UN INT Intro Text w/ Responsive Image - *Important Note* You must UNLINK this shared library component before making page-specific customizations.
Update: If you feel that you were misled by Canada Goose's claims of "[e]thically sourced down and fur" and "humane treatment" of animals used for its coats, please e-mail us your story at Info@peta.org.
Cruelty can be found in every stitch of Canada Goose's jackets and other clothing items. Coyotes trapped for the company's fur-trimmed jackets can suffer for days and face blood loss, shock, dehydration, frostbite, gangrene, and attacks by predators. Mothers desperate to get back to their starving pups have attempted to chew off their own limbs to escape. Animals who don't succumb to the elements, blood loss, infection, or predators are often strangled, stomped on, or bludgeoned to death when the trapper returns.
Ducks and geese suffer as well, no matter their origin. Relying on standards or certifications has proved unreliable, and eyewitness investigations have shown that some suppliers lie because they have a vested interest in protecting their businesses. Birds used for down are often picked up by their necks, wings, or feet and stuffed into crates for a grueling journey, through all weather extremes, to a slaughterhouse, where they're hung upside down and killed after watching others die before them. All down comes from birds who are eventually killed in a violent, painful way. There's nothing warm or cozy about the cruelty that Canada Goose stitches into its jackets. Urge the company to stop selling fur and goose down now!