August 9, 2022

USA: Fauci's Test Beagles Freed From The Lab Thanks To PETA Undercover Video And HSUS Hard Work 4,000 Beagles Being Freed From A Testing Lab And Are Ready For Adoption To Furever Homes.

WKYC Channel 3 published July 15, 2022: 4,000 beagles rescued from a Virginia facility. Thousands of beagles that were found at a breeding and research facility allegedly mistreating its animals are one paw closer to finding a new home. Homeward Trails, a rescue organization based in Fairfax, plans to have 1,500 beagles available for adoption beginning the week of July 25.

WUSA9 first reported on the allegations against the Envigo breeding and research facility in Cumberland, Virginia on April 1. The company is contracted to breed dogs for the purpose of research and scientific experiments - regulated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). Federal investigators claim the facility performed unnecessarily painful medical experiments on dogs and puppies, including euthanasia without sedatives.

A senior U.S. District Court Judge Norman K. Moon requested in early July that 4,000 beagles be removed from Envigo and put up for adoption. According to court documents, Moon required Envigo to pay $100 per dog, and $150 per dog nursing a litter younger than 8 weeks, to help defray the costs to the shelters preparing the dogs for adoption.
WTVR CBS 6 published August 5, 2022: FULL INTERVIEW: PETA vice president on Envigo beagles arriving at Richmond SPCA. Daphna Nachminovitch worked on the Envigo investigation as PETA’s senior vice president of their cruelty investigations department.

WBALTV11 NBC News, Baltimore local.
written by Angie Ricono and Cyndi Fahrlander
Tuesday August 9, 2022

It’s a big task: Placing thousands of beagles removed from a breeding and testing facility in Virginia.

Last month, the U.S. Department of Justice took over the Envigo lab. The lab was used for testing, but also bred the dogs to supply other labs that test on animals.

A lawsuit filed by the DOJ described shocking conditions for the animals. Government inspectors found that the beagles were denied veterinary care for easily treated conditions and were instead killed. They were denied food. Over eight weeks, 25 beagle puppies died from cold exposure. Some dogs suffered injuries when they were attacked by other dogs in overcrowded conditions.

The company denies the allegations but closed. The animals are now being cared for by the Humane Society of the United States while it works to move the dogs out of the lab and, eventually, to loving homes.

The dogs are being moved to organizations across the country. A few even made their way to Kansas and Missouri.

The Southeast Kansas Humane Society has taken in eight beagles — four adults and four puppies. When we visited the shelter, they’d been there about a week. Prior to that, they only knew life in a cage.

“When they first came in, they were petrified,” said Jasmine Kyle, Director of the SEK Humane Society. “They’re getting adjusted with human interaction and know what a toy is.”

The first order of business was naming them.

“None of them had names; they were products,” said Kyle. The dogs were tattooed on their ears with a number. “So, when they entered the front door, we named them because that’s what they deserve. There are two males. Five-year-old Robert and 1-year-old Copper. A female, Nellie, is the oldest in the group at 7. Then Daisy and her pups — Lily, Tulip, Lavender and Rose. All the dogs are receiving veterinary care and learning to socialize.

The placement of the beagles has been particularly challenging because shelters across the country are at capacity. Kyle said SEK Human Society is at capacity for large dogs but was able to take a few of these smaller dogs.

“If it had been Labs, [we] would have had to say, ‘No,’” said Kyle. “There was nowhere to put them.”

The beagles staying at SEK Humane Society are in good physical shape, considering what they’ve been through. They are all being treated for coccidia, which is a common intestinal parasite. They are expected to pass their medical examinations soon. After that, the beagles will be up for adoption.

The shelter has received a lot of attention because of the beagles. When they are ready to move on to their permanent homes, they will post a date and time where those wanting to adopt the puppies can apply. However, Kyle cautions against adopting to be part of a moment.

“Never adopt for a story,” said Kyle. “Please, never adopt for a story.”

Kyle asks “would-be” dog parents to do it for the right reasons and consider other animals for adoption.

If you're interested in adopting a rescued beagle, go to the Humane Society of the United States website to find a facility that received some of them.

“We absolutely understand that everybody loves the kids but most shelters, including ours, are at full capacity,” said Kyle. “Make sure that you’re looking at everybody, not just one.”

The Human Society hopes all the attention being focused on the beagles will be a learning moment about animal testing. Many consumers unknowingly support it when they buy certain products. The Humane Society of the U.S. says large companies such as Johnson & Johnson, L’Orรฉal and others test on animals. They want consumers to make better decisions when buying products.

We wondered why beagles are the popular breed for testing. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) said it’s because Beagles are small, docile and breed well.

Our investigation also found a connection between that shut-down facility in Virginia and the University of Missouri. In 2016, researchers bought puppies for testing. An article in PubMed reported researchers chemically burned the puppies’ eyes during a seven-week period. The puppies were killed after the experiment ended. MU previously defended the experiment, saying animal research is important and the animals were treated humanely during the testing. The research hoped to benefit animals and people with corneal injuries, including veterans.

A spokesperson for the University of Missouri pointed out that the facility was under different ownership at the time and had a clean track record. 

Fauci Tortures Beagle Puppies via NIH
I would like to point out all deep state funded "fact-checkers" said this was misinformation, not true, a conspiracy theory. This is why censorship is not a good thing. The people censoring information are censoring information they don't want the public to know.  This video would be CENSORED BY YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. By banning this video evidence, the deep state funded "fact-checkers" are able to get away with their false claims this is information not true. (emphasis mine)
Ben Shapiro published Fauci Allegedly Green-Lit Experimental Drug Testing on PUPPIES.

