TAILGATE! Anheuser-Busch Amputates Budweiser Clydesdales’ Tailbones

Anheuser-Busch mutilates the famous Clydesdales by severing their tailbones when they’re foals. This is done primarily so the Budweiser Clydesdales will have a distinctive look.

Horses subjected to tail amputation can’t protect themselves from flies or other biting insects, which causes lifetime stress and could increase their risk of being infected with West Nile virus or other pathogens.

Horses also depend on their tails for mobility and to communicate. Tailbone amputation is so harmful that many European countries have completely banned it, as have 10 U.S. states, unless it’s medically necessary. Budweiser representatives disingenuously claim they do it for safety reasons so the tails won’t get caught on the wagon-pulling equipment. But many humane alternatives exist, including braiding and wrapping, both of which are common. There’s no excuse for animal abuse.  Help end the #Tailgate

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