How is Ukraine preparing to host the Euro 2012 football tournament?
By allowing the mass slaughter of stray dogs in the streets!
Help defenceless Ukrainian dogs by supporting PETA's campaign today!

Did you know that in Ukraine, dogs are being shot or poisoned and left to endure agonising deaths?

 

Watch the new video above to see the shocking animal abuse that the Ukrainian government is trying to hide from the rest of the world.

While the clearest solution to animal overpopulation is to promote spay-and-neuter initiatives, homeless animals in Ukraine are being caught and then shot or poisoned and thrown into mass graves or crematoriums to be burned.

The 2012 European Football Championship will begin next month, and host countries Poland and Ukraine are busy preparing for the tournament. In Ukraine, this preparation includes a barbaric attempt to purge the streets of homeless animals in order to keep the misery of abandoned and neglected dogs out of the public eye.

PETA is determined to expose this cruelty and pressure the Ukrainian government to stop the killings immediately and adopt more humane methods to address its animal overpopulation problem. You can help us fight for animals in Ukraine and around the world –
watch the revealing new video, share it with your friends and family and make a donation to support PETA's campaign right now.

Global efforts to stop the killing in Ukraine are growing. A number of football players have joined PETA Germany in publicly holding Ukrainian authorities accountable for the suffering of these dogs and demanding the use of humane methods to manage the homeless animal crisis. Will you stand up for dogs in Ukraine and all animals we're fighting for by making a special donation right now?

The homeless dogs who are being killed in Ukraine are little different from the faithful canine friends in many of our homes and have the same capacity to feel love, fear and pain. Even the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), the organisation behind the championship, has criticised Ukrainian authorities for the massacre. The UEFA also offered financial support to animal protection advocates for humane spay-and-neuter initiatives in the country after being contacted by PETA Germany. Yet the Ukrainian government has done little to end the mass extermination. We can't let this massacre continue.

Please take action now.
Watch the video and support PETA's efforts to stop animal abuse in Ukraine and around the world. Thank you.

Kind regards,
Ingrid E Newkirk
Founder

PS In Ukraine, dogs' bodies are being tossed into crematoriums and burned, and some animals are even being burned while still alive. It's estimated that 7,000 dogs are being killed every month in the region around Donetsk alone. Please stand with us against this cruelty –
watch the video and make a donation today to support the fight against animal abuse whenever and wherever it occurs!

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Dansk Kennel Klub har udarbejdet et sæt spilleregler, som børn kan lære for at undgå ulykker!
Spørg altid ejeren om lov, før du tager kontakt  til en fremmed hund.
Sig "Hej Hund" og se, om den vil hilse på dig. Respekter hvis den ikke har lyst til det.
Stryg hunden på siden af hovedet - Klap den ikke oven på hovedet!
Bøj dig ikke ind over hunden, hold ikke fast på den og kram den ikke, heller ikke selv om du kender den.
Tag ikke legetøj eller mad fra hunden.
Væk ikke hunden, hvis den sover.

Hvis du møder en løs hund

Stop op og stå stille. Løb ikke og vift ikke med armene.

Kig ikke hunden i øjnene. Vend siden til og ignorer hunden - så vil den snart miste interessen og gå væk.


Lænkehunden!

En lænket Hund udvikler sig ofte til en bidsk og upålidelig Hund. Lænkning gør den angst, fordi den er ude af stand til at forsvare sig - og den kan heller ikke forsvare sin ejer. En lænkehund har i hvert fald - som alle andre levende væsner - krav på  nogen daglig motion. Loven foreskriver, at den skal have forsvarlig røgt og pleje. Lænken skal være mindst 3 meter lang. Hundehuset skal yde tilstrækkelig værn mod regn, blæst og kulde, og Hunden skal kunne stå oprejst i Hundehuset. En smule opdragelse i hvalpealderen vil dog være at foretrække for den FORKASTELIGE skik at holde en Hund lænket!

Fodring

Hvalpe bør fodres fra 5 til 8 gange daglig, varierende efter alderen. Voksne Hunde 2 gange dagligt. Der skal altid stå frisk vand fremme til Hunden. Hvalpens kalkbehov er kolossalt stærkt; den bør have rigeligt tilskud af fosforsur kalk, men samtidig må den have levertran, ellers kan kalken ikke absorberes  i organismen. Hakket råt kød, blandet med kartoffelmos eller smurt på rugbrødsterninger, rugbrød med leverpostej eller fedt, hjerter, nyrer, lever, kogt eller rå, lidt grøntsager, helst rå gulerødder, gerne lidt ost, hele kogte sild (med indvolde) og anden kogt eller stegt fisk, er sund og god hundemad. Kødben kan give forstoppelse, og må højst gives 2 gange om ugen, og slet ikke til ældre hunde. Fugle og vildtben, kanin og lammeben må ikke bruges som hundefoder, da de kan forvolde mave og tarmlidelser. Mælk kan give tynd mave. Ikke alle Hunde tåler det, man må prøve sig frem. Sukker giver ikke dårlige øjne, tværtimod. Rigeligt med sukker til en afmagret Hund kan gøre underværker. Husk, at det er lige så forkert at overfodre sin Hund som at sulte den. Undgå derfor at fodre mellem måltiderne.

The Two-Legged Wonder Dog!

This is her story! FAITH was a pup born with a birth defect.
The incredible life of an amazing & inspirational two-legged dog that walks upright like a human


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