BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — On average, nearly 60,000 dogs are used in experiments each year in the United States, according to the Animal Humane Society.
Most are euthanized after experiments, but a group of 10 beagles are getting their second chance at life after being rescued from a laboratory in the Midwest.
The Canadian nonprofit The Beagle Alliance brought three of the dogs back to Manitoba Monday, making a stop in Bloomington at a volunteer's home on the way. This is where the 3-year-old pups got to experience a grass-filled yard for the very first time.
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