Only a few miles outside of Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, there are 750 female dogs kept in small cages in windowless sheds, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. These dogs never see sunlight, they never touch grass, and they have no dog beds or dog toys in their cages. Their cages are elevated to allow their urine and feces to fall through, and they spend their lives on wire mesh flooring, never touching solid ground. They are repeatedly bred and their puppies are sold to labs across the country for experimentation, almost always ending in premature death. And this is all totally legal – for now.
They need our help
These dogs need our help to fight back and educate the voters on alternatives to painful experimentation on dogs and cats – technology like computer models, organs-on-a-chip, and human cell culture tests. Please help us spread the word to get those sweet dogs out of those windowless sheds and into loving families.