Singapore, like many Asian nations, is seeing an increase in dog ownership, but unfortunately that means a concurrent increase in abandoned dogs. One of the reasons for such a high number of unwanted dogs is that people take on the responsibility without really knowing what it entails. The Singapore S.P.C.A. decided to make a very basic video to. . .
We have posted before about the appalling stray-dog problem in Puerto Rico (see a clip from a video about it here), where it is apparently not unusual for folks to just abandon their dogs when they become inconvenient. Now a nonprofit called the Sato Project aims to bring some of these strays to the. . .
The Manchester Dogs Home in Manchester, England, is able to re-home about 4,000 dogs per year, which is a remarkable achievement. Unfortunately, that number represents just a third of the dogs taken in. A 35-year-old Web designer named Sean Le Vegan has decided to do something about the problem, and he has chosen a. . .
Here’s an amazing video made by two college students in Chile to call attention to the plight of urban stray dogs. Shot in Santiago, the video shows people tying balloons to strays, and each balloon contains a written message, such as “Do not mistreat me” and “Give me love.” The goal was to make the invisible visible and force people to recognize the animals that. . .
After spending the past year living as a stray at a Texas power plant, a dog named Girlie has finally found a forever home. A beautiful, one-year-old mixed breed, she spent the first 12 months of her life scavenging around an Exelon facility in Dallas. That’s where Kara Corn, a plant employee, spotted Girlie, and she quickly. . .
Graham Chaffee is not well-known outside the world of graphic novels and comics books, but that’s about to change. His new book is called Good Dog and features as a hero a stray named. . .