Beagle Freedom Project, Puppies Visit NBC4

The Beagle Freedom Project is on a mission to rescue the dogs from life in a research lab. President and Founder Shannon Keith stopped by NBC4 in Burbank to talk about her organization.

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The Beagle Freedom Project is a part of the Animal Rescue Media & Education.
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The Beagle Freedom Project is on a mission to rescue beagles from life in a research lab.
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The dogs face challenges adapting to home life…
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…but rescuers say with a lot of patience and love, they can become good companions.
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Here's web staffer Melissa Pamer holding one of the puppies in the NBC4 Studios.
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NBC4 News at Noon producer Amee Moir is introduced to the adorable beagle puppy.
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NBC4 anchors Michael Brownlee and Lucy Noland are missing out on the puppy love.
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The Beagle Freedom Project is based in LA and began in December 2010.
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After the dogs are used for testing, the Beagle Freedom Project works to find them homes.
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NBC4 Meteorologist Byron Miranda makes a new friend.
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New besties.
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Byron shares the cuteness with Lucy and Michael.
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Time for a team photo.
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Anyone interested in adopting or fostering can find more information on the group's website here.
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The Beagle Freedom Project is a part of the Animal Rescue Media & Education.
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Supporters can help the project win a grant by voting online here. Also, there's a fundraiser scheduled for Sept. 14 in Venice (details here).
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Looks like somebody couldn't resist bringing his new bestie out during the forecast.
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Beagle Freedom Project president and founder, Shannon Keith, appears on the NBC4 News at Noon.
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