Rain was scared and expressed it in a way that I have never heard in my life! Her cry was heartbreaking, and I am so happy that Carey Linnell called Hope For Paws and asked for help.
Her ears were eaten by flies, her coat was filthy, and I can’t imagine what caused her to be so fearful.
Loreta Frankonyte was able to secure her, calm her down, and I initiated the first contact while Loreta was ready to pull her away from me if needed. Rain never did anything aggressive, she allowed me to touch her and along with Carey, we gained her trust and got her into the crate and from there to the hospital.
The next day, Loreta and I met our friend Allison Dunbar on a rescue of a dog named Monkey. After the rescue we headed to the hospital to clean him up, and at the hospital, Allison met Rain and fell in love!
A few days later, after a short recovery and a little bit of training with the Lovejoy Foundation, Allison, Kyle and Ernie came to visit Rain again, and the way to the adoption application was short 🙂
Rain was renamed Sassy Pants Dunbar, and she just LOVES her new life!
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A video of a homeless German Shepherd crying like a human has gone viral on social media, leaving many people heartbroken and concerned about the welfare of the dog. The video shows the dog sitting on the side of a road, crying and howling in a way that sounds eerily similar to a human’s cry.
The video has sparked a lot of discussion about the emotional intelligence of dogs and their ability to feel and express emotions like humans. Many people have expressed their sympathy for the dog and have called for action to be taken to help him.
The video has also highlighted the issue of homelessness among dogs, which is a growing problem in many parts of the world. Homeless dogs are often left to fend for themselves on the streets, without access to food, water, or shelter. They are also at risk of being hit by cars, attacked by other dogs, or mistreated by humans.
Fortunately, there are many organizations and individuals who are working to help homeless dogs. These organizations provide food, shelter, and medical care to dogs in need, and work to find them loving homes. They also educate the public about the importance of responsible pet ownership and the dangers of abandoning dogs.
If you come across a homeless dog, there are several things you can do to help. First, make sure the dog is safe and not in immediate danger. If possible, provide the dog with food and water, and try to find a local animal shelter or rescue organization that can take the dog in. You can also contact local authorities or animal control to report the dog and ask for their assistance.
In conclusion, the video of the homeless German Shepherd crying like a human has brought attention to the issue of homelessness among dogs and the need for action to be taken to help them. By working together, we can make a difference in the lives of these animals and ensure that they receive the care and love they deserve.