Despite the unimaginable bleakness of their lives in the lab, the future is bright for these rescued beagles. They are now receiving veterinary care and will soon be adopted into homes as beloved pets - but that's still only a dream for a multitude of dogs like them still stuck in labs across the world.
"These sweet dogs are the lucky ones," writes the rescue group. "Korea uses 8,000 dogs a year in research and the vast majority will never get to know love and liberation."
Fortunately, reprieve is on the horizon for countless lives used for research in South Korea, as the country moves to ban most cosmetic testing on animals.