Will street dogs ever get a chance to say 'My Choice'?

New Delhi: A lot has been said and written about street dogs in past but this particular video is going to touch your soul.  A video regarding this is hogging limelight these days.A beautiful monochrome
will street dogs ever get a chance to say my...
India TV News Desk 03 Apr 2015, 03:41 PM IST

New Delhi: A lot has been said and written about street dogs in past but this particular video is going to touch your soul.  A video regarding this is hogging limelight these days.

A beautiful monochrome depiction incorporates various choices of a dog very much contrasting to Bollywood diva Deepika Padukone's #MyChoice video.

However, this one talks about many unanswered questions regarding our pets, especially dogs.

Everyone is entitled to his or her opinion - their choice! If women need to be empowered, then so do men...and so do DOGS.

Have we ever thought how these dogs feel when they are trapped in the long chains, though their owners walk around freely? While they are made to sit in a corner, their owners are enjoy all colors of life.  

If we humans needs full freedom, space, love and support then why not these dogs? They too have life and they too want to move around like a free spirit.

According to a study, though humans are the most emotive subjects, dogs elicit more empathy than the humans. So next time you throw a pebble on them, wait for a moment and think what if it were your child in its place?

What if you are chained the entire day? What if you are not allowed to speak when you want the most? What if you are being treated as not so important….. It hurts! Doesn't it?

So think of a dog who is not allowed to bark when it wants to, when it is stopped from waging its tail or tongue. Think!

Your thinking will bring a big difference to the life of such pets.


Watch this video here, it will help you...

 

Do you know?

1. There are 30 million stray dogs in India.

2. Millions of dogs and people live together in close quarters. Accordingly, India accounts for almost 40% of all rabies deaths worldwide.

3. 80% of dogs don't see their first birthday because of uncertain death due to accident or disease.

4. In 2001, a law was passed in India that made the killing of stray dogs illegal. In August 2014, the Delhi Police recruited many of the city's stray dogs as police dogs, after training them.

5. Studies by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the Animal Welfare Board of India (Ministry of Environment & Forests) show that dog population control measures which work in developed countries are unsuccessful in developing countries like India.

 

 

 
 
 

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