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By Amy Lieberman | 4

Innovative program finds safe haven for rescued beagles. Freedom and Bigsby are both Beagles under the age of three, but it was only at the end of December when they took their first steps on grass. It was at first a frightening, and the… more ›

Beagle Freedom Project Takes Wing
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daryl b.
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daryl b.
3 years ago

this really breaks my heart years ago we had and may still have a facility for beagles going to labs. it was a breeding facility and had over 1800 begals. they are aparently prized for experiments

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StephGray
3 years ago

This is an extremely wonderful program. The least these dogs are owed after being in a cage their entire lives and never seeing or feeling sunlight, but instead having life be one of being continually experimented.
How cruel it would be to kill Bigsby, Freedom and all the other beagles after depriving them of everything that is natural to dogs and making them ingest household products, cosmetics and drugs.
Also, it is particularly sad that beagles are the dog of choice for research because they are so loving and friendly. That is such a betrayal. Operation Beagle Rescue at least lets some of these dogs know what it is to be allowed to behave like a dog and hopefully to love and be loved.

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Ches21
3 years ago

I love Beagles, I love all animals, I fell in love with Shilho and even named a rescued female beagle that at the humane socitey last summer.

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Valeska
3 years ago

Thank you Zootoo for bringing awareness of this wonderful organization. The Beagle Freedom Project is truly helping dogs from research laboratories. The most heart-breaking part is knowing their vocal chords have been removed. Thank God for the worker who convinced the center to release the Beagles. It was so much fun watching the dogs running around the lawn -- learning how to enjoy life. On the Beagle Freedom Project website, companies who use animal testing are listed. It is a real eye-opener.

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