Rescued Beagles Walking On The Grass For The First Time Is The Best Thing You'll Watch Today!

Rescued Beagles Walking On The Grass For The First Time Is The Best Thing You'll Watch Today!

When these beagles were rescued from the laboratories, the first thing on their mind was to probably run free. Their wish was granted! These rescued beagles were set free to run on grass for the very first time! This made me cry tears of happiness!

Late last year, Fox aired a show called a “Cause for Paws” on Thanksgiving Day, a show completely dedicated to dogs. One portion of this show was dedicated to the outstanding work that the Beagle Freedom Project does on a continual basis – save dogs and give them a new life. You see, some laboratories use beagles for various testing, and so the Beagle Freedom Project is dedicated to freeing these poor souls and giving them a new hope to life 🙂 Here’s a video that shows you how these beagles felt when they touched grass for the first time. How they experienced the world outside their lab kennel 🙂 This is beautiful beyond words 🙂

Click Here To View This Beautiful Video Dedicated To These Adorable Beagles!

Before we view the video let me tell you a brief about the Beagle Freedom Project 🙂 Established in December 2010, this amazing foundation was born when Shannon Keith found out that beagles were used for animal experiments in research labs. They knew then that these beagles had to be given a chance at freedom. According to them, “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.” I couldn’t agree more!

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