The beagles in this video spent their entire lives trapped inside a Hungarian lab. There, the only contact with humans that they ever knew was in the form of needless experimentation. Thankfully, all of these beagles, named Royal Dutch Liberation 10 by their rescuers at The Beagle Freedom Project, are now free and every one of them has found a forever home.
Due to their loving and forgiving temperament, beagles are frequently seen as the ideal test subjects. In labs, these qualities are exploited, but now that these beagles are in the care of people who love them, this forgiving nature will help them assimilate to life in homes.
These pups might have only known fear and pain in their past lives, but it won’t take long for them to understand that their new freedom means being able to love and trust humans. It’s thanks to The Beagle Freedom Project that the Royal Dutch Liberation 10 will finally get to live as all dogs should!
To learn more about The Beagle Freedom Project and their amazing work saving lab beagles, visit their official website.