10 beagles from laboratory testing are now safe and free because a village of people came together to help The Beagle Alliance, along with our rescue partner Cage to Couch, bring them home. (July 2023)
Liz Murdoch is a Dog Relationship Coach & Animal Communicator who specializes in talking and listening to dogs. She helps and teaches us how to address their dog’s needs and behaviours. Liz shares insights on what each animal specifically wants their people to know.
On May 10, 2023 The Beagle Alliance partnered with BARCs Rescue to save 6 male beagles. Each one of these beagles has been used as a test subject in experimentation their entire lives. They will have families. They will be loved for the rest of their lives. They are afraid and don’t yet know that they are safe.
Kim Paschen, Manager of Leaping Bunny, a well-established cruelty-free certification program for personal care and household products that guarantees products to be free of animal testing at all stages of product development.
Dr. Katie Lawlor provided guidance in dealing with the loss of our four-legged friends, especially when these feelings are often misunderstood. Dr. Lawlor provided a safe and caring space for so many to share their stories.
Ellie Hansen shared specific protests which have brought about change for dogs used in vivisection, from early history to present day, and how we can use these examples to inspire us to work together to be a voice for dogs in research.
Thank you to Dana and Eric Margolis for their initial donation of $500,000 and for their continued support of $50,000 allowing us to operate the only charity in Canada dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of animals in testing facilities and other situations of extreme cruelty, bringing them safety, love and freedom.
Event Date: July 13, 2022 The Beagle Alliance is thankful for our guest speaker, Animal Ethics Expert, Associate Professor of Dalhousie University to The Beagle Alliance Town Hall #2 on July 13, 2022. There are positive developments happening for research animals in...