For example, neavs said, “if a researcher uses a paralyzing agent on an animal but does not monitor vital signs to make sure she/he is adequately anesthetized, there is a great chance that the animal is actually experiencing pain but unable to move.” Sadly, researchers often lack the training and sensitivity needed for proper animal testing and it’s taken out on the animals. Animal testing is cruel and inhumane and the harm and suffering needs to be put to an
I will be defending the claim that not only is animal testing unethical, but it is unreliable. Also, there are many different resources available now, that animal testing should be prohibited. As far as animal testing for cosmetics, its absurd. Many will be able to defend the claim that animal testing is useful for medical development, but cosmetics are not needed for the health of humans. If one is worried about a certain chemical, and how it reacts on one’s skin, maybe the
Animal testing is a highly controversial subject, disputed among many. It is evidently not pleasant to animals, but it is extremely beneficial for scientific findings. Some say it is a necessary evil, and some say it is animal cruelty. Others cannot simply make up their minds about this subject. Although many people are against animal testing, it must continue due to medicine development, advantages of testing animals over other subjects, and the regulated experiments for the animals’ safety.
Animal testing needs to be discontinued because it is ineffective. Animals are obviously different than humans, and many drugs/cosmetics react to animals and humans react differently.Because animals and humans are so different tests are not accurate and then humans are affected in turn. “The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has noted
We wouldn’t subject our pets to burning, starving, and isolation, so why is it okay to subject other animals to this cruel treatment? Animal testing is harmful not only because it is unsafe, but because it poses a question of moral judgement. Testing on animals should be illegal because it is unethical, drugs that pass animal tests are not necessarily safe, and many animals lack the protection required for their safety. Many people are unaware of the torture animals in labs must endure when being tested on. The harm animals undergo includes being infected with diseases they would not otherwise be susceptible to, electrocution, and having their spines crushed.
Some people still think that this is OK, but many people don´t. I think that animal testing should not be allowed, and here is why… Animal testing is cruel. They are put through devastating processes, just because we don 't want to hurt ourselves by testing the products ourselves. The Humane Society International says that most animals are forced to eat, drink, and in many cases are not allowed to do either one. When animals are testing shampoos, conditioners, and cosmetics, their eyes may be held open for days to see if their eyes become irritated.
Today animal testing should be outlawed. Animal testing should be outlawed because it is cruel, it is not beneficial, and because there are other testing methods that are more accurate, Animal testing is considered animal abuse as many innocent animals are being tortured in labs. Many companies use animals to test their products nevertheless, people could be supporting animal testing without even knowing. When one is picking out shampoo or makeup, one should always stop and read the labels. Despite the steady growth of animal testing, it can be stopped by awareness and not supporting companies that test on animals.
Animal testing is necessary if we want to make timely medical progress . It is true that animal testing is painful, but they are not hideous monsters. Most scientist do not like to do animal testing, they are attached to them. Many people oppose because animal testing is bad. They are tortured during animal testing.
Nevertheless, despite their arguments being supported by validated and reliable evidence, both authors are biased towards their viewpoints. Initially, the authors argue that the domestication of animals must be prohibited as it violates the basic rights of animals and raises moral questions. One right that animals must obtain is the right not to be property. When animals are a property they are mistreated and not protected. Despite the laws that governments such as the US and UK established towards animals, they only seem to be effective when a conflict arises between the owner and the animal.
Although, exists many reasons to be against animal testing, or no less than keeping them in under moral and decent conditions while they are in captivity. Indeed, experimenting with animals has proved in many cases that is a cruel practice, though the use of these beings is unnecessary due to the lack of reliability, the results of the experiments might not be trustworthy when is going to be applied to humans, the pain that is inflicted on animals is just cruel and inhumane. Nevertheless, it cannot be avoided the last test in the human being, with all the precautions and respect that we deserve. In this current society, the equitable solution is to adopt an intermediate position to consider the use of animals trough trials as necessary to conform to the moral imperative to heal and prevent human diseases, but considering ways to replace, reduce their number and decrease their suffering. The solution that is proposed is work in conjunction trying to avoid experiments with animals as much as possible; the experiments can be done with alternative methods, avoiding pain and suffer as a result.