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  1. This cute, 24-second video could have turned horrific in a heartbeat. What dog? In this video, we see a man chasing his dog across the road. I’ve tried to identify the breed of the dog, and it looks like a Maltese or a Maltese mix. Image by orvis.com The playful dog prances around its owner evading capture. Under normal circumstances, this would be a cute scenario (watching the helpless owner failing to catch the dog and even falling on the road is quite funny). Enter truck But then, the dog, oblivious to traffic, almost gets run down by a truck. The truck manages to swerve out just in time and saves the pooch from doggy heaven. What the people say Yes owner. Get a leash.
  2. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/dog-owner-fined-for-causing-pet-unnecessary-pain-throws-11143444 If I no money to see doctor, who can I charge?
  3. Fitvip

    The most intelligent dog.

    The most intelligent dog. VID-20201023-WA0010.mp4
  4. StreetFight3r

    Dog bites off baby arm (melaka)

    A week-old baby girl in Melaka had her right arm bitten off by a family dog after it mistook her for food. 8 World reported that the incident happened on September 8. The baby girl was only a week old and appeared jaundiced, so a relative put her outside in the sunlight. Unfortunately, the family dog thought that the baby girl was food and bit off the portion of her right arm right up to her shoulder. When the family came out of the house later, they discovered, to their horror, the baby girl bloodied and crying. She was rushed to a hospital in Kuala Lumpur where she underwent a 10-hour surgery to reattach her severed arm. Unfortunately, due to her age and tiny blood vessels, the surgeons were unable to reattach her arm. 8 World reported that the girl is still under observation in the hospital's neonatal intensive care unit. The authorities later found that the family dog was unlicensed. It was also found to be unstable and was later taken to a veterinary clinic. It will be isolated for two weeks and checked for rabies. 8 World also reported that the dog will be euthanised once it is diagnosed. https://mothership.sg/2020/09/dog-bite-baby-arm-melaka/ poor baby I'm surprised they left her outside unattended n didnt notice the babys crying when it happened. adults mistake, dog to take the blame for it again
  5. Senior pet dog in S’pore put to sleep just as dog welfare group offered to care for it source: https://mothership.sg/2020/03/singapore-senior-dog-put-down/ A senior pet dog in Singapore has been put to sleep on Monday, March 23, at 11:15am, merely a day after help to treat it was desperately offered by a local dog welfare group. Details of the incident was put up on Facebook by the dog welfare group, Chained Dog Awareness in Singapore. According to the post, the dog was at least eight years old and allegedly very sick, according to neighours of the household that kept the dog who had witnessed its condition over a period of time. The dog was witnessed to have been dragging its feet and barking a lot, but otherwise, had a good appetite. The dog apparently belonged to the wife of the man that was approached by the dog welfare group with an offer to help the dog seek veterinary treatment. What allegedly happened At least three people made their way to the dog owner’s place on Sunday, March 22 at about 11.30am, to negotiate for the dog to be taken to a vet to be treated for its ailment. However, after the first initial conversation, the dog owner became unresponsive to messages. A contact number belonging to one of the individuals from Chained Dog Awareness in Singapore was left with the neighbour of the household that owned the dog, so that the dog welfare group could still be reached subsequently. Euthanised suddenly On Sunday night, the dog’s owner called the number and agreed to meet on Monday afternoon to discuss his dog’s welfare. A WhatsApp text was sent to the dog owner on Monday morning at 930am to confirm the meeting was going ahead. The dog owner replied and was thankful for the reminder. However, two hours later, the dog owner replied and said the dog had been put to sleep and sent an accompanying vet report of the euthanasia procedure. The owner said it his text the dog was 14.5 years, which was vastly older than the eight years old age previously mentioned by the dog welfare group in its post. The owner also apparently explained in the text message about why the dog was put down: “My dog is healthy but too old already.” Responses The recounting of what happened has elicited strong reactions from dog lovers in Singapore, who are angry that the dog was put down suddenly. They are also perturbed that the dog owner sent a message post-euthanasia that said, “Hope solve the problem”. Anger was also reserved for the animal clinic that put down the dog, as the animal appeared to have been put down in haste.
