Stop all testing and breeding of any animals of all kinds. Animal testing is not beneficial because they cause animals pain. They breed animals for testing and for research for checking if an experiment goes right.Most animals are killed during the testings. We shouldn’t have testing because of that.
21st Century In the 21st century I would get rid of animal testing .Animal research has had a vital role in many scientific and medical advances of the past century and continues to aid our understanding of various diseases throughout the world. There are countless reasons why I would personally get rid
For Animal Rights Animals are used for a variety of different tests. Human disease cures are always tried on animals first, most make up must perform experiments with the product on animals first, and dogs and pigs are used to practice surgery on for surgeons. It is not fair and humane to conduct experiments on animals to make sure a product or procedure is safe for us to use or endure. There are no legitimate reasons that an animal’s life is worth less than our own. I think that animal's should have similar rights that people have because they too feel pain and experience emotions and just because they look different doesn’t mean that they are that much different than us.
To begin with, animals ' rights are abused when they are utilized as a part of research. Animals and individuals are similar in numerous ways; they both feel, think, act on, and encounter torment. Therefore, animals should be treated with the same dignity as people. However animals ' rights are disregarded when they are utilized as a part of research since they are not given a decision. Animals are subjected to tests that are again and again agonizing or cause lasting harm or even death, and they are never given the alternative of not taking part in the experiment. Animals don 't freely give themselves up for the progression of
What is animal testing some people ask, and why is it such a big deal? The definition that the Human Society International gave was animal testing is preforming procedures on living animals to future basic research for biology, diseases, and new medicines. Animal testing becomes a big deal when there are test that are just cruel and have no real outcome that will help humans. The first animal tests started with Aristotle and Erasistratus back in the third and fourth century BCE. Then in the second century, Galen started dissecting pigs and
Each year in U.S. laboratories, small animals are tortured in several ways such as being deafened, having their skin burned off, and having holes drilled in their heads (PETA, “Animals in Medical Experiments”). These cruel abuses can be prevented if animal testing is eliminated. Animal testing is an inhumane method of research that uses animals to ensure the safety of medicines and cosmetic products for human beings. As suggested by Kristina Cook, small animals such as mice, rabbits, and guinea pigs are the creatures who are subjected most to the torture, but larger animals including primates and dogs are also frequently used for experimentation.
Animal Testing: The Inhumane Treatment of the Innocent As human beings, we all have basic rights. Animals, on the other hand, do not get a choice in what is done to them. Animals being used for research dates back to the 1500s. It is estimated that 26 million are used for commercial or scientific research every year. People often disagree on whether animals should have rights. Though they are without a voice, they still have feelings and suffer from pain just as humans do. There are better alternatives to animal testing, such as ones that do not include the suffering and torture of defenseless animals. Although animal research benefits humans in numerous ways, animals have feelings and should have rights just as humans do.
Every year, millions of animals are killed or poisoned, and put through extreme cruelty and suffering just so that inhuman and outdated tests can attempt to evaluate the hazards of consumer products and the ingredients included in them. In an experiment to measure poisonous effects many animals, such as mice, rabbits, rats, guinea pigs, and many more, are forced to inhale or swallow large quantities of a test substance or have some type of chemical smeared onto their skin or into their eyelids (“8 Million Signatures Needed in Fight Against Animal Testing”). As stated before, it is now known that only a small percentage of tests result in good outcomes, so why are the animals put through the torture or suffering that the laboratories put them
Anna Hanger Mr. Graham Honors English 2nd Hour 4/27/16 Initial Rough Draft Animal testing is seemingly needed to test medicines, cosmetics, and other consumer products. Imagine poor helpless animals, trapped in cages, and having chemicals injected into their bodies. These animals just want to be free, but they are treated poorly so the scientists know if a product is safe or not for humans. But who is this really helping? The animals are being mistreated by being experimented on the humans behalf. Some of the experiments fail and end up killing the innocent animals. Animals should have the same rights humans have. They feel pain, they have emotions like humans, but they do not have the voice to say no. Even though some say that it is necessary to test on animals, there are better methods of testing consumer products.
As a society we have failed to notice, it’s everywhere. The animal testing footprint. Aeroguard, Chapstick, Michael Kors, Palmolive and Dettol: these common household brands all have the dark footprints of animal experimentation embedded into it.
Therefore, animals deserve rights to protect their lives and sanity. Animals should be given more legal rights and protection to prevent harm caused by any animal experimentations and factory farms.
First, animals' rights are violated when they are used in research. Tom Regan, a philosophy professor at North Carolina State University, states: "Animals have a basic moral right to respectful treatment. . . .This inherent value is not respected when animals are reduced to being mere tools in a scientific experiment" (qtd. in Orlans 26). Animals and people are alike in many ways; they both feel, think, behave, and experience pain. Thus, animals should be treated with the same respect as humans. Yet animals' rights are violated
If we as individuals are able to have rights, shouldn’t animals be able to have rights as well? It’s not right people are able to own animals and legally starve them, experiment and kill them because a researcher wants to run a test and if they did what they’re doing to a human then it might be considered illegal and the people are able to speak and sue them. Just because humans and chimpanzees are scientifically similar in genetics, that doesn’t mean people are the same as them. Animals — specifically Mice are some of the most common animals to be used for experimentation because of how cheap they are and it’s easy for researchers to breed them. Although the success of technology and science is generally advancing, that still doesn’t mean we should fully rely on animal experimentation to find out what can help us and what can’t. Although researchers mean well and want to help as many people out, animalsexperiementation is not the way to go as animals have to suffer in order to help us and the results haven’t always shown to be the most progressive when it comes to solving our health issues.
Animal testing is cruel towards the animals that are used for research. During animal testing sometimes the animals are not fully cared for or the medicine tested on them can end up harming them. If a bad reaction to the medicine happens, then the scientist know that there is something wrong with the medicine and they must fix it before they release it. Some animals also get performed on surgically and may not get the proper medicine and care before and after the surgery, “the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) reported in 2016 that 71,370 animals suffered pain during experiments while being given no anesthesia for relief” (“Animal”). These animals are risking their lives
In addition, in extreme cases, which are becoming to be more common, animals are put to death from animal testing. “Each year, more than 100 million animals...are killed in U.S. laboratories for biology lessons, medical training, curiosity-driven experimentation, and chemical, drug, food, and cosmetics testing” (“Experiments on Animals”). The injuries