Having an animal as a best friend can take the form of relationship known as the “pet”, but it can also take other forms. People who work with animals often characterize their non-human partners as friends. People who work with search-and-rescue dogs, herding dogs, or police dogs develop and depend on the closeness of friendship. The same holds for equestrians, as horses and riders must understand each other’s bodies and movements intimately. In some situations, animals provide the sole source of affection and interaction in people’s lives. Homeless people who live on the streets with animal companions experience togetherness 24/7. Some people have really good heart for helping animals and they deserve to receive good bless.
Someone informed us about an small puppy wounded around his stomach, so we went there and checked at that time he was outside the cave but we doesn’t had anything in our hands to caught him. So we went back to home and took all necessary requirements like cloth,milk,bag etc.
And caught the puppy and covered the wound with a cloth and took him to a veterinary clinic at Calicut .
“Dogs have their own emotions, needs, and wants. The more we show our dogs that we respect their opinions, the more comfortable and happy they become around us,” Bloom says. “A strong bond with a dog is a gift unlike any other. It’s worth cultivating!”
All of us can make a difference for animals in our everyday lives, whether it’s by adopting a pet, choosing products not tested on animals, eating a humane diet or engaging your community in animal protection issues. With so many widespread problems facing animals, it takes all of our collective efforts to confront these cruelties and change things for the better.
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