Trying to help a frozen dog, people discovered something else. It’s a crime to relocate a dog from his natural habitat. There’s a Supreme Court ruling on this. In addition, even if you do, new dogs from other areas will move in to replace the relocated dogs. This is a never ending cycle.
What you can do is make sure there are no overflowing garbage bins in the vicinity. If there are, make sure to complain to the local municipal Ward to get them cleaned regularly. These garbage bins are a source of food for the stray dogs. This will definitely control the population of dogs in the area. You can also contact the local animal Welfare not sure if you’re asking this question with the intention of taking one as a pet or simply curious to know if they are a problem to society at large.
In my opinion, the dogs whom we address as strays are not strays by choice. Some strays that we see on the roads also belong to a pedigree, but unfortunately find no takers in their own country. There is no problem with a stray. They’re as good, in fact, better than dogs of any other breed. You don’t need to take any special care or precaution in case of a stray.
In fact, they’re sometimes less of a hassle compared to dogs of other pedigrees. Try keeping one and I’m sure you’ll never regret your decision. They will definitely feel safe if you’re feeding and taking care of it daily. However, the nature of strays is scavenging, so if you get him or her dependent on you, then once you’re unable to fend for it, or if you’re traveling, then it must go without food. So I would suggest you keep it balanced.
Dogs do not have known can easily trust and come dependent on you emotionally as well. If they know there will be days you’ll be around and then days you won’t, then they’ll adjust themselves accordingly, telling you this solely from experience. Simply layer peanut butter in the bottom half of ice Cube trays, ice mold pops or paper cups, then top off with a layer of yogurt or meat broth and freeze. Pop the layered frozen treat out of the tray or mold or Peel off the paper before serving. Although many countries have made a great effort to reduce the number of stray dogs, there are still some poor souls who are confined to the streets.
Fortunately, there are kind people who cannot pass these dogs by without offering a helping hand. It’s winter and the temperatures are dropping. Many of us have to brave the freezing cold. Fortunately, most of us have a nice warm home to return to at the end of the day. But what about stray animals?
They live out in the street and are susceptible to the extreme weather just like we are. Luckily, some kind hearted people go out of their way to make sure their local strays don’t suffer during the winter months and camera footage revealed one Good Samaritan sacrificing her own comfort for a poor dog. One such woman’s act of kindness was caught on video. After seeing a homeless dog suffering, she decided to take some action. Even though nobody was watching this passerby decided to become a hero.
A security camera happened to catch the entire incident on video. The footage has been shared across every social media platform and has many people crying tears of joy. In the security footage, the woman can be seen leaving a local cafe in Zonguldak, Turkey. It was a rainy and cold day. After the woman prepares for the inclement weather, she spots something on the ground near the entrance of the cafe.
A homeless dog was trying to stay warm and dry by getting as close to the cafe as possible. Instead of walking around the dog and returning home, the woman decided to offer the poor animals some help. The woman’s next gesture has contributed to captivate the attention and hearts of viewers around the world. Although the woman’s actions only took a few seconds to perform, the dog’s life was instantly changed for the better. The stranger was willing to sacrifice some comfort in order to make the dog warmer and drier.
Luckily, this kind gesture didn’t go unnoticed. After the security footage was discovered, the clip was posted on the internet in an attempt to praise the woman for her actions. The footage was shared throughout the country via local news stations, social media accounts, and even in print media. One viewer ended up recognizing the woman in the video as Daigu Elma, her friend. The woman was eventually found and agreed to give an interview to the Dodo.
In the interview, Dai Goo revealed that she was surprised by the internet’s reaction to the video. She said that she couldn’t have imagined this sort of reception and praise. When she was leaving the cafe, Dai Gum was only thinking about how the dog was feeling. She couldn’t stand the thought of the poor dog shivering all day. She decided to take some action to improve the dog’s situation and her kind actions have taken the world by storm.
Once the animal was in their reach, the workers brought out towels and did their best to dry it before taking it to their warm car. After calling out for help, the workers were instructed to take the dog to a nearby veterinary clinic for proper care. According to the Post other Herding this heartwarming story of Western Ukraine tells a tale of true friendship that love coming from the animal Kingdom. A dog spent two days protecting an injured buddy that couldn’t move from the tracks. Facebook user Dennis Malafe posted pictures of the two dogs that he found at a small train station not far from the town of Usgorod.
