“We take our role as Finley’s advocate very seriously and do our best to share her story, our knowledge of vivisection, BFP, the Cruelty-Cutter app and living cruelty-free to everyone we can.” The Hildebrandt family is proud to present Miss Finley Faith, also known as Finney, Finnaroo, and Faenerys (cue Game of Thrones fans). The lives of Dave, Jessica, Addison (13), Hadley (12) and Delaney (9) Hildebrandt have changed dramatically since learning about the Beagle Freedom Project (now Beagle Freedom Project). Mom, Jessica, was first to come across the organization’s…
Category: Testimonial Tuesday
“I will always be his voice. I will always tell his story to anyone who will listen to me, even if they won’t listen. I’ll keep trying.” For Betty and Julio Bare, loving a research beagle came at a cost: Grief. They lost their beloved research beagle, Teddy, at the age of 15. That’s a lifetime of love for most dogs, but for Teddy, who spent the first 14 years of his life as a test subject in a research lab, 15 months of freedom with the Bare family was…
I Love Lucy!
While many Beagle Freedom Project supporters learn about the organization through rescue videos, the Fricke family of Haddonfield, NJ, discovered BFP through one of the rescues himself. In July 2013, Alexander Hamilton, who goes by Hammy, left the laboratory where he spent the first four years of his life and was released as part of BFP’s DC7 group. The Fricke family’s longtime friend, Melanie, brought Hammy back to her home in Washington, DC, and begin fostering him. Just five days later, 10-year-old Lucy and her mom Rachel drove to DC…
Laila found her tribe. And oh, how they love one another. The Webster/Zgainer family from Alexandria, Virginia owned two male beagles, Ralphie and Mason. Little did they know what a perfect match they’d find in a female fighter named after a famous boxer. With the help of her big brothers, Laila quickly blossomed conquering her fears of walking on a leash and climbing the stairs. read more
Love + Patience
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.