Dog Groomer Patiently Calms a Very Scared and Angry Dog

With the many negative videos of groomers mishandling or abusing dogs, it’s refreshing to see this one, that shows a groomer calming a very scared dog with patience and positivity.

The Shiba Inu is strapped to the groomer’s table but is very frightened when she reaches for him. He lets out a vicious snarl and lunges for her repeatedly, but the groomer remains calm. She soothes him with a quiet voice and gentle hand and before long he’s letting her brush him.

It takes some bravery and love and dogs to do what she does here and she does a remarkable job. Respect!

Source: http://www.dogheirs.com

Beagle Puppy Teaches Rescued Dogs How To Trust Humans

Though she’s their newest rescue, this sweet Beagle has become an excellent ambassador for her humans! Little Serendipity (or “Seren” for short) was rescued from a pen at a market. She may have had some positive human interaction before, being at a market, with potential buyers playing with her and petting her.

She was not as weary of people as these other dogs were. Also, she still has her puppy curiosity and exuberance – which means that even if she was afraid of people before, she wasn’t for long!

Seren may be young, but she has already mastered her new position at the rescue! She’s very respectful approaching these larger dogs – an excited puppy may want to jump right in and get straight to playtime, but Seren knows that this is an important, sensitive job and it requires a careful hand!

The dogs in the enclosure were not raised by humans, but lived as feral dogs before being rescued. The yellow dog lived with a pack of other dogs, running wild with them for over a year before the entire pack was trapped and rescued.

The brown dog was raised in a mud-filled pipe with six other dogs, wading and living every day in mud that came up to her belly. These dogs may not be able to run wild, but they’re being rehabilitated, are receiving medical care, and will eventually get what all rescue dogs want – a family!

But before they can be introduced to people, they have to learn that humans can be family too! Rehabilitation for these dogs means getting them socialized with people, and it’s not an easy task for their caregivers, but they have help!

Seren gets right to work, and comes to the other dogs with a customary greeting – a gentle sniff, moving slowly, respectfully allowing herself to be sniffed in return. The other dogs are still quick to back away, though – not ready yet to allow Seren’s human friend a chance to say hello. Seren is just getting started, though, and is working her magic as we watch!

Seren’s tail takes over while she continues to sniff her way into their area with her Beagle nose. It goes back and forth, saying, “Hey, I’m friendly, and my friend here is too!” She walks right into their enclosure without any trouble, because who could say no to that little tail? Even the other dogs love it!

Finally, Seren goes in, and has cleared the way for her friend to enter too! The other dogs look a little weary at first of Seren’s human friend, but you can tell that they’re curious about her, and might be ready to meet her! Once she takes a seat, they come right over to sniff and see what she’s about. Seren, you’ve done it! Well done!

Watch Seren win over the dogs (and our hearts) in the video below!

Source: https://iheartdogs.com

Dinner Is Late, And Max The Great Dane Is One Unhappy Dog

Max somehow has an amazing sense of time. It’s human-like. The dog knows that his dinner is normally served at 5:00PM. Well, it’s now 5:08PM, and the annoyed pooch is wondering where his food is! This leads to a hilarious back-and-forth conversation between the dog and his owners.

Is your dog extremely picky about eating and eating on time? Does your dog seem to have an unbelievable inner clock like Max? Let’s hear it in the comments.

Source: http://arounthewrl.com

Pregnant Pit Bull refused to give birth when foster mom sees in her ultrasound

Chris and Mariesa’s visit to the shelter turned out to be just the stroke of luck one dog needed.

Storie, a heavily pregnant dog, was refusing to go into labor at the county kennel because she felt uncomfortable giving birth in the shelter conditions.

Chris and Mariesa thought she was the perfect dog to take home as she looked like she could give birth any day, and they wanted to give her a comfortable home for her to give birth in.

When they took Storie to the vet and had her ultrasound done, they were surprised to find she was harboring 12 puppies inside her.

The couple quickly began preparing a kennel in their home as they were expecting Storie to go into labor in a couple of days.

To their surprise, Storie went into labor that very night, just 18 hours after being picked up from the shelter. She was truly just waiting for a loving home to give birth in!

Storie and the couple welcomed 12 new puppies into the world. Chris and Mariesa already had their eyes on one puppy each to keep before putting the rest up for adoption.

With the help of Pibbles and More Animal Rescue (for whom the couple fostered Storie), all the puppies found new loving homes. We are so happy people like Chris and Mariesa exist in this world. We need more dog lovers like them!

Click the video below to watch this sweet story.

Source: http://arounthewrl.com