An abused dog is shown affection for the first time

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+16 1. funkyging commented 5 years ago

Well, there goes my ears and headphones. Sound warning pretty please!!
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+11 2. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

I am glad Priscilla has a loving home now, but it's hard for me to watch the kind of misery those poor dogs are in to begin with :'( :(
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+15 3. kirkelicious commented 5 years ago

The the psychological technique used in this video is called flooding. Basically the concept behind it is to overwhelm the individual with a stimulus it is afraid of until it stops fighting it and hopefully realizes, that it causes no harm. In this case it worked really well, but it has the potential to backfire and traumatize the dog even more. Also, there is a high chance of getting bit.
So, don't try this at home.
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+10 4. metataggers commented 5 years ago

Well done. Can't change its past, but compassion and patience is what the planet sadly lacks.
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-11 5. Noobeater commented 5 years ago

I bet it was deelicious.
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0 6. mitis77 commented 5 years ago

#4 I'm sorry, but what ??? The video is about compassion and patience.

There will always be something cruel, but as long as there is also something good to balance it, we're OK. I'm really glad, we could see a video of dog recovering rather then dog getting violated.

First seconds of the video are really disturbing, so on top of volume warning a disturbing video warning would also be nice.

Anyone knows how long it took for Priscilla to recover?
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+3 7. Sluggishadj commented 5 years ago

Thank you for making me cry.
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+2 8. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

#6 Read the comment...that is what #4 means...
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+3 9. Kenuty commented 5 years ago

My ears holy shiet
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+7 10. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

A cry of fear and horror...it really broke my heart when I heard it...no being, human or animal, should have to go through that kind of stress at any time in their life...not in this day and age!!!
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0 11. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

I would love to get my hands on the person or persons that caused that poor creature to so stressed. That would have been a prolonged period of abuse not a simple telling off. It's heart wrenching to watch.
#5 You are an idiot!!
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+1 12. Noobeater commented 5 years ago

What I thought i'd do is I'd become one of those deaf-mutes.
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+5 13. erzug commented 5 years ago

This is the kind of activities the HSUS does year-round for all kinds of animals - domestic and otherwise. That's why I contribute to that organization.
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0 14. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

#12 If that is an avoidance strategy to avoid reading that you are an idiot it doesn't work of course. :|
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+2 15. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

Why is #13 down-voted for his comment? :S
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+2 16. sux2bu commented 5 years ago

#13 The Humane Society of the United States is truly a worthwhile organization to contribute to. :)
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+1 17. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

#16 Wow..great comment! :P
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+5 18. Thunderknight commented 5 years ago

I am a volunteer for a foundation for abonded and abused Spanish dogs. The Podenco is a working dog for hunting and are considered to be unsuitable for having in homes. In the last 3 years that I am working for the foundation, we as the foundation(there are 8 people) have rehomed more than 800 Podencos to a forever home. There are also dogs just set out in the spanish country side because they do not want to take care of them anymore. This is very much daily bussines in much of the shelters in Spain and for sure in other countries.
I work from the Netherlands with the goal to give the lost souls a good home in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium. I have seen things done to dogs that will let you crinch and cry. For sure I did. Remarkable most of these dogs are more forgiving to people then people are to them selfs. I know the work that I do is just a drop of water on a hot plate, but for the dogs that we have saved, for them it changed there lives forever and are sleeping in warm and loving homes.
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+3 19. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

#18 Tons of respect to you!!! <3