On our last series we dealt with 23 dogs who were in an ideal treatment environment. This would now contrast the same number of canines, & what you can do if encountering a similar situation.
While dogs are seen in Western societies, mostly as cherished companions, it’s bound to be different elsewhere. More likely to be seen then as animals that can only be outside. Or unloved ones that stray from place to place. Up to being seen as part of the farm menagerie.
But there are other places that manage to up the bar in making pooch life a literal living hell. There, a canine’s not just up for meat. They’re likely to undergo uncalled-for abuse before dying. Thankfully, even in places like this, there’s still hope.
One of those shining the light is No Dogs Left Behind (LDLB). Their mission is to stop slaughtering without regard. (Not just dogs, but all animals.) Specifically calling to end the Yulin Dog Meat Festival. As well as illegal dog exchanges. The same goes for the trading of canine flesh.
Internationally, their presence advocate for worldwide laws on the welfare of animals. That if & once they’re created, then would also be enforced. Educating towards a world of sustainability bound to be free of cruelty.
Aiming to put people’s sights on a place where there’s no violation of animals. Where they’re not bound to be exploited. That they won’t be put in situations that could have them end up being tortured. No slaughtering needed where profits & sellable goods are bound to be an issue.
The LDLBs modus operandi is to confiscate pooches. They’re then treated accordingly & rehabilitated. Sterilization (spaying, neutering) also comes in to play as part of the long-term strategic goal. There would then be the part of finding someone like you to adopt them.
We’ll be back with more on this, next..