Iams dog food??
Now, I don't feed any of my dogs Iams, never have, BUT I was wondering how many people have heard about how Iams tests on dogs in their laboratories and if anyone knows whether there is truth behind the horror stories or not? I have read A LOT about how Iams takes dogs and hack off parts of their muscles in the hind legs, to test whether or not their food makes muscles grow back. I have also read about how they will purposely cause organ failure and diseases in the animals to test their products on them, or to preform tests on the organs themselves when the animal passes away in a few days/weeks. I have watched a couple videos on YouTube about it, and I guess it isn't in the ACTUAL Iams lab at their home base (although they won't let people in to see their labs, so who knows). Supposedly it is in their outside laboratories that this has happened, and could still be happening in. I have seen beagles on there as their test "subjects", as well as numerous other animals (not really sure where or how they get them). I was just wondering if anyone else has heard of this, and whether or not it is fact or fiction? A few other companies have been known to do some testing like this on dogs, but I am not 100% sure which ones though.