How bad is the abuse on mice for Botox? What do they do to the mice and what kind of pain do they go through?
The Irish Anti-Vivisection Society campaigns peacefully to abolish all animal experiments in Ireland
We do this by continually requesting information from the Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) and informing the public about animal experiments. As public money is involved in funding some animal experimentation work, we believe this entitles the public to know what is going on behind closed doors of Irish laboratories. Along with the European Coalition to End Animal Experiments (ECEAE) we challenge decision-makers and lobby Government officials to make a positive difference for animals. We also fund non-animal research grants and promote a cruelty free lifestyle.
Despite growing public concern and increasing developments in non-animal research technologies, animals continue to be used in cruel and unreliable tests all over the world. In Ireland alone, over 121,000 animals were used in experiments in Irish laboratories in 2021.
European citizens have demanded an end to the harmful use of animals in cosmetics and other chemical tests.
Experiments on primates have increased over 50% worldwide since 1970 and are still on the increase worldwide.
12 million animals are used annually in experiments in Europe.
New law for lab animals represents the biggest change in this field since the 1876 Cruelty to Animals Act.
Our campaign to end animal testing for cosmetics has come to an end. The EU is now free of all new animal tested cosmetics
The IAVS have been working behind the scenes for many years to secure the release of dogs from a laboratory in Ireland.