In the summer of 1965, a female Dalmatian was stolen from a farm in Pennsylvania. Her story changed America.
The confessions of a reluctant vivisector.
The increasingly irrelevant fight to protect dogs from medical experimentation.
A 1965 dog-napping leads to the passage of the Animal Welfare Act.
Pepper arrives at a laboratory in the Bronx.
Pepper, the stolen dog who changed American science.