One of the dogs appeared to have been injured by a train and couldn’t move from the tracks, so the other stayed there for two days, keeping his friend warm and protecting her from oncoming trains by holding her down with his weight as the train passed just above their heads. Dennis Malaviev wasn’t expecting to make a dramatic rescue of two dogs on Christmas Day, but after receiving an urgent call, he knew he had to help. He was told that there were two dogs on a set of train tracks and had been there for two days. The female dog was hurt and the other dog was shielding her from the trains. He would lay on top of her and press their heads on the ground as the trains passed over their heads.
Malafi was shocked by what he saw when he traveled to the town of Zakova, Ukraine to rescue them. When he saw the pair, he could tell it was dangerous situation for everyone, especially the dogs. He wrote on Facebook that when the uninjured dog who he named Panda, heard the train driver’s signal, he went over to the female dog he named Lucy and lay down next to her, protecting her from danger. In Russia, two dogs named Panda and Lucy found themselves in a terrible situation. We don’t know all the details, but somehow Lucy wound up severely injured and trapped on railroad tracks between the subzero temps and the dangerous location.
Lucy could have easily been left for dead, but her furry pale Panda refused to leave her side. For two days, Panda stayed with Lucy, protecting her as best he could from the elements and oncoming trains. You can even see in the nail biting video how Panda pushes Lucy’s head down, so the two are lying flat as the train barrels straight for them. Thankfully, the pair remains safe, and Panda’s refusal to leave Lucy’s side, even if it meant sacrificing his own life, is what drew devotion looks like. Man’s daring rescue of two dogs on train tracks.
The heartwrenching scene drew lots of attention, and word of the stranded pair finally made its way to Good Samaritan. Dennis Malafive. It’s unclear and quite disturbing as to why no one tried to help the poor dog sooner. That’s what makes this video heartwarming and aggravating at the same time. Pandas heroic devotion to his friend is truly moving, but it’s also so disheartening to know these two suffered some extreme danger for two whole days before Dennis came to their rescue.
Perhaps others tried and gave up when Panda went into protective mode. Apparently, it’s the reason the terrifying video of their training counter even exists. Several attempts to remove the animal from the rail were in vain, Dennis explained at one point on Facebook, because the dog strongly defended her from us. According to the Dodo, Dennis wanted to get Panda and Lucy off the track sooner, but Panda wouldn’t let humans get near him or his injured friend. Dennis kept trying and finally earned Panda’s trust enough to get the pair off the tracks and into Dennis’s car.
From there, Dennis took Panda and Lucy to an animal rescue shelter where Lucy received medical care for her injuries. Thank God these sweet pups got the rescue and medical attention they deserve. And what a beautiful example Panda set for us all. I know one thing not all humans would do this, Dennis wrote on social media. We should take a lesson from this.
But that small act of compassion no doubt help that poor dog get through the cold night. It’s a reminder this winter that we have all the power to make a big difference for the animals in our communities, even in our smallest actions. So let’s say you’ve made a good faith effort to find the dog’s owners and nothing turns up. You like the dog and decide to keep him? Take the dog to the vet and have it checked over thoroughly.
You’ll need shots, stool check for parasites and a heartworm test. If the dog is heartworm positive, the vet will guide you. If not, get heartworm meds and start the dog on them. If the dog is not altered, make arrangements to have this done ASAP. Get the dog microchipped.
If the dog is altered, you can have it done during surgery. Otherwise, have it done during your first office visit. Next, get the dog a license and Tags with your name and contact information and put it on the dog’s collar. The collar should be fitted such that it cannot be pulled over the dog’s head. If you can get two fingers under the collar, it’s loose enough.
If you’ve been making do with bedding equipment, etc. Or you may need to get more permanent bedding bowls, crate toys, etc. And if you’re a novice, do some homework on basic dog care. There are many online resources and numerous books. Consider enrolling you and your dog in an obedience class.
Understand that this is a confusing time for your new friend. The dog needs time to get to know you, your family and your routine. He needs to learn to respond to his new name. You’ll have to at least have some different rules and expectations for him versus his previous owners. He may be anxious for a while or not.
Be patient with him as he learns his new place. Be patient with yourself too. You’ll have frustrations. This is to be expected. Just don’t take it out on the dog.