animals specifically bred for clinical trials. The Humane Society  announced publicly that they will attempt to get the school to stop performing dental implants on dogs completely.

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