Ban Muscular Dystrophy Dog Labs at Texas A&M

PETITION: Ban Muscular Dystrophy Dog Labs at Texas A&M

TARGET: Michael K. Young, Dr. Joe Kornegay, Texas A&M University, Dean Eleanor M. Green

Going in conjunction with change.org - experimenters and experimental breeders at Texas A&M intentionally breed golden retrievers to develop different types of muscular dystrophy. These are particularly painful and severe illnesses. These are designed to produce dogs that have progressive muscle wasting and weakness. They have been doing this for about 30 years and have yet to find a cure. This breeding is done intentionally to create as sick a dog as possible.

They intentionally stretch the dogs muscles to create tears in order to help the researchers "solve" the problem. By signing this petition you are asking the researchers to shut down the facility, place the dogs in loving homes, and find new and more humane ways to go about solving the research problem.

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Recent Supporters

Robin Yoakum
  • 7 days ago
Trisha Topping
  • 2 weeks ago
Any animal studies prove that they and humans have a different genetic makeup shame on anyone who has a part in this i sincerely hope you have these experiments done on yourselves you are nothing but evil may you all rot forever in hell
ELIZABETH-ANNE BUONAGURA
  • 3 weeks ago
I am against all forms of cruelty and barbarity to animals
Sherrie Caspers
  • 4 weeks ago
All animals need protected. But I also am a golden retriever lover. These dogs are so loving to every one. Stop what your doing to them Please.
Noemia Ventura
  • 1 month ago
sara Elkins
  • 2 months ago
dog medical experimenting is not even useful to human medicine and is cruel. The only reason these painful and wasteful studies are happening at all is because some researcher landed a profitable grant.
Paula Carrell
  • 2 months ago
Katerina Graham
  • 2 months ago
kasia sutton
  • 3 months ago
St├ęphane DELPECH
  • 3 months ago