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@983KGH2from Ontario  answered…3 days

@97WPX5Xfrom Ontario  answered…2wks

In this type of situation, even though it is very beneficial to use animals in testing the safety of drugs we need to reduce the rate of perfectly healthy animals dying and test on the ones that are ill.

@97WDKK8from Nova Scotia  answered…2wks

@97SJM9Zfrom Ontario  answered…2wks

No, because we aren't animals and we have different blood, and mind, everything is different.

@97JL3NKfrom British Columbia  answered…3wks

@977QPNPfrom Ontario  answered…4wks

@96W4M32from Ontario  answered…1mo

@96KSTFXConservativefrom Alberta  answered…2mos

Yes, if it’s beneficial for research purposes and if they’re doing early testing on animals that are considered pests

@96JJRBTfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@96FGKV9from Alberta  answered…2mos

@95FPSGBfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

@842VWLK from Wisconsin answered…3mos

yes, but only if one, it has a low risk of greatly harming the animal, and two, the medical device/vaccine will save millions of lives, wipe out a virus, and/or is groundbreaking. ban cosmetic testing on animals altogether.

@946WVFPfrom Ontario  answered…4mos

Yes, as long as they abide by the relevant moral and safety standards.

@9445DTKfrom Ontario  answered…4mos

Yes, but there needs to be adherence to strict ethical guidelines regarding how the animals are treated.

@942M326from Nova Scotia  answered…4mos

@93Z5GMNLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…4mos

@93X2332from Ontario  answered…5mos

Some animals are fine but there is also a certain threshold or line that should not be crossed ethically, which at that point should be substituted for other methods for testing.

@93WLR2Vfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

Yes, but aim to reduce animal testing as much as possible over time

@93WHRPRfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

Yes, but certain categories of more intelligent beings should be off the charts

@93TM7X6from Nova Scotia  answered…5mos

@7VRTYM5 from New Jersey answered…5mos

@92JXK3J from New York answered…5mos

Not for cosmetics, and ensure that the animals are treated ethically.

@93QZV7Zfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

No, the animals do not deserve to tested on. We should find a different alternative that does not involve living beings that can not consent.

@93KJD86from British Columbia  answered…5mos

Yes, if we don't use animals how are we going to advanced these things. Just please do it humanely.

@93GLTS3 from Nebraska answered…6mos

@93FNHSZ from Illinois answered…6mos

@93B6FPPfrom Ontario  answered…6mos

Yes, but only rats, mice and pigeons/seagulls. Since In todays world they usually are over populated and carry disease otherwise

@92W2JVT from Ohio answered…7mos

@92VCKC2Conservativefrom Saskatchewan  answered…7mos

if they have no other option and there's still many of that species

@92MWQCFfrom British Columbia  answered…7mos

Only as little as possible; it may be bad for the animals and the results may only be appropriate for curing those kind of animals


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