But rescue videos are good for more than just making us feel feelings. Not only do they showcase the amazing things that an animal rescue is doing, but they can also teach us what to do if we’re ever in a situation where a homeless animal needs our help. If it weren’t for Hope For Paws‘ social media presence, Bailey, the dog in the photos below, might never have had a chance.
Bailey was found by two German tourists who were crossing the desert. When they spotted this sick pup, they knew that they had to pause their travels to save his life.
To learn more about Hope For Paws, visit their official website. You can view all Hope For Paws rescues at Sunset TV. If you’re interested in adopting Bailey, contact Much Love Dog Rescue. All image source: Eldad Hagar/Flickr
This Guy is Winning Hearts for Stopping Pizza Deliveries to Rescue a Lost Dog. We love pizza. Not much beats the many delicious and versatile ways you can enjoy this perfect food – and, just a warning, if you try to stop us while we are eating a slice of our favorite piece of pizza, we’re not going to be too happy. Well, unless you are a dog in need. And thankfully Steve Donovon, a pizza delivery person, feels the same way.
Donovan was out delivering pizzas when he saw a lost dog running across four lanes of traffic. Even though he was headed to deliver pizzas, he couldn’t just turn a blind eye to the pup. Donovan turned around to fetch the dog. What a guy!
The dog, Mr. Snickers, thankfully had a tag on his collar (something all dog parents should have!) so our hero could easily reunite him with his rightful guardians. But first, Donovan had to deliver the pizzas. So Mr. Snickers adorably rode along to help make the deliveries. Mr. Snickers was the perfect passenger, not even trying once to eat the pizza.
You never know when an animal might need your help, so if like Donovan, you can’t say no an animal in need, consider keeping an animal rescue kit in your car at all times. This can include such items as a leash, crate, food and water, treats, a warm blanket, and a pet first aid kit. Carry an extra leash with you when you go on dog walks, but be careful when approaching a stray animal when you have your own doggies with you.
For more tips on how to help a lost animal, click here. Thank you, Steve Donovan, for bringing a smile to our faces! Image Source: Steve Donovan/Reddit
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