The Protecting Dogs Subjected to Experiments Act (H.R. 8699) will prohibit NIH white coats from experimenting on dogs.

Six-month-old puppies. Vocal cords RIPPED out. Pumped with poison. Eaten alive by starving sand flies and ticks. Injected with cocaine. 

Each year, millions of your tax dollars are wasted to torture dogs in mad science experiments like this, conducted and funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The Protecting Dogs Subjected to Experiments Act would end that.

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