In April 2019, while working on elephant cruelty investigations, PACK CEO Tim Gorski came across a dying street dog seeking refuge in a residential garage. The owners of the house wanted to help but really didn't know what to do. The nearest vet is over an hour away. Tim agreed to take Pepsi to the vet to be treated, vaccinated, and neutered. Tim then helped the homeowners adopt Pepsi by teaching them proper care. This is the result of that minimal effort just 3 months later.
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今年四月，PACK執行長Tim Gorski在泰國進行受虐大象調查時，遇到一隻垂死的浪浪Pepsi，倒臥在一個民宅前的垃圾堆中。民宅屋主想要幫忙，但卻不知道該怎麼做，而最近的獸醫大約要開車一個小時。Tim決定幫助Pepsi, 帶他到獸醫那裏診治，打預防針並結紮。接著再帶Pepsi回到民宅主人那裡，教導民宅一家人如何照顧受傷的Pepsi。透過影片，你可以看到Pepsi這三個月的轉變。
Holland has been working hard to fix their stray dog problem and it finally paid off! The Netherlands has officially become the first country without stray dogs. Hopefully, other countries with similar issues will follow suit as Holland shows the world that it can be done!
June 14th, 2019
By Cedric Jackson
Contributor at Animal Channel
Homelessness is a huge problem for animals all over the world. There’s no way to exactly count how many stray dogs there are But the World Health Organization estimates that about 200 million around the globe do not have a home.
What’s more, there’s no real easy solution to this problem. As stray dogs continue to have babies, the world is simply unequipped to handle the sheer influx of them. Sadly, that means having a home and a family isn’t going to happen for the vast majority of pups.
“This problem has escalated to the point where it would take decades of a concentrated spay-neuter program in a city like Houston to begin to reduce the numbers,” said Peter Zheutlin, a rescue dog advocate. “The shelters are not often high priorities for governments either when they’ve got competing demands from the school department, the police department, the fire department, parks, sanitation. Who speaks for the dogs?” Click here for full story and find out at Animal Channel.