Meet The Howell Family from Phoenix, Arizona. The Howells have not one, not two, but three dogs rescued by Beagle Freedom Project and BFP’s parent organization, Animal Rescue, Media and Education (ARME). Like many families, The Howell’s first learned about BFP through the Spanish 40 rescue.
Meet the Brown Family
The Brown’s represent everything Beagle Freedom Project strives to achieve. Freedom for animals who have lived their lives in research labs and families joined together in a shared mission. Angela Brown and her family first heard about Beagle Freedom Project from the Spanish 40 rescue in November 2011.
Across the Pond Rescues!
Simultaneous rescue missions in England and New England welcomes 14 beagles to freedom, families, and affection! The BFP elves were busy the first weekend of December as our teams hop-scotched from Britain to Boston popping open cage doors. Kicking things off in London, BFP and its rescue partner Vackoló Állatvédő Egyesület eagerly took in seven 2 year old male and female beagles from a European laboratory. These survivors have been dubbed, the “Bond Beagles” because it takes superior skill and expertise to be able to get them out of the…
Rescuers without Borders
From South Korea to Mexico, Australia to all parts of Europe, and 36 U.S. states in between – there is no destination Beagle Freedom Project will not journey to in order to rescue animals from laboratory languish! This month I got to go home for a very special rescue of 10 beagles from an Eastern European pharmaceutical lab. As a Dutch national living in the U.S. (and working hard as the Adoptions Coordinator for BFP) I was overjoyed to be able to go home and welcome 10 new furry friends…
The Spanish 40
Beagle Freedom Project rescued 40 beagles from a laboratory in Spain where some had spent their entire lives. Others had come from other labs to the lab in Spain, only to be tested on in there. These 40 male beagles had spent their entire lives being test on in a laboratory in Spain. The lab was closing and some nice technicians were looking for placement instead of killing them. Nobody in Spain could take them, so when we found out at the 11th hour, we stepped in! After a week…