Beagles rescued from bankrupt laboratory

HVMediaGroup | 3 de Julho de 2010

TOWN OF WALLKILL — Once destined for lab tests in New Jersey, 90 beagles left small cages and stepped onto grass for the first time Friday at the Pets Alive no-kill animal shelter. The dogs were among 120 taken from the Aniclin Preclinical Services in Warren County, N.J.,
after Aniclin’s parent pharmaceutical company couldn’t pay its bills. A New Jersey-based animal rights organization called Win Animal Rights had fought for control of the 175 Aniclin animals — including 55 primates — and coordinated their release to animal rescue agencies
Friday

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