They save 4,000 dogs that will be used for pharmaceutical experiments in the United States

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Nearly 4,000 beagles are looking for new homes after what is believed to be one of the largest dog rescue efforts in America.

These pets were raised at a facility in Cumberland, Virginia. They were then sold to pharmaceutical companies to be used in drug experiments.

The hatchery was closed due to animal rights violationsand charities have a mission to relocate the dogs.

The company behind this center, Envigo RMSwas sued in May by the US Department of Justice, alleging multiple acts of animal cruelty.

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