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WATCH: Rescued Beagles Feel Grass For The First Time

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Time to start your Monday off with a heartwarming video!

Nine precious beagles were rescued from a laboratory in Nevada by Beagle Freedom Project. These sweet pups had never known love and affection or felt the exhilaration of running through the grass. Until now. Their rescue was caught on camera so we could revel in the glory of their freedom together.

The video starts out with the somber dogs locked in cages, frightened and cowering in the back of what had been their homes for years. They had been subject to laboratory and product testing their entire lives, but once out of the lab and into the rescue car, their moods begin to change. The rescue workers give the puppies names, identities that they never had as test subjects.

One by one, each dog is brought outside to see the light of day and feel the grass for the first time. They are nervous and unsure of what to do at first, but soon enough, the dogs begin roaming, exploring and enjoying their freedom. Their wagging tails say it all, as they make their way around the yard playing with one another.

Thank you Beagle Freedom Project for giving these dogs their lives back!

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