Definition: Animal testing, also called animal experimentation, is the use of non-human animals in experiments. It is estimated that 50 to 100 million animals are used in the testing of cosmetics and pharmaceutical products. Some animals die because of these experiments, while others are severely injured and live the remainder of their lives suffering from painful conditions as result of these tests.

Purpose: The purpose of this blog is to present the pros, cons, and facts regarding the use of living animals when testing products that may or may not be useful to the human population.


The Horrible Truth

From rats and rabbit to dogs and monkeys and everything in between, animals of all shapes and sizes are used in the testing of everything from skin creams to cancer treatments. A total of 115 million animals a year are used and sometimes killed in the testing of these products, although only six percent of the products actually make it to the consumers.

Uncover the truth on animal testing
When they use animals for testing for medication some people like it now when it comes to testing cosmetics peoples decisions might very.

. Around the world, animals are used to test products ranging from shampoo to new cancer drugs. Almost every medical treatment people use has been tested on animals. However, it is impossible to know exactly how many animals are being used in research because United States laws do not require scientists to report how many animals they use. Some lucky chimps will be able to retire from being used in research to the Chimp Haven sanctuary, built in Shreveport, Louisiana, thanks to a law signed by President Clinton in 2000. 103,764 of the animals made to feel pain were not given anything to reduce their pain and suffering. Although some of this pain was slight like getting an injection with a needle some of it was extremely severe.