Dogs deserve your respect. They are sources of great joy, unconditional love and devotion. For this reason alone they should live unchained. Many people consider dogs to be “man’s best friend”. It feels good to rescue a dog from abusive circumstances or to place them in a new, loving home. We share these stories with our dog-loving friends to make their day.
A Dog Being Unchained Displays Joy Worth Observing
This story is one of those we want to share with our friends. Watching a Husky who had never tasted the joy of running free experience this for the first time is fantastic!
His name is Biscuit. Can you imagine how Biscuit felt the first time he tasted freedom? This video clip shares his first venture into free play.
After Biscuit’s life-time of restriction, he spent his first moments of being unchained running around in a gorgeous 6-acre field. You do not want to miss Biscuit’s first time running free after living in captivity his entire life.
As humans, we know how precious freedom is. This video clip is a reminder to never take our freedom or that of our dogs for granted.
Dogs Deserve To Live Unchained
Can you imagine what your life would be like it if you were confined to a 20 foot circle? Would never going anywhere new, meeting new people or seeing new locations sadden you?
Would simply seeing another individual sporadically be enough to keep you happy? Do you think the inability to freely investigate your surroundings would bother you?
This was Biscuit’s life until his circumstances were altered and he experienced his first taste of freedom. Watch closely to see if you can tell the moment he realized he was free.
He takes full advantage of the six acres set aside for him to roam and investigate. Biscuit enthusiastically explores the space in such a joyful manner!
Dogs were created to run free, not to live their lives on a chain. It is a miserable existence. But, before jumping to conclusions if you see a dog on a chain, get the facts straight. It may be a necessary and temporary resolution to a problem of which you are not aware. If you are neighbors, it is usually easier to find out what is going on without causing avoidable problems in the community.
If you are driving and see a questionable situation it is a different matter altogether. Again, do not jump to conclusions and make accuations of animal cruelty. Many communities have regulations or even laws on the use of chains for restricting dogs. The dog’s owner may be adhering to the community standards. That is easy enough to check out.
If there is any doubt about whether or not the dog needs to rescued, call the local rescue shelter and discuss the situation with them. They are better equipped to deal with the owners as well as with the dog. Keep yourself safe while making sure the dog is safe as well.
Use your brain to keep your emotions from getting you in to trouble when trying to protect a dog. This article may be of particular interest to you. https://happymutt.org/to-tether-or-not-to-tether-what-do-you-think/
Here is another story of dogs experiencing their first tastes of freedom.https://excellentdogsclub.com/free-to-run-over-a-4-acre-playpen/