All dogs have the right to run freely. Dogs are often curious creatures, most happy to roam and explore with their wonderful noses. Preventing them from using their regular senses can discourage or even forceful. A dog named Alex is a realistic illustration of this.
Aggression in dogs in frequently ascribed to say the least in a dog rather than outside factors that might have caused this conduct. At the point when you see a dog yapping at you, do you accept its a mean dog with an awful demeanor, or do you expect that the dog took in this conduct in light of how it was dealt with and conditioned?
The video below shows a German Shepherd named Alex who has been fenced off his entire life. Alex’s story is told in a video by Steve Markwell, a hero who worked with the Humane Society to save Alex.
Markwell, who runs the Olympic Animal Sanctuary in Washington, said the Humane Society asked him to help protect a dog that had been chained for most of his life.
No one could contact Alex any longer, including his proprietor. Markwell consented to help and went to meet the dog.
Markwell was extremely tolerant with Alex as he endeavored to get him the chain. The poor dog kept barking, unsure what was happening. Finally, though, Markwell was able to guide Alex into a carrier.
Then, he took the dog into the car. As they were driving, Markwell realized that Alex had calmed down now that he was free from his chain.