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In fact, the majority of dogs bred and sold for experimentation are beagles , which are considered ideal because of their docile, human-trusting personality. In other words, the very traits that have made them such loving and loyal companions to humans are the ones that humans exploitto best manipulate them in labs.

Even when legal standards are adhered to — and they often are not — thepermitted abuse to which these dogs are subjected is horrifying. They are often purposely starved or put into a state of severe thirst to induce behavior they would otherwise not engage in. They are frequently bred deliberately to have crippling, excruciating diseases, or sometimes are brought into life just to have have their organs, eyes, and other body parts removed and studied as puppies, and then quickly killed.

They are force-fed laundry detergents, pesticides, and industrial chemicals to the point of continuous vomiting and death. They are injected with lethal pathogens such as salmonella or rabies. They have artificial sweetener injected into their veins that causesthe dogs’ testicles to shrink before theyarekilled and exsanguinated. Holes are drilled into their skulls so that viruses can be injected into their brains. And all of that is perfectly legal.

The horrors of the dog experimentation industryare on vivid display at Ridglan Farms Inc., one of the three largestfirms in the U.S. that provides beagles to research facilities. Located in Dane County, Wisconsin — on a hill west of Madison — the corporation, according toDirect Action Everywhere, or DxE, investigators, provides dogs to research facilities that include the University of Wisconsin, the University of Minnesota, and various colleges within the University of California system.

Last spring, activists with DxE entered a door that was ajar at the Ridglan facility in order to investigate conditions inside, document what they saw, and rescue a sampling of dogs in particular distress. What they found horrified even these hardened activists, who have seen years worth of severe animal abuse.DxE activists spent a year investigating the facility and the industry its serves, and are releasing their footage and accompanying report for the first time today.

One of the DxE investigators, Wayne Hsiung, told The Intercept, “As you approach the facility, the smell is overwhelming — exactly the same smell from a dog meat slaughterhouse in China.” The first thing the investigators saw upon entering — as demonstrated by the photo at the top of this article — wasthat “the dogs are housed in huge industrial sheds with massive ventilation fans, very similar to the sheds used in factory farms.” Hsiung, a former lawyer, added in an email:

Thousands of dogs are held in cages, usually 1-2 to a cage and stacked on top of one another, that are about twice the length of the dog’s body. We found no facilities for the dogs to step outside or exercise.The dogs sit on their own feces and urine, unable to escape their own waste. Dogs are routinely so desperate to escape that they slam themselves against the cage walls, desperately stretch their paws through the bars, and sometimes chew on the cages.The screams of the dogs in the facility are so loud that we were forced to yell at one another to communicate, even when we were only a foot away from one another.

Welcome!

The Stanford Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Grappling club is a safe and friendly place to train submission grappling and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu techniques. We have excellent instructors, and we offer 7 practices per week. See our times and location below. If you're interested strengthening your game, learning to defend yourself, or just a fun way to get a good workout in, we'd love to have you.See you on the mat!

Marco Zulauf

Swiss-born Marco trained with BJJ Team Basel under Claude Jaeger, before moving to San Jose in 2012. Now he trains at the Caio Terra Academy with other world class fighters. In 2015 Marco was promoted to black belt by eleven time world champion Caio Terra. Marco was formerly ranked first in his division by the IBJJF. He is a two time European Open Champion, a three time American National Champion, and the 2015 No-gi Brown Belt World Champion. Marco is a certified teacher in Northern California under the Caio Terra Association. Marco teaches our morning classes.

Kevin Kopecky

Kevin started training at the Indiana University BJJ Club. After graduating, Kevin moved to Indianapolis to train with Atos affiliate Evan Mannweiler, American Top Team affiliate Carlos Diaz, and Carlson Gracie Jr. affiliate Alan Stockman. Kevin received his brown belt from Evan Mannweiler in 2014 and taught gi and no-gi classes at American Top Team Indianapolis until moving to California in November 2016. He is now a black belt. Through Jiu Jitsu and submission grappling, Kevin's goal is to provide people with a Way (道) that can effect positive change within their own lives and the lives of those around them. Kevin teaches our evening classes.

Gene Folgo

Gene is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt under Marco Nascimento and his instructor Adilson "Bitta" Lima. Gene began training through the club programs at Brown University. Gene has trained with Geoff Balme of Gracie Barra Boston at Brown and Gustavo Dantas of Nova União in Arizona. Upon moving to California in 2007, Gene began training under Marco Nascimento of Peninsula BJJ in Foster City. Gene has won gold at the 2008 American Cup; silver at the 2008 and 2009 U.S. Open, and the 2009 Pan American Championship; and bronze at the 2008 American National Championship. Gene teaches our afternoon class.

Location.

We're located on the Stanford campus, in the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation (ACSR). Our practices take place in the mat room, right by the front door.

Schedule.

We offer seven classes a week. Mornings, evenings, and Sunday afternoons--plus open mat.

Dues.

We collect dues once an academic quarter. Each quarter is about 3 months long.

Join us!

Here are a few things you should do if you want to get involved:

Join us!

Here are a few things you should do if you want to get involved:

Questions? Get in touch.

Tai Kao-Sowa
President
tkaosowa@stanford.edu
Cole Sitron
Vice-President
csitron@stanford.edu
Brett Salazar
Financial Officer
bsalazar@stanford.edu

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