IAMS IS DOING HORRIBLE THINGS TO DOGS

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IAMS IS DOING HORRIBLE THINGS TO DOGS

Post by Walter » Sun, 14 Dec 2003 15:28:50



You should know one of the single best reasons never to buy a food
made by IAMS. Here it is:

http://www.iamscruelty.com/iams-video.html

 
 
 

IAMS IS DOING HORRIBLE THINGS TO DOGS

Post by Sunni » Sun, 14 Dec 2003 17:29:40


Quote:
>You should know one of the single best reasons never to buy a food
>made by IAMS. Here it is:

I'm not sure I'd believe anything put out by or in any way connected to PETA.

-sunny

 
 
 

IAMS IS DOING HORRIBLE THINGS TO DOGS

Post by Walter » Mon, 15 Dec 2003 05:08:46


Quote:

> >You should know one of the single best reasons never to buy a food
> >made by IAMS. Here it is:

> I'm not sure I'd believe anything put out by or in any way connected to PETA.

> -sunny

I don't necessarily like their politics but without them, the torture
of animals around the worls would never be revealed. They are fanatics
and in a way that is good because htey will do what htey have to to
get inside these facilities.  Remeber too it was PETAS original
investigation that got IAMS to publicaly say they would not harm dogs
anymore as a result of PETAS work a few years back. Yet in this new
video (you can get a copy very easily to confirm what and where it was
shot at) you can see:

IAMS dogs dumped on cold concrete flooring after having huge chunks of
muscle cut out of their thighs

dogs and cats gone stir-crazy from confinement; dogs and cats in
windowless, dungeon-like buildings

a coworker who instructed her to hit the dogs on the chest if they
quit breathing; another coworker who talked about an Iams dog found
dead in his cage, bleeding from his mouth

a dog who limped in pain from Lyme disease

cruel studies done by Iams involving sticking tubes down dogs' throats
to force them to ingest vegetable oil

Iams dogs with such severe tartar buildup on their teeth that it was
painful for them to eat

vet technicians with inadequate training and experience performing
invasive procedures

coworkers who talked about a live kitten who was washed down a drain

coworkers who talked about how they had to go home because the ammonia
fumes in the animal trailers were so overpowering that it made their
eyes burn (try being one of the animals in those cages!)

cats kept in a cinderblock room with crude wooden "resting" boards
that had nails sticking out of them; one of the boards fell on a cat,
crushing her to death, while our investigator was there yet the lab
director did not remove the boards when the cat was crushedhe removed
them when he was told that the lab was going to be inspected because
he knew they were illegal