Pit Bull Locked For 2 Years In A Cage, Feels Love For The First Time

When you have a dog, you need to care for them properly, or they could develop lifelong issues. Some people choose to use a crate for their young dog while they are away from home. Young dogs tend to get into more trouble and may not be housebroken yet. This is an old story, it dates back to 2012, but it is probably still something that happens today, and it deserves to be told again. Landis wasn’t ever allowed to come out of his cage.

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The pit bull was left alone in a cage that was way too small, his legs are folded. He is also dwarfed, which may be the reason the people left him to suffer in a cage.

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He suffered in a crate that didn’t allow him much room – for two years!

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Second Chance Rescue, located in New York rescued Landis and rushed him to the doctor to see if there was anything that could be done about his crumpled legs.

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Life at the shelter for Landis is heavenly compared to his former life. The animal shelter in Georgia whether Landis lives even started a Facebook page called “Project Landis” which is keeping track of Landis’ recovery.

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Since he was rescued, Landis has made some great progress! Despite all the abuse and neglect, Landis still won the hearts of all the shelter staff.

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Visit the Facebook page and see what other amazing things are happening with the rescue group Second Chance Rescue!

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Family Dog Went Missing For A Month Without A Trace — Then Their Other Pup Started Acting Strange

One family living in Saskatchewan, Canada, one beloved dog named Bruno went missing for a month. The pooch was owned by John and Cindy Billesbeger, who couldn’t find him despite their best efforts. They thought that Bruno was long gone – until one afternoon. John’s 2 other dogs started barking and tried to get John to follow them to an area located half a mile away from where they lived. Was it Bruno?

John went after the two dogs, only to find a 10-foot-deep hole that measured 4-feet side-wise. It was a long-forgotten old well – and something was in it!

And there their lost dog Bruno was – at the bottom of the well, frail and greatly weakened due to this ordeal.

Bruno had sustained multiple cuts and sores – his open injuries were also infected. His paws were also greatly worn out, possibly due to his escape attempts.

Together with his son, John pulled Bruno out of there, and drove Bruno to a veterinary hospital located in Estevan. Bruno went straight to emergency care, where he quickly received an IV drip and a check-up.

By the time the poor dog was found, he was already greatly malnourished, dehydrated and even anemic. However, Bruno was a lucky one – the hole he fell in had a few puddles of water, which proved crucial to his survival till he was rescued.

Bruno’s emergency care provided by the veterinary hospital he visited served him well – aside from a few sore paws and a much needed TLC, Bruno’s okay!

Today, Bruno’s recovered – and back to his own frisky self!

Terrified Dog was following him during Hurricane Harvey – So He sends message to owners!

Hurricane Harvey has devastated the state of Texas. Although people have lost everything to this unprecedented storm, there are still some small positive things to focus on. Tragedy can bring out the kindness in people, as this incredible dog rescue proves.

Aaron Jayjack is a storm chaser from Austin who was in Houston during Hurricane Harvey. According to his YouTube channel, Aaron was tracking the hurricane when he came across “a helpless dog.”

The scared dog followed Aaron down the road for a while, eventually jumping into the car all on his own.

Aaron couldn’t leave the sweet, scared pup alone, so he kept him in his car. Immediately, Aaron tweeted out a picture of the scared dog to his 2,000 followers. He was hoping that social media could help him reunite this terrified pup with his family.

While waiting for help, Aaron dubbed the dog “Harvey.”

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Even though the situation Harvey found himself in couldn’t have been scarier, he’s very lucky he found such a kind, caring stranger to watch over him!

Thousands of people online helped spread the word to locate Harvey’s owners.

Check out the video below to learn if Harvey was able to get home, and please SHARE this kind stranger’s actions on Facebook!

https://youtu.be/gSeq8uMC1RU

There are still over 100 dogs without food and shelter, they need to be saved! (VIDEO)

Kat Tschirgi Miller awoke on Monday August 28, 2017 to find the kennels at her Animal Rescue shelter flooded with over a foot of water overnight. Dogs were trying to escape the water, climbing the kennel fences or perching on floating crates.

When she learned that authorities were planning to open the dams further, she and her husband Kevin, knew the clock was ticking to get the hundred plus animals at the home to safety.

Every animal at the shelter was trapped and the waters were rising.

Kat explains that no one in the neighborhood was given any advanced warning, so no one was prepared. Their friends at Dallas DDR clarified for everyone that that Tall Tails Rescue was NOT in a danger zone or mandatory evacuation area.

“She [Kat] was actually taking evacuees dogs [from Houston and other areas]. She woke up to all this water after they opened 3 dams.”

Kat and Kevin refused to leave their dogs and immediately put out a 911 for help, writing:

“We are in serious need of help! They opened the dam north of us and we got over a foot of water overnight…and it’s still rising! They’re going to release more water from upstream and more rain is on the horizon. We’ve got to go and we’ve got to go now!

