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Why You Should Leash Your Dog

 




Recently we’ve noticed an increase in the number of missing dogs. The top reason why these dogs had gone missing is because the dog owner let the dog run loose outside the house compound to urinate and defecate without the owners accompany. Do you ever think and know that this is an extremely irresponsible act?! As a pet owner you have the responsibility to care for the dog’s safety and minimize the possibility for them to encounter danger. When you are letting them out by their own, have you ever think about the consequences?

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The dangers that dog might be facing when they are outside home compound and by their own:

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1. Car accident – Even the dog is capable to cross road and watch out for car, but accidents might happen anytime

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2. Lost of direction – Dog may be distracted by new things or animals and walked out of the area that they are familiar with and can’t find the way back home

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3. Caught by local council – No matter what breed it is, no matter they have license or not, once the local council saw the dog loitering alone without leashed or without the owner by the side; they have the right to capture the dog!

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4. Poisoning – Dog might look for food at neighbour’s rubbish bin, messed up the area and neighbours might dislike the dog and poison them

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5. Stolen – Pure breed dogs will be stolen for breeding purposes or resell

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6. Dog fight and injury – If your dog is unneutered male dog and met with other females dog on heat, they will fight with other male dog to mate with the female dog and cause serious injury. Once the female stray dog pregnant it will increase the number of stray animals too!

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7. Unwanted pregnancy – If your dog is unspayed female dog on heat she will attract lots of male dogs for mating. Do not be surprised if you see her pregnant one day when she’s back home!

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We are not being exaggerated but above mentioned did happened before. Many dog owners felt regretted for the death or lost of their dog when they let the dog out by themselves, but it’s too late… If you are reading this article and you are one of them that letting your dog out by themselves, please make changes before the disaster happen! Thats not you that bear the horrible consequences, but your beloved pet!

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DOG MUST BE ON LEASH OR HAVE COMPANION OF OWNER BY SIDE EVERYTIME THEY GET OUT OF HOME COMPOUND – BRING YOUR PET FOR PEE AND POO DAY AND NIGHT OR TRAIN THEM TO URINATE AND DEFECATE AT HOME SMALL BREED DOGS HAVE TO BE INSIDE HOME AND KEEP THE DOORS CLOSED EVERYTIME.

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These are the very basic responsibilities of an owner, please help to share this article to create a more responsible community and also spread the correct concept of rearing a pet to avoid more pets from suffering.

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By H.O.P.E


Source: http://hopesjb.blogspot.com/2014/02/must-read-for-all-dogs-o..



 

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Homeless & Orphan Pets Exist (H.O.P.E.) is a non-profit organization and no-kill shelter that aims to improve welfare of strays and abandoned pets around Johor Bahru, Malaysia.

Our four core missions are rescuing, re-homing, sterilization and increasing public awareness of pet ownership and responsibilities. Currently, we are caring for approximately 700 abandoned animals in our shelter located at Lima Kedai.

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