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I Miss My Beautiful Dog

On my last post, my heart was chipped away when Sandy died. My world seems different without her in it, she was my family.  I’ve posted this picture before but I’m going to do it againMadison Massaging Sandy. That is my niece Madison (several years ago) with her best buddy Sandy.  I am horrible about photos and now I wish I would have taken many more of her.  She will always be in my heart, and in my mind.

Brandon Fouche is my hero ! If you have a chance look him up. Here is a video that is needed for dog owners. I’ve posted stuff on him before.  Louis Theroux another hero of mine did a documentary on, City of Dogs, in LA on the over population of unwanted dogs, strays , overcrowded dog shelters. He also brought attention to dogs that are labeled difficult, unable to be rehabilitated.  Brandon Fouche says he has never met a dog that could not be rehabilitated. We as humans are not doing right by theses animals, or our own, and we need to learn to do right by them.  We need to live in harmony and celebrate the things they teach and  improvements they bring to our lives.

For that matter, we need to spread love and include all people, things and places that are mistreated.

Louis Theroux Introduces Brandon Fouche

 

On the rainy road yesterdayLouis Theroux, one of my favorite journalists providing many years of great journalistic documentary reporting, did a piece on  LA dogs

He reports on the epidemic of strays, unwanted animals, that are abandoned onto the streets of LA by pet owners, or taken to dog shelters being erroneously and needlessly killed. Brandon Fouche has a thing or two to teach us, rescuing and working with abandoned abused animals that citizens create. He  proves that the majority of the abused and neglected dogs labeled as aggressive in shelters, who are killed, can recover, moving them forward in the now, healthy moment, and not their old fearful and abused past. He is a voice for these incorrectly labeled dogs wanting the public to see that 99% of the mis labeled aggressive, issued dogs in shelters are adoptable. It is very rare when dogs are too far damaged to rehabilitate.

There is a huge sector of  irresponsible pet owners who get a dog and then are clueless to the responsibilities and care of them. They end up abandoning them on the streets, or taking them to a shelter.

I’m a fan Mr. Fouche !!!  It is my duty to circulate this important  information. Lets stop killing animals, creating a huge population of neglected , mis labeled dogs that pet owners, breeders,  or dog fighters are responsible for generating .

Lets stop putting animals out on the streets, in shelters, over breeding, dog fighting.