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    The Beagle Freedom Project

    The Beagle Freedom Project is a mission to rescue beagles used in animal experimentation in research laboratories and give them a chance at life in a loving forever home. http://beaglefreedomproject.org/ Read rescue stories, watch videos, learn more about beagles used in animal testing, and how you can help.


    The Beagle Freedom Project

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    After thousands of beagles have been killed - and millions of dollars have been spent - researchers have discovered that smoking cigarettes and inhaling oven cleaner is bad for dogs. Yet the testing continues. Ginger (below, from our Memphis 7 rescue) is one of the few lucky ones to make it out alive. More: www.facebook.com/...

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    Read about the "Beagle Freedom Project"!!!

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    Beagle Freedom Project

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    FOUND!!!!!! Search on for Beagle Rescued from Lab in Spain Pet detectives and search dogs are enlisted to help find beagle 6-4-12

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    (6/5/12) Gadget, one of the original 40 rescued from the Spanish lab, was missing for about a week, but good news...He was FOUND!!!! YAY!!!!!

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    ADOPTED! Shadow is one of the 10 rescued from a laboratory in San Diego, CA and he is looking for a forever home!

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    ADOPTED! Chance is one of the 10 rescued from a laboratory in San Diego, CA.

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    ADOPTED! Smalls (now Rocket) is one of the 10 rescued from a laboratory in San Diego, CA.

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    ADOPTED! Jeffrey is one of the 10 rescued from a laboratory in San Diego, CA. He is a very sweet, quiet and active little guy.

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    ADOPTED! Billy is one of the10 rescued from a laboratory in San Diego, CA. He’s about 22 pounds (a small little guy).

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    ADOPTED! Clover is a little man with a lot of heart & will be very easy to please and is extremely food motivated.

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    ADOPTED! Harry is one of the 10 rescued from a laboratory in San Diego. He has been through some hard times at the lab. He is missing 12 teeth :-(

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    ADOPTED! Fredo is a special boy who was rescued from a laboratory in San Diego. He is quite and shy and will require someone special to help get him out of his shell.

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    ADOPTED! BOGART – Bogart is one of the 10 rescued from a laboratory in San Diego May 2012. He started out very shy and withdrawn but will now come and great every one with a paw shake and a snuggle.

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    ADOPTED! Don Juan is one of the 10 rescued from a laboratory in San Diego, CA May, 2012. Don Juan is quite the Casanova!

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    Free at last! Looking for a forever home to live out his golden years!

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    The beagles were in dire need of a pedicure! Their paws are still soft, as they have never been on walks!!!

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    Beagles rescued from laboratory get new leash on life

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    First step on the grass after a lifetime in a wire cage

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    Beagles are the most popular breed for lab use because of their friendly, docile, trusting, forgiving, people-pleasing personalities. The research industry says they adapt well to living in a cage, and are inexpensive to feed. Research beagles are usually obtained directly from commercial breeders who specifically breed dogs to sell to scientific institutions.

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