We won’t leave the dogs so need help getting them out by boat. We need temporary places for them to stay as well…

We’re still having trouble wrapping our heads around this and really aren’t sure where to begin. Can anyone get to us with a boat and a trailer so we can make several trips back and forth with dogs in crates?”

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VIDEO OF KAT AND KEVIN WALKING THROUGH THE SHELTER SHOWS JUST HOW DESPERATE THE SITUATION WAS.

Among the rescuers was the Chambers County Sheriffs Office and their airboat.

Some 100 dogs were ferried to a nearby park, but there were still 40 plus dogs, cats and pigs left inside the house when it got dark and authorities refused to let anyone go back out of safety concerns.

Sheriff Brian C. Hawthorne reports that all the animals have been rescued from the Tall Tails kennel in Hankamer, Texas. The animals, along with the owner of the kennel, Kevin Miller, were successfully rescued via air boat. Chambers County Office of Emergency Management is accepting donations for pet food and supplies for animals displaced by Hurricane Harvey. Please call 409-267-2445 to coordinate donations.

Posted by Chambers County Sheriff's Office on Montag, 28. August 2017

Their friends at Dallas Dog RRR was receiving updates from Kat and wrote how desperate the situation was for the animals left behind as the events were unfolding in real-time:

“Boats arrived and then turned around once they heard they were saving cats and dogs! Their lives matter too!

Our Rescue Partners in Houston have never EVER turned their back on any animals in need and today they have been disgraced when the boats turned around and refused to help all of the animals in the Medical boarding compound.

Any time we have ever called Kat to get a dog from the euth list or on the streets, she has ALWAYS gone within 5 minutes.”

Among the dogs inside is Mcbeth, one of Dallas Dog RRR’s rescues. “We can’t imagine what the are enduring and when think of my girl Kat, I think of her in this picture holding our Mcbeth who they are trying to get out,” the rescue wrote.

“Kat is one of the greatest forces in rescue and she and the dogs need us now….Please pray for Kat, Kevin, the dogs, our transporter.”

Later on Monday evening, Kevin updated everyone as to the situation at the home and with the animals left behind. He went back when it was very late and conditions were very unsafe as water levels were still rising.

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“Just left the home. There were 40 dogs and 10 pigs,” he wrote. “We did what we could and got as many as we could. PLEASE don’t bash anyone for not going back to get the rest. There’s no way and it’s life threatening conditions.

We released all the animals we had to leave behind in hopes they will find high ground. My heart is heavy, but a promise we did everything we could.”

The impact of what has happened is only now sinking in. “Kat & Kevin are alive,” wrote Dallas Dog RRR. “They have lost everything and only have the clothes on their backs – they took no personal belongings and their rescue vehicle is gone.” The dogs are at the park with little shelter, no supplies and everyone is soaking wet.”

As of Tuesday morning Kat updated everyone, saying: “My battery is at 12 percent. Hopefully someone bringing a charger. I really don’t know what today is going to bring. I feel there will be worse heartache than i have ever known. It has poured all night not letting up at all.

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We are still hoping there will be a way to get remaining dogs from our home but I am seeing people all around us to Winnie and Baytown who have flooded overnight. They are scared.

Some are stranded. I truly do not know if our dogs left behind made it through the night. I do know we have dogs here crammed in crates and who need out for potty time and clean crates.”

“Dogs and pigs still remain at the property and another dam may be released this morning. More boats were to go back out this morning…but conditions are pretty wild right now.”

“We have very few people who have actually been able to get to us to help,” she further explained. “I am told we may have transport trucks coming to get these dogs out but I truly don’t know how they will get here. I’m just praying something gives.

A schoolgirl in Hull has been caught on camera throwing a cat into a wheelie bin.

A girl’s been filmed dumping a cat in a bin. She in seen on CCTV carrying the animal before dropping the cat inside the bin,She weighed the bin down with rubbish and then ran away

Before returning to the scene twice she makes sure the Cat’s still in the bin .

Watch the Video:

https://web.facebook.com/itvnews/videos/1711286925570468/?_rdc=1&_rdr

 

 

 

Desperate For Help And Crying, A Trapped Dog Gets Freed From A Gate

A street dog had gotten herself stuck between the bars of a gate, and although she tried frantically, she was totally unable to get herself free.

So the poor dog waited and waited and waited.

We don’t know exactly how long the little dog was stuck for, but eventually, an animal rescue team heard about her and rushed to her side.

Neighbors heard her cries but being afraid of dogs they thought she would bite if they tried to get her out themselves, so they called Animal Aid to the rescue.

