Companies use beagles often for chemical and pharmaceutical testing but a Los Angeles-based group is giving some of those dogs a life outside of a cage and into loving homes.
Los Angeles Animal Care and Control officers were checking the health conditions of 32 dogs — including seven puppies — taken from a La Puente home Wednesday.
A planeload of beagles arrived at Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday night after the dogs were rescued from a laboratory in Spain.
A group of beagles locked up in a laboratory since birth have been rescued by a Los Angeles animal rescue group and placed in loving homes.
For the second year in a row, bulldogs are top dogs in the Southland, according to statistics released by the American Kennel Club.