A group of animal rights activists briefly interrupted Sunday's Rockies-Dodgers game in the ninth inning by running onto the field carrying signs in protest of the sale of Dodger dogs.

4 miembros de un grupo a favor de los derechos de animales son tacleados por la seguridad en #DodgerStadium #dodgers pic.twitter.com/tb4CQJgoRN

— Eduard Cauich (@ecauich) July 3, 2016

The protesters were quicky apprehended by security and carried off the field. A group called Direct Action Everywhere stated in a press release that the group is demanding that the Dodgers "stop selling animal products, support equal rights for all animals to be free from captivity and harm."

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Speaking TRUTH at #Dodgers Stadium today #SavingMiley pic.twitter.com/Ip2hAymgpp

— DxE (@DxEverywhere) July 4, 2016

Via @dxeverywhere:

"The LA Dodgers relentlessly promote their 'Dodger Dogs' as fun, family-friendly fare," said DxE activist Zoe Rosenberg, "but the truth is that Dodger Dogs are made from piglets who were taken from their family, thrown into a massive prison, and tormented by disease and neglect that would horrify any family."