Dog saves a cycalist

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/bay-of-plenty-times/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503343&objectid=11344606

 

In New Zeeland, a dog reciently saved a cycalist after a crash that left the man paralyzed from the neck down.  The dog allerted a passerby of the man, who was contions but couldn’t move.  The passerby than allerted the police and the man was helped.  The man now has to adjust to having no control of his body, but he will still have his friend by his side.

Destination…Beagle freedom

The beagle freedom project is a group in California that rescues beagles from laboratories.  Every year, millions of animals are tested on in labs for anything from medicine that could be tested other ways to cosmetics people don’t really need.  These animals usually get killed after the experiments.  However, a lucky few dogs are getting to experience lives as real dogs.  The  beagle freedom project takes dogs from labs after testing and finds them homes.  These dogs have often had little to no socialization and are terrified, but they quickly learn the world can, and for them will ,be more than a lab and a small steel cage. They get to learn what love and affection are, and become great, sweet, loving pets. How they react after feeling grass for the first time is heartbreaking, but it is incredible to see how resilient these dogs are, and how fast they ajust

Animal of the week

Starting today, once a week I will be posting a flyer for an animal that is currently for adoption at my companions rescue.  I will only take one down when it has been adopted, so you can always look at them.  If you want to adopt one of the animals, the contact information is on the flyer.  Thank you all.