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Pesticide Testing on Beagle Dogs Stopped after Undercover Investigation

Pesticide Testing on Beagle Dogs Courtesy  The Humane Society of the US
Pesticide Testing on Beagle Dogs Courtesy The Humane Society of the US

About 36 Beagle dogs were forced to pesticide testing for more than a year and after a long struggle the Humane Society has recovered the dogs and stooped the forced testing over them. Corteva AgriScience on Monday announced that is stopped the animal testing that was held in Charles River Laboratories located in Michigan.

The report stated that "The company has been a valuable partner to us in the past on important measures to decrease animal testing and we hope that we can work with them on a happy ending for these dogs".

The Humane Society after some undercover investigations and works has achieved the order to put an end to the test over beagles and freed the animals over there. It also helped for the adaptation of the freed dogs from the lab and ensured the safety of all freed beagles.

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A dog being forced for Pesticide testing (Courtesy - The Humane Society of the United States)

Pesticide Testing on Beagle Dogs Stopped after Undercover Investigation

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