Put a stop to lethal party pill testing on animals.
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Dogs and rats will be forced to take lethal doses of party pills under a controversial scientific testing method being considered by the Government to determine whether the designer drugs are safe for humans.
Both rats and dogs would be subject to a lethal dose 50 per cent (LD50) test, where doses of the drug increase until half the test group dies. The method is banned in Britain and is not recognised by the OECD.
"Any test at all for this product on animals is quite frankly abhorrent. This is a product that is of no benefit to humans. In addition to doing considerable harm to the animals, it has no beneficial outcome whatsoever. Therefore, [the testing] should not be allowed." SPCA Auckland chief executive Bob Kerridge.
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