Tag Archives: Germany

Stray Dog Goes Form Begging On The Streets To A Loving Home

Stray dogs like Bozo make my heart melt. You know there are so many stray dogs here, that you can find all the characters you can imagine. Friendly, reluctant, protective, indifferent, fearful, feral, independent, carefree. And then there are the dogs like Bozo – all it takes is one look from you and they will follow you around like you are their human, obey you and trust you and stay by your side, even if it’s the first time they meet you.



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Trapped In A World Too Small – Story Of A Senior Dog

Tina’s story was a lesson for all of us that were involved in her rescue or simply followed her progress. Against all odds, she thrived. Against all odds, she beat every single stereotype about senior dogs, about huge dogs, about adoption, about life.




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Giant Dog Adopted At 12 Proves That Anything Is Possible

Giant dogs suffer more discrimination that any other. “They need space”, “my house is not big enough”, “they need too much exercise”, “they feel oppressed in an apartment” are some of the erroneous beliefs and stereotypes that follow them, preventing many amazing giants from enjoying the life they deserve.



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