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We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinion of our correspondents in the following letters. RHAGATT, CORWEN, N. WALES, 3rd April, 1914. To the Editor of Yr Adsain." Sir, Many of your readers will be interested to know that the DOGS PROTECTION BILL will come on for second reading in the House of Commons on April 17th. The Bill aims at exempting dogs from all vivi sectional experi- ments. The practice of Vivisection involves much pain to dogs, who are very often kept for observation for several weeks after the operation. I appeal to your readers to think of the happy relationship which exists between them and their dogs, and to ak themselves whether they would permit their own dogs to be used for this practice. If they find that they are opposed to the vivisection of dogs, let them write to-day to their Member of Parliament' asking him to support this worthy Bill. Yours faithfully, SIDNEY LLOYD. Secretary National Canine Defence League for ?. 1-1 Meiricneihshire.