How You Can Help Dogs In Need Around The World


Dogs / Monday, May 16th, 2016
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How You Can Help Dogs In Need Around The World

If you are a dog lover and you would like to dedicate some time to helping dogs in need, there are plenty of ways you can make a difference. Unfortunately not all dogs get treated the way they should, many don’t have a place to call home and get mistreated. You can’t save every dog but you can still improve the lives of a select few. How you help depends on your interests, and what dogs you feel need the most help. Here are some ways you can help dogs in need around the world:
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Donate money to charities

If you don’t have much time to volunteer, you can still help by donating money to animal welfare charities. There are so many charities around the world helping dogs, you will find it difficult to choose which one to donate to. Even if you can only donate a small amount, it can still make a big difference.

 

Volunteer at shelters

There are thousands of shelters you can help out at all around the world. You can help the shelters in many ways, from feeding and walking the dogs to building shelters and helping to rehome dogs. This work is very rewarding and can make a huge difference to dogs in need.

 

Give a rescue dog a home

Another way you can help dogs around the world is to take on a rescue dog. You can adopt rescue dogs from many different countries. Change the life of a dog that has had a difficult start by giving them a loving, safe home.

 

Raise awareness of welfare issues

Raising awareness of welfare issues is another way to help dogs around the world. You may not think you are making that much of a difference, but you just might convince other people to do some good and make the right choices.

 

Foster dogs

If you are unable to rehome a dog, then consider fostering dogs instead. There isn’t always enough room in rescue shelters, and some dogs don’t cope very well in kennels. That’s where foster homes can help. The dogs get sent to a temporary home until they can be adopted.

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