Beagle Puppies Are Routinely Blinded During Quality Tests For P&G Shampoos! Act Now!
In the 21st century, believed to be the era of technology and extraordinary development and progress, companies such as Procter & Gamble are using archaic methods to do routine tests and quality checks on their products. Thousands of beagle puppies are forced to undergo such inhumane tests, just to ensure shampoo such as ‘Head and Shoulders’ (anti-dandruff solution) reaches customers in the perfect formula. During these lab experiments, beagles are frequently blinded due to the chemicals that are poured on their head and face.
Even if they lose sight in one eye, those puppies will be used again in other tests, until they end up being completely blind.
Unfortunately, the worldwide trend of using beagle puppies on these tests seems to be going up, as the British government has recently approved a beagle testing facility in Yorkshire, in spite of massive protests. It is unclear if the UK government will be ‘renting’ the plant to private companies as well.
In either way, P&G needs to halt all testing on beagles as soon as possible and develop alternative, humane methods to test their products. Using defenseless puppies and causing them severe injuries for quality checks is highly unethical and should not be allowed to happen by a company that calls itself ‘responsible’.
We would also like to inform company officials that we will be imposing a total boycott on P&G – we will be throwing out all our Procter & Gamble products and we will not buy others until our demands have been met.
*Sign Here: http://www.yousignanimals.org/Beagle-puppies-are-routinely-blinded-during-quality-tests-for-PG-shampoos-Act-Now-t-5339*