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Animal welfare organization Beirut for the Ethical Treatment of Animals announced Thursday that they had carried the biggest animal rescue operation in Lebanon to date, saving the lives of 83 dogs in a breeding and boarding facility in Mount Lebanon. BETA received an anonymous tip almost two weeks ago saying that the facility, located in Jounieh, had dogs living in deplorable conditions, with over 30 dogs having already died in the past two months, a statement on the group's Facebook page said.Ten dogs, reportedly beyond saving, passed away during BETA's rescue, resulting in a total of 40 deceased dogs due to their treatment at the facility.Five days later, the judge gave BETA legal custody of the 83 surviving dogs and the owner later waived his ownership rights.
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