Dozens of beagles are looking for new homes after being rescued from a breeding facility used for research by the MSPCA and Northeast Animal Shelter. The 76 dogs were living in confined and unsanitary conditions with little or no socialization with people, the MSPCA said in a Facebook post. “Our focus now is to ensure they have a chance for a happy life and will be cherished and loved by a family in a way they never would have been without intervention,” the MSPCA said. . Two of the dogs were pregnant and had given birth, which means 13 new puppies will also need loving homes, the shelter said. “All 76 beagles have undergone extensive medical and behavioral checks and have responded beautifully to the TLC provided by our staff and volunteers, and some have already been placed in foster homes!” the MSPCA posted. The organizations hope to rescue another 20 dogs this weekend. Click here to help the MSPCA and Northeast Animal Shelter.

Dozens of beagles are looking for new homes after being rescued from a breeding facility used for research by the MSPCA and Northeast Animal Shelter.

The 76 dogs were living in confined and unsanitary conditions with little or no socialization with people, the MSPCA said in a Facebook post.

“Our focus now is to ensure they have a chance for a happy life and will be cherished and loved by a family in a way they never would have been without intervention,” the MSPCA said. .

Two of the dogs were pregnant and had given birth, which means 13 new puppies will also need loving homes, the shelter said.

“All 76 beagles have undergone extensive medical and behavioral checks and have responded beautifully to the TLC provided by our staff and volunteers, and some have already been placed in foster homes!” the MSPCA posted.

The organizations hope to rescue another 20 dogs this weekend.

Click here to help the MSPCA and Northeast Animal Shelter.

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