USA: Petition:Stop Deadly VA Paralysis Experiments on Dogs.




SIGN: Stop Deadly VA Paralysis Experiments on Dogs

Posted by Carly Day

 SIGN: Stop Deadly VA Paralysis Experiments on Dogs


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PETITION TARGET: Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie

The US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is moving forward with plans to torture and murder dogs in a series of horrific experiments.

In these gruesome and cruel tests right out of the dark ages, dogs are sliced open, paralyzed, traumatized and then put down once they are no longer “useful.”

Some of the shocking procedures the VA performs on dogs include:

·         Removing parts of live dogs’ brains.

·         Placing electrodes on dogs’ spinal cords and inducing coughing. Then the spinal cord is severed, and testing continues.

·         Pacemakers are implanted, then researchers purposely induce abnormal heart beats, create heart attacks and block the dogs’ arteries with latex. The nerves that assist the brain in controlling their hearts are severed. The dogs are then forced to run on treadmills to further stress their hearts.

These innocent animals suffer from immense physical pain and emotional distress. Once the research is complete, all the dogs are killed.

In spite of the controversy surrounding these gruesome experiments and continued pressure from both lawmakers and animal advocacy groups, the VA continues to subject dogs to these unethical and needless tests. We must speak out to end this travesty.

Sign this petition urging Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie to stop these experiments, and turn his focus to finding humane research methods that do not involve animal torture.

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