Tell me we are not living in a country where this baby will go directly into a laboratory cage and be tortured for the rest of his life! Tell me it isn't true!!! It is. It is true.
This puppy and 65,000 other dogs are being used in laboratory testing across the country. Experimenting on live animals, called vivisection, can involve a variety of painful and invasive experiences for the dogs such as practicing surgical procedures, drug injections, and forced inhalation of or exposure to toxic chemicals, among other things. Laboratory dogs are typically purpose bred by large commercial breeders and sold to serearch facilites. They are universally kept inside the labs, in concrete enclosures or stainless steel cages. Because the dogs are mere research subjects, the laboratory staff does not want them exposed to outside elements in case this interferes with their studies. For this same reason, most dogs have limited to no interaction with each other and the only physical contact they receive is the latex-gloved hand of the researcher or technician.
Why Beagles? Beagles are the breed of dog most commonly used in laboratory research for the same reasons they make great companion animals. Beagles are docile, friendly, trusting, forgiving, and eager to please. Beagles are easy to handle and according to the research industry--they adpt well to living in cages and are inexpensive to feed. Their most favorable personality traits is what singles them out as the best victims for vivisection.
In other words, "Beagles don't fight back." This is happening RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW in America! What can we do? Ask yourself, "What would LOVE do here? Would it turn away in fear?" Support me in supporting the Beagle Freedom Project. They rescued this baby whose mother was being exposed to toxic chemicals even while she was breast-feeding her puppies. These babies and many of other dogs are surrendered to Shannon Kieth, the founder of Beagle Freedom, and they need loving homes.
In my seminars at the Language of Miracles Institute, we body-scan these precious beagles who have been surrendered from labs. These incredible dogs have been loaded with toxic chemicals their entire lives. These are beagles whose paws have never touched the ground, who don't know what grass is, who have never felt sunlight on their face, who have never eaten out of a bowl because they have been force-fed with tubes their entire lives. We are begging them to forgive the human race, to trust their new human parent, to know joy, hope, happiness, and learn how to play. They can not sleep through the night because of their nightmares. My job is to help manage their physical problems and Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome. My students and I try to comfort them so that they will know love for the first time in their lives. Will you help us?
Founded by my angelic friend, Sangduen ‘Lek’ Chailert, Elephant Nature Foundation is a non-profit organization which advocates and acts on the behalf of the rights of Asian elephants in Thailand. Mission Statement: To increase awareness about the plight of the endangered Asian Elephant, educate locals on the humane treatment of their elephants, and provide sanctuary for rescued elephants at our nature park. Elephant Nature Park provides a safe home to rescued elephants who were previously abused and neglected. view photos
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Orange County Cavy Haven is a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming abandoned guinea pigs in Orange and Los Angeles counties. Cavy Haven was founded in 2003, and has worked tirelessly to improve the lives of these gentle beings through outreach and education. One of Cavy Haven's main goals is to raise awareness about the alarming rates at which guinea pigs are abandoned. To accomplish this goal, Cavy Haven networks abandoned guinea pigs in the community, through social media, and by working with other small animal rescues to try and find forever homes for as many guinea pigs as possible. Our rescue pigs live in foster homes throughout Orange and Los Angeles counties. While it is often difficult for a small volunteer-run organization to ensure that all of our rescued guinea pigs get the proper care and medical attention they need, we are committed to our goal, and hope that one day everybody believes what we already know - guinea pigs deserve as much love and protection as we can possibly give them.