Beagle Pups Rescued from Testing Lab in South Bay
The Beagle Freedom Project had 24 hours to travel from Valley Village to San Jose to pick up the dogs before they were euthanized. Founder Shannon Keith jumped into her car and got the dogs -- all nine of them -- just in time.
It was the first time these sweet pups had walked and played in the grass, or even interacted with other dogs. They could barely walk without stumbling, according to Gary Smith, who is working with the organization.
|Their first playtime|
|Headed out for a whole new life|
Beagle Freedom Project, which rescued 11 beagles and a few rabbits, plans to find the pups foster homes soon -- but not until the rescuers get to enjoy cuddling, playing with, and running with these precious pooches.
|By the end of the day, he was all smiles|