What You Can Do
Call, write, e-mail, or fax Iams and Proctor & Gamble. Tell them that you won’t buy Iams products for your animal companions until they stop conducting
experiments on animals and, instead, rely on laboratory analysis of formulas for nutritional composition
and in-home studies using dogs and cats who have been volunteered by their human companions.
Dan Rajczak, General Manager
7250 Poe Ave.
Dayton, OH 45414-5801
A.G. Lafley, CEO
Procter & Gamble Co.
1 Procter & Gamble Plz.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Bill Miller, Director of Sales
920 Gana Ct.
Mississauga, ON L5S 1Z4
1-800-658-5657 (press 5 for the name directory)
Procter & Gamble
Surrey KT13 0XP
+44 (0)1932 896000
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Educate others in your community by writing a letter to the editor. (Click here for PETAs tips on how to write a letter to the editor.)
Take Iams literature to your local pet stores,
veterinary offices, and animal shelters. Talk with the people at these
places and encourage them to stock dog and cat food that is not tested
on animals in labs. You may want to check out our frequently
Spend an hour over the weekend or during lunch hour handing out Iams literature at your local dog park. Well
send you the literature for free! Engage people in conversation about
Iams cruelty. You may want to check out our frequently
Sponsor a billboard in your community. Click
here to see what we have available. Then, find a billboard company
that will post the board, make sure you can afford it, then click
here to contact PETAs advertising representative.
If you hear of an upcoming Iams-sponsored dog walk in your community, please let us know and do contact
us for ways to represent animals.
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