Lab Animal Welfare

It is estimated that at least 25-35 million vertebrate animals are used in laboratories in the United States, including approximately more than 1.5 million in Massachusetts. Worldwide, the number is thought to be well over 100 million. The most common species — listed from most to least often used — are mice, rats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, farm animals (such as sheep and pigs), dogs, primates, and cats.

Overview

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Lab Animal Alternatives

Lab Animal Alternatives

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Product Safety Testing

Product Safety Testing

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Chimps and Research

Chimps and Research

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Genetic Engineering

Genetic Engineering

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Leaping Bunny Program

Leaping Bunny Program

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Animals in Education

Animals in Education

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Cruelty-Free Labeling

Cruelty-Free Labeling

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