HSSC Welcomes 18 Beagles from Envigo Breeding Facility


    HSSC received 18 beagles from a partnership with the Humane Society of the United States, which took possession of 4,000 beagles from Envigo, a mass breeding facility that has received multiple violations for issues such as inadequate veterinary care and insufficient food. Many of these dogs were bound for animal testing laboratories across the country. You can learn more at: https://www.humanesociety.org/4000beagles

    "We just welcomed 'home' 18 beagles who will never be subjects in a lab for medical research thanks to the combined efforts of animal groups all over the country. The dogs are settling in nicely and are enjoying their soft beds and toys after a very long and messy journey to get to South Florida. We are so excited to be able to give them a home life, something they would have previously been denied."

    Anna Gonce, HSSC's Executive Director

    HSSC will be accepting online applications and will review the applications for compatibility and will notify potential adopters after Labor Day weekend. The adoption fee will be $200 for these dogs.

    All beagles adopted from HSSC are neutered, microchipped, dewormed, heartworm tested, current on vaccinations and flea, tick, and parasite preventatives.

    Help fund the beagle rescue effort by visiting: www.hssc.org/give/donate/donate-now

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