Video: Dog Watches Over Wounded Dog Injured In Japan Tsunamis
Just when you felt your heart pull as much as it could watching all the devastation from the earthquake and ensuing Japan tsunamis, along comes this video of a dog in Japan that refuses to leave the side of another wounded dog during the earthquake and tsunamis.
The video shows how loyal dogs can be to each other. According to the Time magazine story, the dogs were subsequently taken to a shelter where they thankfully received plenty of care (via the transcript). Dog shelters receive wounded dogs all the time and work hard to nurse them back to good health. The FlexPet Shelter Program has been well received all over the country because it’s a great way for dogs with arthritis and degenerative joints to get back on their feet feeling better, ultimately giving them a better chance at adoption.
“People are very particular about the kinds of dogs they adopt and choose to bring into their homes,” said Jennifer Vasculero, a dog lover in Madison, Wis. “In general, people want to always help animals and more successful pet adoptions occur today because of the rise in awareness and the importance of saving as many dogs and animals as possible.”
The FlexPet Shelter Program helps dogs get healthy and remain healthy long after the adoption. Serving as a fund-raising opportunity for the shelters, the program allows shelter operators to sell the FlexPet degenerative joint supplement to adopting families so that dogs with pet joint pain can remain taking FlexPet and continue with bringing joints back to good health. FlexPet rebuilds the lost cartilage in dogs and pets and increases their overall joint mobility.
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