More than 50 beagles rescued in Virginia are coming to Massachusetts

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SALEM – Extra beagles are coming to Massachusetts after being saved from a breeding facility in Virginia.

The MSPCA-Angell and Northeast Animal Shelter (NEAS) in Salem are bringing greater than 50 beagles to Massachusetts, together with eight which can be pregnant.

“We’re specializing in bringing the Beagles to Massachusetts, getting them any medical remedy they want, and discovering them the loving houses they deserve,” mentioned MSPCA-Angell Director of Adoption Facilities and Packages, Mike Keiley.

The organizations consider that not less than a number of the new beagles will probably be made accessible for adoption the week of July 25 and adopters can apply through neas.org/undertake or mspca.org/undertake.

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The MSPCA and the NEAS plan to make 4 extra canine transporting journeys to Virginia within the subsequent month. 

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They’re additionally accepting donations to assist take care of the beagles.  “It isn’t straightforward to search out the assets and area wanted to take care of such a lot of canine, however our mission is to guard animals and relieve their struggling,” Keiley mentioned.  

They plan to make 4 extra canine transporting journeys to Virginia within the subsequent month. 

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