WCW TV Ads Hit Home of VA’s Most Painful Dog Lab

Posted by Justin Goodman
01 December 2017 | Newsworthy, POW


Starting on Veterans Day, our national TV ad campaign exposing the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) painful and wasteful dog experiments has hit Washington, D.C.Cleveland and Milwaukee.

Now, the ads are storming the airwaves in Richmond, Virginia, home of the VA’s most horrific dog laboratories where puppies are subjected to “maximum pain” heart attack experiments. WCW is currently suing the Richmond VA for secrecy about its experiments and suing the City of Richmond for censoring our proposed bus ads about the experiments.

We’re fighting the Richmond VA’s waste, secrecy, and abuse with this hard-hitting TV ad on CNN, ESPN, Fox News, MSNBC and other channels to make sure Virginia taxpayers know what they’re being forced to pay for.


Richmond, Cleveland and Milwaukee are the only three cities where the VA is still conducting painful taxpayer-funded experiments on dogs. The Richmond VA is the only government facility performing “maximum pain” tests on dogs.

Help stop the VA from using your money to abuse and kill dogs for “maximum pain” experiments. Urge your Congress members to support the bipartisan PUPPERS Act.

Blog Comments

Please stop this cruel testing on animals. This is cruel and unnecessary. Inhumane treatment of animals must stop. Please help stop this testing. Thank you!

Please stop this cruel testing on animals.

Stop animal testing now!!

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