Beagle Freedom Project Rescuing 41 Beagles from Spain In Need of Foster Homes

Beagle Freedom Project Rescue 41 Dogs from Spain
A research beagle during the last Beagle Freedom Project rescue

While we typically move household pets, we are currently assisting the Beagle Freedom Project with transporting forty one rescue research Beagles from Spain to Los Angeles, California. These beagles have spent their lives living in a laboratory being used as test specimens for human pharmaceuticals.

In a conversation with the project's founder, Shannon Keith, she explained to me how these beagles, who range from one to four years old and are all male, have lived in a lab their whole lives without seeing the outside, playing with toys or knowing what it is like to be a dog. Below is a video of a Beagle Freedom Project rescue where you can see the impact this organization can make.

How You Can Help the Spain Research Beagles

The Beagle Freedom Project is urgently in need of both donations and foster homes to help rescue these beagles. We also need assistance getting the word out so even if you are not financially or physically able to help, you can help save these beagles.

Donate to the Beagle Freedom Project:
Any amount of money will help the Beagle Freedom Project with the expenses related to this rescue effort. Click here to make a secure donation through PayPal.

Provide a Foster Home for a Beagle:
They currently have 15 foster homes and are in dire need of more individuals. Most foster commitments last two months or less. Foster homes must have at least one other dog so the beagle can learn how to be a dog again. If you are in the Southern California area and can provide a foster home for one of these dogs, please click here to fill out an application.

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Thank you for your assistance with these beagles. If you need to contact us directly regarding this move, please email us. 


PetRelocation Team




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