WATCH: TV ad exposes puppy abuse at Milwaukee VA lab

Posted by Justin Goodman
23 November 2017 | Blog, POW


Milwaukee’s Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center (Milwaukee VAMC) is one of only three VA facilities in the U.S. still using your tax dollars for painful and wasteful experiments on dogs that are opposed by most veterans, Congress and 75 percent of Americans. As we exposed earlier this year, the Milwaukee VA procures 6-month-old beagle puppies, drills into their skulls and collapses their lungs.

As reported by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, White Coat Waste Project is making sure that taxpayers in Wisconsin know what they’re being forced to pay for with this new TV ad running all through Thanksgiving weekend in Milwaukee on CNN, ESPN, Fox News, MSNBC and NBC:

Help stop the VA from using your money to abuse and kill puppies in Milwaukee and other facilities. Urge your Congress members to support the bipartisan PUPPERS Act to end taxpayer funding for the VA’s most painful dog experiments.

Blog Comments

Please recognize that animals have feelings, feel pain and it is time that we humans stop using them for our selfish and sadistic desires! In this age there must be other ways to test!

What ever happened to animal cruelty laws they should not allow labs to study on animals

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