WCW’s Veterans Day TV Ad Exposes VA Dog Abuse

Posted by Justin Goodman
10 November 2017 | Newsworthy, POW


We’re proud to have the support of national veterans’ groups, veterans serving in Congress, a majority of veterans and their families, the entire House of Representatives, and countless taxpayers who want to end the VA’s wasteful spending on “maximum pain” heart attacks experiments and other abusive tests on dogs.

The VA is still resisting because it wants to keep the money flowing, so for Veterans Day weekend we’re launching a TV ad campaign in the nation’s capital to let even more Americans know that they’re being forced to fund this dog abuse while VA is failing to provide many of our nation’s veterans the care, services and benefits they deserve.

Here’s the commercial we’re running on network and cable TV channels in the Washington, DC area, including Fox, CNN, CBS and others:


Take a moment to write your Congress members and urge them to support the bipartisan PUPPERS Act to cut federal funding for the most painful dog experiments at the VA.

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