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PCN to air live call-in show on animal issues

Animal lovers: Want to talk about puppy mills, the state's stray animal crisis, dog chaining, pigeon shoots, feral hogs, "ag-gag" bills or any other hot animal issues?

PCN to air live call-in show on animal issues

 

Animal lovers: Want to talk about puppy mills, the state's stray animal crisis, dog chaining, pigeon shoots, feral hogs, "ag-gag" bills or any other hot animal issues on the agenda in Harrisburg and throughout the state?

Animal advocate Sen. Andy Dinniman (D., Chester) - sponsor of Daniel's Law which ended gas chambers - and I will be guests on Pennsylvania Cable Network's (PCN) first call-In show dedicated to animal issues tonight at 7 p.m.

(Daniel, pictured above, miraculously survived an Alabama gas chamber and is now living with a family in New Jersey).

If you are not near a TV, you can access the hour-long program live (for a fee) at www.pcntv.com. The station also will be taking questions via Twitter @pcntv.

For night owls or early birds who miss the live show, it will be rebroadcast at midnight and 5 a.m. tomorrow. It also will be available starting tomorrow for several weeks on the website free of charge.

 


(Photo/Aristide Economopoulos/The Star-Ledger)



 

 

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