But it was the dog’s reaction after she was freed that proves how amazing animals are. Fortunately for us, the rescue team brought a camera and filmed the whole thing.

Watch the heartwarming video below:

 

 

His Previous ‘Owner’ Kicked Him Like a Football, But Even in Pain He Continued to Wagged His Tail

This poor little pup, known as Robin, was kicked like a football by his previous “owner.” This abuse damaged his diaphragm and shoved his inner organs up to his heart and lungs, which caused a great amount of pressure that could’ve killed him.

Robin’s only chance for survival was to have an emergency surgery that re-positioned his internal organs and restored his diaphragm. Despite the dangers, they decided to go through with it. Lucky for little Robin, it succeeded!

He has recovered wonderfully and he’s now living with his new humans. They just adore him, and he now has doggy siblings to run and play with.

No matter how much this pup has gone through, he never loses hope. Robin experienced a very difficult past, but now he’ll never have to be worried about a terrible human hurting him ever again!

Have a look at Robin’s remarkable recovery in the video below:

A Hero Rescues A Dog Completely Under 8 Feet Of Floodwater

The residents of the Baton Rouge area have been under immense stress lately. As floodwaters rise, they worry about their homes, possessions, and families.

Navigating the rising water is all about timing and knowing when to leave your home behind to save yourself and your loved ones. One man lost his dog, Sadie, when he was trying to make that escape. She panicked and was lost in the water.

Meanwhile, an area man named Josh Pettit was navigating the water, helping neighbors and strangers as they needed assistance. Along the way, he’s been documenting what he sees.

When he heard some rustling in the bushes, he had to find out what was hiding there. That’s when he noticed Sadie, barely treading water.

She looked exhausted and on the verge of giving up. So he and his friends did the only thing they could: rescue her and pull her onto their boat.

Eventually, Sadie was returned to her relieved owner — all thanks to Josh and his friends!

Please SHARE to thank this man for his selfless actions, and for helping humans and animals alike in this trying time!

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Josh Pettit was surveying the damage done by floodwaters in the Baton Rouge area when he came across a terrible sight.

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It was a dog barely hanging on for dear life, almost completely submerged under 8 feet of water.

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He wrote on Facebook: “Baton Rouge got flash floods this morning going from dry land to 8 feet of water in people’s houses within [two] hours! Extremely bad situation. 

“Out the corner of my eyes, I [saw] a bush shaking! This is all I saw! Eyes and nose barely above water.

She could barely tread water anymore. She was so worn out and had the saddest eyes I ever seen, so scared for her life!”

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We saved her and she came, laid her head on my lap, and cried and moaned like a big baby! She was thanking me.

I thank God for letting me notice her. We then Rescues a vet and his animals, and she went with them to dry land.

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He later gave an update on Sadie’s condition: “Got Sadie back to her owner. She freaked out and ran away when he was putting the male in the truck. He said she was happy as can be!!!”

Posted by Josh Pettit on Sonntag, 14. August 2016

A Hero Rescues A Dog Completely Under 8 Feet Of Floodwater

The residents of the Baton Rouge area have been under immense stress lately. As floodwaters rise, they worry about their homes, possessions, and families.

Navigating the rising water is all about timing and knowing when to leave your home behind to save yourself and your loved ones. One man lost his dog, Sadie, when he was trying to make that escape. She panicked and was lost in the water.

Meanwhile, an area man named Josh Pettit was navigating the water, helping neighbors and strangers as they needed assistance. Along the way, he’s been documenting what he sees.

When he heard some rustling in the bushes, he had to find out what was hiding there. That’s when he noticed Sadie, barely treading water.

She looked exhausted and on the verge of giving up. So he and his friends did the only thing they could: rescue her and pull her onto their boat.

Eventually, Sadie was returned to her relieved owner — all thanks to Josh and his friends!

Please SHARE to thank this man for his selfless actions, and for helping humans and animals alike in this trying time!

1

Josh Pettit was surveying the damage done by floodwaters in the Baton Rouge area when he came across a terrible sight.

2

It was a dog barely hanging on for dear life, almost completely submerged under 8 feet of water.

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He wrote on Facebook: “Baton Rouge got flash floods this morning going from dry land to 8 feet of water in people’s houses within [two] hours! Extremely bad situation.

“Out the corner of my eyes, I [saw] a bush shaking! This is all I saw! Eyes and nose barely above water.

She could barely tread water anymore. She was so worn out and had the saddest eyes I ever seen, so scared for her life!”

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We saved her and she came, laid her head on my lap, and cried and moaned like a big baby! She was thanking me.

I thank God for letting me notice her. We then Rescues a vet and his animals, and she went with them to dry land.

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He later gave an update on Sadie’s condition: “Got Sadie back to her owner. She freaked out and ran away when he was putting the male in the truck. He said she was happy as can be!!!”