Beagles force-fed pesticides, now released and up for adoption

Thirty-two beagles that were saved from an animal testing lab where they were force-fed pesticides are now ready for new homes — and will likely have no trouble being adopted.

Just an hour after the Michigan Humane Society announced it was opening the adoption process for the dogs Friday evening, it received nearly 400 applications, spokesman Andy Bissonette said. Society staff are now reviewing the applications and plan to start contacting candidates Monday.

The release of the dogs came after the Humane Society of the United States