Luigi is an adorable, sweet, little guy, about 15 pounds, full of love, completely trained and obedient. Loves people, all animals and just needs his forever home. please contact us here for more details and how to meet this special guy!
Blue Bell is a doll and full of personality! Initially rescued from the streets by a homeless man, she received lots of love and had constant companionship. While this gentleman was devoted to Blue Bell he couldn't care for her for very long. This time around, Blue Bell is looking for a forever home! She is an adventurous girl and loves people more than any yummy snack! She is currently receiving professional obedience training and is a quick study. She likes to show off her manners and is always happy. Blue Bell LOVES belly-rubs, soft pillows and car rides, she's ready to go home with you now!
Welcome to Beagle Freedom Project, a mission to rescue beagles used in animal experimentation in research laboratories and give them a chance at life in a loving forever home. In this site you can read rescue stories, watch videos, learn more about beagles used in animal testing, and how you can help by fostering, adopting, sponsoring and donating.
Beagle Freedom Project began in December 2010 when Shannon Keith received information that beagles who were used for animal experiments in a research lab were to be given a chance at freedom. Our mission is rescuing and finding homes for beagles used in laboratory research.
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.
Testing done on beagles in university and other research facilities includes medical/pharmaceutical, household products and cosmetics. When they are no longer wanted for research purposes, some labs attempt to find homes for adoptable, healthy beagles. Working directly with these labs, Beagle Freedom Project is able to remove and transport beagles to place them in loving homes. All rescues are done legally with the cooperation of the facility.