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2014-05-18 01:26:32 AM
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Merry Sunshine: I need to know what company was doing the testing, so I can stop buying their shiat.


They said they had federal tags on them.  I assume it was the US government doing testing on them: probably forcing them to fill out new tax forms to determine their LD50.
2014-05-17 07:56:03 PM
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Arachnophobe: Mr_H: Mistymtnhop: Does anyone know why the experiments and/or product testing was done exclusively on Beagles? What's the significance?

From what Ive heard it has something to do with Beagles being easier to work with, as in they are more likely to trust people and be 'easy going'. ie, labs are taking advantage of them being nice doggies.

My first thought on reading this was "But labs don't take advantage, they're like the sweetest happiest dogs ever" and then I realized you meant laboratories and I felt kinda silly.

But the mental picture of Labradors trying to take advantage of beagles is pretty amusing.


My current dogs are Beagle-Lab mixes, so someone was taken advantage of....
2014-05-17 07:32:59 PM
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Mr_H: Mistymtnhop: Does anyone know why the experiments and/or product testing was done exclusively on Beagles? What's the significance?

From what Ive heard it has something to do with Beagles being easier to work with, as in they are more likely to trust people and be 'easy going'. ie, labs are taking advantage of them being nice doggies.


My first thought on reading this was "But labs don't take advantage, they're like the sweetest happiest dogs ever" and then I realized you meant laboratories and I felt kinda silly.

But the mental picture of Labradors trying to take advantage of beagles is pretty amusing.
2014-05-17 04:49:10 PM
1 votes:
I had the opportunity to volunteer in a Beagle rescue on July 4th 2010 that freed 120 beagles who were left in a cosmetics testing facility that shut down.  They shut off the lights, locked the doors, and left them there.  Thankfully a few of the companies caretakers scaled the fences and broke into the buliding to to care for the beagles until a court order released them into the custody of several rescue organizations.

We helped unload about 90 frightened beagles, get them chipped and vaccinated, examined, cleaned up and into temporary kennels.  The part that sticks with me was when we set them down in the grassy kennels, they didn't know what the grass was or how to walk on it, they just stood there alternately lifting two paws up out of the grass looking awkward and scared.

\lasted about 15 minutes, then the humping and howling started...
2014-05-17 04:13:19 PM
1 votes:
"we're now giving them a name, something the lab deprived them of"

oh fark you all to hell and back coont
2014-05-17 01:28:58 PM
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Mistymtnhop: Does anyone know why the experiments and/or product testing was done exclusively on Beagles? What's the significance?


They scream louder?

/ducks and runs
2014-05-17 10:59:08 AM
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"Beagles are great dogs, glad we rescued them."

*15 Minutes Later*

"OH MY GOD SHUT THE HELL UP!!!"


/Had a beagle, awesome dogs.
//Except for the "never being quiet" part.
 
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