Coming to Camp
This is a broad campaign, with several fronts of action. But almost every person involved has started their journey by coming to Camp Beagle, taking a walk down the side of the site where you can stand a few feet from the sheds. You can hear and smell the hectic and filthy conditions they live in, knowing that for up to 20 hours a day, there is not a single person on site with care-giving access to the dogs.
We hope that when you come you can immediately feel like a part of the camp and contribute to what is the heart and soul of the campaign. Whether you live here or spend some time here, you feel you are, in some way, with the dogs, by their side. For many, the experience inspires a commitment to fight for their freedom.
Share, Like & Follow
The word must be spread wherever human attention is focussed, and mostly this is on the screens of social media platforms. Most people think this practice was banned years ago, and it only a takes a single social media post to educate someone and ignite the passion to support the campaign.
We post daily on facebook and instagram, please share to your communities and help to build momentum.
Contribute to the image, artwork, articles, video and film content which are an essential part of education and awareness.
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Specific calls to action and in depth updates, including guidance on engaging with your MPs are planned for this year, please subscribe to receive the emails.
Spread the word face to face in your hometown. Leaflets and Placards are available to order direct from us. Get yourself a folding table, a few friends and spend a couple of hours each weekend walking the talk for the beagles in laboratories.
Camp Beagle has just published its second government petition calling to end the use of animals in toxicity testing. Our last petition hit the 100,000 signature target ahead of time and was debated in parliament in January with unanimous support from the attending MPs.
The petitions front is an ongoing process with the aim of keeping the debate going and building political pressure for the government to accelerate the switch to superior non animal methods.
Engage with your MP
We are calling on your help to build relationships with MP’s to ditch animal testing in favour of modern Non Animal Methods, and also to help you respond to the frustrating standardised responses many of you have been receiving from your MPs.
Therefore we are looking to recruit a force of constituents for every single MP in the UK who are willing to write, call or meet with their MP on behalf of all the MBR beagles being denied their rights by our laws.