I think you have chosen a very accurate name,and love and thank you for being a proper human being :)
Thats why its even more admirable.We have a duty to other creatures to speak when they cant,as you have :)
Thank you for the BA SLM :)
Sounds like they started using drugs maybe methamphetamine from the look of it.
I will do anything to save an animal. <br />
I had trouble with my neighbors 2 years ago. They had 2 short-haired dogs that were kept outside on chains in the freezing rainy winter, with barely any food or shelter. I had to call the animal patrol on them 7 times before they finally came out and gave the people a warning. I didn't give up until the dogs were removed from the property.<br />
Now those same neighbors have a German Pointer they keep chained outside as well, with very little care. I decided to take a different approach this time. I baked cupcakes, went over, introduced myself, gave the cupcakes as a gift, and asked sweetly if I could walk their dog every day. They said yes (thankfully), so now I walk over every day and feed her, give her clean water, insulate her doghouse with straw in winter, and we walk for an hour a day. If I don't feel like walking, I go over and at least play with her for about an hour.<br />
She has become the highlight of my day, and I know I am hers, as well. Do what you can for that poor dog, even if it means making yourself a nuisance. Just remember- no act of kindness is ever wasted.
Call animal patrol, not once or twice, but keep on it until somethings done and you see improvements. God forbid, should anything happen to the dog, you dont want to look back in regret that you could have done more to help.
Well done :-D keep trying
You can call anonymously and dont' have to state your age.
That the dog needs rescuing.
Dogs love children when properly socialized.
Call animal patrol daily until they do something.
You may be that dogs only chance at a life and something has to be done about it.
Seems typical. Sometimes dogs are outdoor dogs and some are indoor. I grew up as a kid with a basset hound as the family dog, he was always outside. That's like people these days getting upset at the idea of letting a house cat be an outdoor/indoor cat.
Dogs are social animals and require attention and time with the family they belong to (they think of their families as their 'pack'). To isolate a dog away from its pack is neglect and emotional abuse.
It's fine to keep an animal outside as long as it has adequate shelter, food, water, exercise, & "social time," but contrary to what a lot of people seem to think, a pet cannot simply "get used to" crappy living conditions.
You're right, SpiritOfTheRabbit, I agree. Outside dogs aren't always neglected.
I'm sure she does SweetLikeMeh. I just answered the question you asked.
I agree with you completely, QueenIzabella.
My dog was male, we paid plenty of attention to the dog.
I said he's a male, not a female. Yes, he got plenty of attention.