Inspirational Dog Rescue Video – Please Help

This is another inspirational dog rescue video from a rescue organization called Hope For Paws.  Two dogs are abandoned in a sewer. I admire them so much for the fantastic work that they do. This can be viewed in the video below.

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It is rewarding beyond words to rescue a dog from the shelter and have that dog become part of your family.......................Jenna Morasca

It is rewarding beyond words to rescue a dog from the shelter and have that dog become part of your family.…………………. Jenna Morasca.

Jenna Morasca:   She is an American actress, who was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is best known for being a contestant on the American reality TV show, ” Survivor: The Amazon “, where she won the grand prize of one million dollars.

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Please SHARE this inspirational dog rescue video, and remind yourself of the good people in this world and the great rescue work that they do. Thank you.

8 thoughts on “Inspirational Dog Rescue Video – Please Help”

  1. I have a rescue dog and so my heart goes out to these dogs that are just left like trash or abused.  I would take in 10 if I could.  My rescue dog is the sweetest dog ever.  I honestly don’t know how people can abuse them.  It is the same as abusing your children in my book.  Great post!

    • Matt’s Mom

      Thank you for such a lovely post and your thoughts about rescue dogs. I totally agree with you. I am glad that you enjoyed the post.

      As I said in my reply to Melissa, they are such amazing dogs, so forgiving and I am the better person, for them coming into my life

      Dave

  2. In my experience, rescue dogs can come with quite a bit of baggage. They may have been mistreated or not well looked after, and so their level of trust with people might be much lower than other dogs who have come from loving homes. 

    I think that anybody who brings a rescue dog into their home needs to be prepared for a long journey of retraining and building trust with the dog. It won’t necessarily be a short and simple process, rather a very long (and rewarding) process before the dog feels happy and comfortable in their new surroundings.

    I think anybody looking for a new family dog should at least consider a rescue dog, and make sure that the fit between dog and family is right. Thanks. Dogs are just the best 🙂

    • Melissa

      As one who is involved with rescue dogs, I agree entirely with what you have written. 

      When they come into our home, I get so angry because of the condition they come to us. Most of the time it’s the mental state that they are in. The abuse and the baggage that they come with. 

      However I want to say, that they are just amazing dogs, so forgiving and they make me a better person because of it. Love and patience goes such a long way in their recovery.

      Dave

  3. This was such a heartbreaking video but he looked so happy in the end. It is good to know there are caring people out there who will do whatever it takes to rescue animals in distress.

    When I was in Costa Rica, I met a lady who just couldn’t turn away from any animal. We were going somewhere in her car when she spotted a baby monkey fall off a wire. She immediately braked, scooped him up in a blanket, put him in a dog kennel and drove him to the vet. It is people like this that make a difference.  

    Thank you for sharing.

    • Mary

      Thank you for your lovely post and especially about your story in Costa Rica. I agree entirely “It is people like this that make a difference.”. It makes the world a much nicer place

      Dave

  4. Nice video. Thank you for sharing.

    The two kids were so kind to call Hope For Paws and stayed with the dogs. I hope more people will do the same thing to help animals crying for help.

    It is great to have Hope of Paws and similar rescue and shelter organisations.  With their helps, many animals were rescue and adopted by animal lovers.

    • Christine

      Thank you for posting. As one who is involved with the rescue of dogs, I have tremendous admiration for any rescue organization.

      Dave

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