Berlin captured our hearts the first time we met her. It took us minutes after she left to call BFP and let them know we wanted her to be a part of our family! When she came in with her fosters, she just walked right in and made herself at home!
When Baxter first came to us, he was skittish and scared in a new environment. On the long ride home from Wisconsin to northern Minnesota, Baxter sat with Mom and clung to her the whole way. Dad was a bit scary, just because he was a male. Baxter was tolerant of him, but took a while to warm up. There were times that he growled at him, mostly at night. He was still working on potty training and was too stressed to learn any tricks. Eating out of a dog dish was stressful for him and he was startled at every noise.
Two lucky people will win a #crueltyfree#KissMyFace summer starter pack that includes: a Face Factor lotion, Cool Sport spray and Kiss My Face Organics sunscreens.
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Giveaway ends 7/4 at 11:59pm EST. Winners will be randomly selected. US entries only. Good luck!
#BREAKING - Beagle Freedom Project will have live video of a NEW RESCUE happening today in Austin Texas on our Facebook (fb.com/beaglefreedom) between 5-6.30PM Pacific!
Media can contact me @ryanmoore on Twitter or IG.
On August 21, 2013 I came face-to-face with a little beagle boy who would change my life. Number 4 (as noted by the tape on his collar) had boldly walked up and rested his head on my knee. His tail wagged nervously and I knew that this little guy would be a foster fail.
When Franklin came home he was nothing like a typical beagle. He was at least five pounds underweight, with a dull coat that came out by the hand full. He wasn’t the least bit interested in food or water, and it took a week before he would half-heartedly eat and drink. Read the full update and see how Franklin is doing today: bfp.org/franklins-story
When Jack first arrived, he was very withdrawn, scared, and didn't know what ANYTHING was. Jack spent the first year in my bedroom most of the day, his safe room. To get him outside, he needed to be carried to the door and put outside, and couldn't wait to get back inside.
Read the full update and see how Jack is doing today: bfp.org/jacks-story
October 17th, 2013 - I was sitting in the kitchen of my brother’s new house in Ohio surfing the internet and enjoying the sunny quiet morning. Everything was very peaceful and relaxed, that is until I stumbled across an article that opened my eyes to a world I never knew existed... Read the full update and see how Frankie is doing now: bfp.org/frankies-story
Happy 29th Birthday to our AMAZING Founder & President Shannon Keith! @shankeithbfp started Beagle Freedom Project by mortgaging her house in 2010. Now over 6 years later BFP has saved over 800 animals from experimentation, passed laws in 5 states and convinced millions of people to go cruelty free!
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Bea can't get enough sun and can't stop smiling. Freedom suits you girl!
Enzo and Xena’s story!
When Enzo first came to us from the laboratory testing facility in September 2016 he was about 6 months old and very untrusting and rightfully so. You couldn’t pick him up or get anywhere near him without him literally running up the walls to escape. See how Enzo and Xena are doing today: bfp.org/enzo-and-xenas-story
Belle was rescued from a lab in 2012 as a part of the NorCal 11 group. She was tragically used in experiments that required her to be impregnated and her puppies tested on in-utero. A lucky lady, BFP secured her freedom and a couple of her puppies!