Help dogs scheduled to be killed at a laboratory!
Behind closed doors at an Indiana laboratory, Inotiv, 80 terrified puppies are enduring daily force-feedings of a potentially toxic drug and are scheduled to be killed beginning in mid-May. Another two “stock” dogs have been repeatedly used in “practice” procedures; their counterparts were recently killed and they could be next. We need your help right now to get all 82 dogs out of the laboratory before it’s too late.
Gut-wrenching footage of the agony these dogs are enduring was captured by our undercover investigator, who spent over six months at Inotiv documenting the unfathomable cruelty of life—and death—for dogs and other animals at the laboratory.
Inotiv is paid by companies to carry out animal experiments for them. Crinetics Pharmaceuticals is paying for 80 puppies to be intentionally poisoned daily with various doses of a drug in an attempt to determine if the doses are toxic in humans. By the end of these scheduled studies, some of the dogs will be force-fed the drug for a total of 39 weeks (nearly 10 months), the rest for 16 weeks (approximately four months).
But these tests are deeply flawed. According to multiple sources, including the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, around 90% of drugs fail in human trials. It is estimated that half of these failures are due to unexpected toxic effects in humans that were not detected in animal tests.
Please use this form to email Inotiv and Crinetics Pharmaceuticals demanding that they stop these heartbreaking dog tests, release all 82 dogs to loving homes, and work with the FDA to find a way to conduct these tests without harming additional animals.