Help! Vulnerable Puppy Alone On Vacant Street And Dragged A Sign Around His Little Neck

A small, lonely puppy was found on the road . While it had been very unusual that he was alone, what made it even more so was what was tied around his neck..

At only 8 weeks old, the scared little puppy, who was whimpering non-stop, had a clumsy sign placed on his neck that said: “I need a home.” Who knows what percentage people walked past and did nothing! Finally, a lady saw the puppy and called the rescue organization.



They came immediately to select up the puppy. He seemed in healthiness but he was certainly hungry and thirsty. The rescue group says tons of puppies are abandoned during this a part of the planet because having pets spayed or neutered is just too costly.

Of course, dog owners haven't any excuse to go away an animal to defend itself, but sadly it happens. The rescue group brought the puppy back to their headquarters where he was properly assessed. Medically speaking, he’s in healthiness .


The next step is to put him with a family until he are often adopted. Since he’s so young, he will likely stick with his foster until he’s around 12 weeks aged . The poor little guy is now in.
The next step is to put him with a family until he are often adopted. Since he’s so young, he will likely stick with his foster until he’s around 12 weeks aged . The poor little guy is now in no danger. He will never be left behind again. He will never need to worry about going hungry. He’s safe and sound!

Click the video below to ascertain a reenactment of his rescue.



*The video below may be a reenactment of the rescue. While the rescue group is out doing their job, they are doing not plan to film since they need their hands quite full. They film reenactments since it's the simplest way for the group to share their story with their followers.
            

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  1. Stricter laws are needed. The law of dog breeders should be changed that they have to be government legislated and pay a fee etc to become a breeder x this would reduce the amount of breeders just doing it for profit there are too many homeless dogs suffering as it is. Every dog owner should have a paper and a chip. The government should open offices with inspectors that have an address that every dog lives at. If someone does own a dog without paper or chip they should be heavily fined by over one thousand pounds. These breeders are making high profits but it is the animals that suffer when no longer wanted and the animal charities are busting at the seams with deserted pets. I think the government should change the law. Make it extremely hard to get a breeders licence of which they should pay a heavy tax to the government and between this and the fines that would be got from people with no papers or chip would put money back to rehome dogs and simples !!!! No animals left in cages in homes any more bcos lack of breeders would make people go to dogs homes first so these dogs would be given a chance of a forever home ITS THE GREEDY PROFIT MAKING BREEDERS THAT ARE CAUSING THE PROBLEM .....PUT A STOP TO THEM

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  2. I agree !!! The animals suffer so bad when they are abandoned !

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