Five dogs died in a mere week at this year's Iditarod race -- and those are just the ones we know about.
At this appallingly cruel event, dogs are forced to haul hundreds of pounds of weight for over 100 miles a day, in frigid temperatures that can reach 60 degrees below zero. In 2017 alone, three dogs were raced to death on the trail, one died of hyppthermia on a plane, and another was hit by a car.
A shocking 150 dogs have reportedly died since the Iditarod's inception in 1973.
And it is not reported how many dogs die shortly after the race -- or how many were cruelly "culled" because they weren't fast enough to enter (as is common practice, and even recommended in some training manuals).
As a sponsor of the Iditarod, Coca Cola is promoting some of the most hideous forms of animal cruelty.
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