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Tue Apr 16, 2019, 10:01 AM

Beagles Used in Pesticide Study Saved from Animal Testing Site and Put Up for Adoption

Source: People

Beagles Used in Pesticide Study Saved from Animal Testing Site and Put Up for Adoption

Thirty-two beagles that were released to the Michigan Humane Society are on their way to finding new homes

By MARIA PASQUINI
April 15, 2019 04:12 PM

Thirty-two beagles are getting new homes.

Last week, the Michigan Humane Society (MHS) announced that they were beginning to accept applicants to provide “forever homes” for the dogs, which were saved from a local animal testing site — where they were part of a one-year pesticide study — last month.

MHS spokesman Andy Bissonette told CNN that within one hour after making the post on Friday, the organization received almost 400 applications. The page where individuals could apply has since been taken down.

Bissonette went on to tell the outlet that staff members will begin contacting adoption candidates on Monday.

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Read more: https://people.com/pets/michigan-beagles-saved-animal-testing-site-pesticide-study-adoption/






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Wed Apr 17, 2019, 01:33 AM

1. Adorable

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Wed Apr 17, 2019, 12:28 PM

2. Texas A&M Faces Lawsuit (3) As It Tries to Hide Its Cruel Dog Experiments

PETA has filed a third lawsuit against Texas A&M University after the school refused to hand over documents related to a deceased spaniel named Buckley—one of the hundreds of dogs who have been tormented in the school’s canine muscular dystrophy (MD) experiments—and the birth records of the animals imprisoned inside its cruel laboratory.

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In another absurd claim that proves how desperate Texas A&M University is to suppress the truth about this laboratory, the school also refuses to release recent birth and breeding records on the dogs, claiming “veterinarian-client privilege.”



https://www.peta.org/blog/texas-am-university-third-lawsuit/

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