Rescue groups begin work to rehome 4,000 beagles bred for research

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News : NPR Sue Bell holds one of more than a dozen beagles that arrived at the headquarters of animal rescue group Homeward Trails in Fairfax Station, Va., on Thursday, while posing for a portrait. The dogs were a small portion of the roughly 4,000 beagles rescued from a research facility where the conditions were found to be inhumane.

The beagles were bred by the company Envigo for pharmaceutical research and testing, but conditions at the facility were found to be inhumane. Now the dogs are starting journeys toward forever homes.

(Image credit: Amanda Andrade-Rhoades for NPR)

July 24, 2022 at 04:44PM Jaclyn Diaz

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