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Would You Experiment on Your Dog? Or Cat? Or Hamster?

Photo: HSUS

Photo: HSUS

At first, most people will respond to this question with an immediate negation. But asked whether or not they want progress in medical research they would mostly support this, even if it includes experiments on animals. In times of medical crises these numbers rise, as can be seen with the spread of ebola.

So first of all, finding alternatives to these inhumane experiments is crucial, and secondly, educating the public on what kind of experiments are done and to whom is essential. Progress is being made, but there still are many unnecessary torture-like experiments being done on animals.

“Almost a year has passed since the release of our investigation that captured painful dental experiments on dogs like Shy Guy behind closed doors at Georgia Regents University (GRU). Fortunately, the university agreed to stop buying dogs from random-source “Class B” dealers in response to our investigation. But it appears that lethal experiments continue on other dogs, and additional public pressure is needed to bring them to an end.”

Please read more and take action

https://secure.humanesociety.org/site/Advocacy;jsessionid=7A461EAE09E145F29E6C5057A9D24EDE.app338b?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=6591&autologin=true&s_src=em_ha093014#.VDOTfktzFD8

Thank you for spreading the word on animal awareness!

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