Dozens of puppies released from breeding facility in Italy

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Animal Liberation Front activists have stormed a dog breeding facility in Italy and released dozens of puppies claiming that they had saved the animals from being experimented on.

The Green Hill facility in Montichiari says they breed and raise animals - specifically Beagles - to be sold on for research purposes.

After police intervention 12 activists were arrested and several puppies seized.

Tom Santorelli reports.

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