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Thread: Lab beagles set free

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    Lab beagles set free

    If you can watch this without tearing up .... well I couldn't anyway. My first dog was a beagle
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=zLZMxRP_F5w


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    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/1...n_1116446.html

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    Thanks so much for sharing this video. Beautiful animals and I'm so happy they are now free.

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    I saw a bit of it on t.v. just now. so cute. like human babies touching grass with their feet for the first time. poor doggies. they are going to good homes now. i worry about their future health though, having been medical test dogs.

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    My last 3 beagles are from the lab.

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    There is nothing quite like sitting at you computer at something after 4 am crying your eyes out. The poor things couldn't even walk right after being caged all their lives. Just breaks your heart.
    Yooper32 aka: Donna B

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    My DH and I take in rescue dogs and we now have 11. It is difficult at our age but they are like family. We have a black beagle/lab mix. His name is tripper. He earned the name because he will run up to you and plop down right in front of your feet while you are walking. We love them all.

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    Some do have problems, but they are heros and should be treated as such. They are very sweet and special dogs.

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    I could not help but shed a few tears over this one. They are so sweet. I guess if I could afford it I would have a dozen or two of animals/
    A friend is someone who knows all about you and loves you anyway.

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    How exciting for a Beagle to get out in the world with wonderful smells to investigate. You're right, I was in tears, too. Some of their backs looked a little fragile, but they are young enough to gain strength. No jumping for these guys/gals. My furgirls are both rescues, though not from a lab situation.

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    [QUOTE=ptquilts;4740964]If you can watch this without tearing up .... well I couldn't anyway. My first dog was a beagle
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=zLZMxRP_F5w


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    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/1...n_1116446.html[/QUOTE

    I DON'T KNOW WHY THEY WOULD DO SUCH A THING TO AN ANIMAL WHO HAS NO SAY SO,WHY DON'T THEY USE WIFE BEATERS ,MURDERS,CHILD MOLESTERS,THAT WOULD BE BETTER OFF IN A CAGE INSTEAD OF WALKING AROUND LOOKING FOR THE NEXT VICTUM NOT USING GODS NON TALKING CREATURES.WE NEED TO TAKE A STAND NOW.

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