March 31, 2021 Allyson J. Bennett, PhD and Jeremy D. Bailoo, PhD Pets directly benefit from animals in testing, research, and teaching veterinary medicine. In fact, pet medicine is big business, projected to reach $12 billion by 2022. In the US alone, 67% of households reportedly have pets. Data from the 2019-20 pet owners survey … Continue reading Should animal testing be used to produce safe medicines for other animals?
By Michael Brunt Recently a post was written to dispel the myth that animals do not naturally suffer from the same diseases as humans. I thought it appropriate to address another commonly held myth: that animals do not benefit from animal research. The medications and therapies people use could only have been developed through … Continue reading Animal Research Saved Both My Dogs