Save the Harlan Beagles
Meet 12noon - Southfields Park, Leicester Road, Loughborough, LE11 2AG
Harlan in Belton, Loughborough, are one of they few remaining suppliers of beagles to vivisection laboratories left in the UK. Over 1,000 dogs are held in the kennels onsite at any given time - 250 of which are killed each year as surplus to stock.
Beagles at Harlan are forced to live in bare concrete pens, often covered in faeces with little more than sawdust to sleep on. Most of these sentient creatures will end up being poisoned in toxicology experiments inside laboratories.
Many of the key clients of Harlan Belton are closing down UK operations, meaning the site is increasingly unprofitable and more dogs will be killed each year.
A march will be held around Loughborough town centre informing locals about the sick company on their doorstep, followed by a protest at the nearby site of the kennels.
Speeches and campaign stalls will be held in Southfields Park prior to the march.
Join us on the 18th June in Loughborough and help Save the Harlan Beagles!
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