most of The 36 dogs of the breed beagle, which through years has been force-fed pesticides, are expected to die at your own hand. Those of them who do not die, must be killed.
It tells The Humane Society of the United States in several media, among others, the Detroit Free Press and the Huffington Post.
the Association announced this week a video from an undercover investigation that shows that the 36 beagles as a part of a one-year long experiment, has been forced to ingest pesticides in a quantity that ultimately is expected to cost them their lives.
The ongoing study carried out at Charles River Laboratories in Mattawan in the u.s. state of Michigan. It has been commissioned by the company Corteva Agriscience – a subsection of the DowDuPont, which is one of AMERICA's leading chemistry - and landbrugsgiganter.
'The dogs who do not die of the poison in the course of the study, skemasat to be killed in the beginning of July', writes The Humane Society of the United States this week in a press release on their website.
the Test on animals in fact implies, according to the association, that their bodies should be examined to see how the chemicals have affected them.
After the publication of the videos, among other things, dogs get stopped tube down in the throat, has Corteva Agriscience published a press release, in which among other things, they write that 'there are better ways to achieve the desired data', but method is required by the brazilian authorities.
Please read our statement in response to the report published today by the Humane Society of the United States. pic.twitter.com/WO5mEpKTri— Corteva Agriscience™ (@corteva) March 12, 2019
'So soon, the industry will receive information about this test is no longer required, we will immediately stop the test and do everything we can to find new homes for the animals', is it further in the communication, as Corteva Agriscience has posted on their official Twitter profile.
According to the Humane Society have their undercover revelations going on between april and august 2018. They tell us to ANVISA – the brazilian health authorities have given them assurance that you are willing to give permission to waive the one-year-old dyretests, although officially they are required. But Corteva Agriscience according to The Humane Society of the United States sought after more specific guidelines, exactly exempts them from testing pesticides on animals. Before this is done, they will not stop their tests, reads it according to the association.
Please read our updated statement in response to the report published yesterday by the Humane Society of the United States, which inaccurately attributes an animal testing study placed by @Corteva two Dow. pic.twitter.com/glNxWWJCRc— Dow (@DowChemical) March 13, 2019
Experiments going on in hundreds of laboratories every year in the whole country, with more than 60,000 dogs suffering. But it need not be these 36 beaglers fate, says Kitty Block, who is president and ceo of the Humane Society of the United States, to the Huffington Post.
the Association has now set up a petition to get the dogs free from their fate, which right now offers them to die in the lab in Mattawan.