New York Post
written by Jackie Salo
October 27, 2021

Dr. Anthony Fauci should face charges if his National Institutes of Health division continues to fund a lab in Tunisia that allegedly tortures and kills dozens of beagle puppies for twisted scientific experiments, a rescue organization said.

In a letter Wednesday to Fauci, the Beagle Freedom Project demanded that he and the agency stop funding the “cruel” tests in which the dogs are allegedly injected with disease-causing parasites, TMZ reported.

“Bearing witness to what you and your organization does to these animals is nothing short of criminal. It is time to end it, and now the world is watching,” president and founder Shannon Keith wrote.

“If it does not end immediately, Beagle Freedom Project will make sure it becomes criminal and those who perpetrate it will be punished by law.”

She cited the FDA Modernization Act, a bipartisan bill that was introduced to end an outdated mandate that experimental drugs must be tested on animals.

“If science and wasteful taxpayer spending are not enough to convince you, perhaps legal changes will,” she wrote.

A bombshell report from the watchdog group White Coat Waste Project claimed that the agency spent $1.68 million in taxpayer funds on drug tests on 44 beagle puppies.

Keith slammed the experiments, which allegedly also involve locking the dogs in cages with hungry sandflies so that the insects could eat them alive, as “unethical.”

“Dr. Fauci, the evidence is clear: animal testing is outdated, flawed, cruel, unethical and harmful to both animals and humans,” she said.

“We demand that you cease the use of animals in research, end funding to those using animals, and release those animals who are currently in laboratories to Beagle Freedom Project, the leader of rehabilitating and rehoming animals used in research.”
Fox News published Fauci's test beagles freed from the lab. Senior vice president of PETA Daphna Nachminovitch shares good news of over 4,000 beagles being freed from a testing lab and are ready for adoption on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.'

Washington Examiner
written by Paul Bedard, Washington Secrets Columnist
Tuesday July 5, 2022

Under fire from foes of federal animal testing, the agency headed by COVID-19 czar Anthony Fauci has canceled a plan to start new tests of allergy medicine on beagles, some as young as 6 months.

In a letter to Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) and promoted by the White Coat Waste Project, Fauci said that instead of dogs, the new hay fever drug will be tested on rodents.

“Although the contract to Inimmune Corporation proposed the use of murine and canine preclinical animal models, after consultation with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the company elected to proceed using two rodent models only," wrote Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. "No experiments utilizing the canine model are being conducted under this contract."

What’s more, he said there is no funding for the testing headed to China, another concern of Ernst.

The letter was a big victory for Ernst and the animal rights group, which had started a popular hashtag campaign against the testing: #BeagleGate.

In a statement shared with Secrets, Ernst said, “Dr. Fauci was barking up the wrong tree when he decided to use government dollars on dog testing. These inhumane practices have no place in our government — much less on the taxpayer’s dime. Thankfully, after voicing our concerns and shining a light on these heinous tactics, taxpayers can rest easy knowing their hard-earned money is not going towards dog abuse.”

Devin Murphy, with the White Coat Waste Project, added, “We’re thrilled that following White Coat Waste Project’s latest #BeagleGate investigation and outstanding advocacy by Senator Joni Ernst, Dr. Fauci’s $1.8 million ‘runny nose’ experiments on beagle puppies have been completely canceled. This is a decisive victory in the war on waste, and sends a message to big-spending white coats across the federal government: taxpayers should not be forced to pay for wasteful, unnecessary, and cruel experiments on puppies and other animals.”
The Federalist
written by Olivia Hajicek
Thursday July 7, 2022

Plans for more taxpayer-funded experiments on dogs commissioned by Anthony Fauci’s division of the NIH have recently been canceled, which is pretty damning for the fact-checkers who attempted to cover for Fauci by downplaying similar experiments brought into the spotlight last summer.

In addition to Snopes,, and PolitiFact all parroting the same statement from Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases — “Animals used in federally-funded research are protected by laws, regulations, and policies to ensure the smallest possible number of subjects and the greatest commitment to their welfare” — the fact-checkers also tried to distance Fauci from the experiments. While he is the director of the NIAID, they said, he didn’t personally fund these experiments, which reportedly included feeding experimental drugs to puppies, injecting dogs with cocaine, and cutting out their vocal cords so they couldn’t bark during the abuse.

But after pushback, five more beagle experiments have been canceled, as confirmed in a letter Fauci reportedly sent late last month, indicating that the media fact-checkers’ “nothing to see here” attitude was all an obstruction. Though the “fact-checking” media attempted to distance a flailing Fauci — whose credibility had been completely shattered by his abysmal Covid response — from the unethical experiments on dogs, the reality is that as leader of the NIAID, Fauci is ultimately responsible for funding decisions.

The latest five tests, reportedly for a new allergy medication for hay fever — or, as the White Coat Waste Project put it, a “runny nose” — were not required by the Food and Drug Administration, and at least one of the tests could have been done on guinea pigs. Besides subjecting puppies as young as six months old to unnecessary medical experiments, the tests would have cost taxpayers more than $1.8 million.

After the White Coat Waste Project exposed the planned experiments, Iowa Republican Sen. Joni Ernst sent a letter to Fauci’s NIAID requesting details about the proposed tests and saying the “invasive, painful, and potentially deadly procedures” appeared to be unnecessary. “NIAID’s contractor proposed an alternative, non-dog animal model to replace dogs for at least some testing,” Ernst said, adding that the FDA stated it “does not mandate that human drugs be studied in dogs.”

Fauci responded in a letter on June 22 saying that “after consultation with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the company [commissioned to conduct the tests] elected to proceed using two rodent models only,” adding, “No experiments utilizing the canine model are being conducted under this contract.”

“I want to assure you that NIH and NIAID take the welfare of animals in research very seriously,” Fauci claimed in the letter. Can we get a fact-check on that?

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