  6. New size criteria let bigger dogs live in HDB flats source: https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/new-size-criteria-let-bigger-dogs-home-in-on-hdb SINGAPORE - Housing Board (HDB) flat owners can now adopt bigger dogs under a government scheme that has revised the size criteria for rehoming local mixed-breed canines. Dogs up to 55cm tall, with no weight limit, can be rehomed to HDB flats under Project Adore, the Animal & Veterinary Service (AVS) said on Sunday (March 1). Previously, only dogs under 50cm and up to 15kg could be rehomed to HDB flats under the scheme. Large dogs are usually not allowed to be kept in HDB flats, but Project Adore enables this with proper documentation and measures in place. The scheme began in 2012 and allows HDB dwellers to adopt a local mixed-breed dog, typically larger in size than HDB's approved breeds. They cannot be bought from shops or breeders but must come from one of five participating welfare groups - the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), Action for Singapore Dogs, Save Our Street Dogs, Exclusively Mongrels and Causes for Animals. Stray dogs are taken to vet clinics or the SPCA's clinic to be sterilised, vaccinated and microchipped before being rehomed through the animal welfare groups. AVS, which comes under the National Parks Board, estimates that 50 more dogs, on top of the average of 250 dogs, could be rehomed each year under the new changes, which will be assessed in a two year pilot. The scheme had seen 1,335 local mixed-breed dogs rehomed as at Dec 31 last year. Potential adopters will be screened and all must abide by stringent ownership conditions, such as sterilising, routine vaccinations and undergoing obedience training courses. The AVS announced on Sunday that the K9 public adoption scheme, which allows the public to adopt retired sniffer dogs, will be extended for another two years, as no canines were available in the initial one-year pilot. Dog lovers Brenda Chong, 27, and her husband Heah Yong Chian, 29, are proud owners of three-year-old Belle, which was once a stray in Tuas. The couple, who live in a three-room HDB flat in Telok Blangah, adopted her under Project Adore from Causes for Animals in August 2018. Ms Chong, who is undergoing a diploma conversion course at National Institute of Early Childhood Development, said: "In the beginning, she was a little reserved because she has never been in a home before but now, she is very comfortable. We know, because she makes yawning noises and likes to sleep everywhere, including our bed."
  7. Please Help! A dog is missing at AMK Ave 3 on 3 Jan 2020 If you are seeing this and you stay in AMK or work there, please help to keep a lookout for Marvel! Shee has gone missing since 3 Jan 2020. She is easily identifiable with a scar on his forehead. If spotted, please do not chase as it will make her run further, give purely adoption a call! Thank you all in advance!!!!
  8. A video has brought to our attention wherein a dog was allegedly thrown out of a car. The footage was shared by Veron Ng on Facebook, from her friend's car. At the six-second mark of the video, a small animal could be seen on the road as a vehicle tried to drive over it. Ng claimed that a dog was “thrown” out of the car, causing its death. Here’s the video of the purported incident: The footage was taken using a Blackvue DR650GW-2CH. Unfortunately, the video resolution is not at its highest resolution. Ng also shared a photo of the carcass left on the road: The incident took place along Pasir Ris Industrial Drive at around 8pm on 15 December, according to the video timestamp. Here’s the location, according to the map provided by Ng: And here are some of the comments we have seen on facebook. According to the Road Traffic Act, it is illegal to not stop and help an animal after an accident. Failure to do so could result in an S$3,000 fine or a jail term of up to a year. First-time offenders who abuse an animal may also be fined up to $15,000, jailed up to 18 months, or both, under the Animals and Birds Act. For anyone that has regarding to this incident, you can contact AVS at 1800-476-1600. Information shared with AVS will be kept strictly confidential. Members of the public can also play a part by promptly reporting suspected cases of animal cruelty to AVS via their website.
  9. Hi Fellow Members, I'm helping a relative appealing to those with healthy dog less than 6 years old, weighing 25kg and above to donate blood. Her dog by the name of Baby (Black Scottish Terrier) is going for operation to remove spleen at Mount Pleasant @ Gelenggang. The clinic do not have enough blood and the operation requires blood transfusion. The blood testing will start at 8.30am tomorrow (1/10/14). Address of the clinic:- 2 Jalan Gelenggang Singapore 578187 Tel:62517666 Your help is greatly appreciated, even those who help to pass on this appeal to your family and friends. To those who don't understand when a pet becomes part of a family, I will accept it and respect it if you could refrain from replying to this thread with insensitive remarks. Once again, many thanks for your help.
  10. so ytd someone took a video of two maids walking their dogs but actually were just chilling under the shade and chatting. he began berating the two supposedly maids for not "doing their job" because their "boss" asked them to walk their dogs but they were sitting there chit chatting. accused them of walking the dogs for 2 mins and sitting down for 1 hour. video poster also say the dogs very poor thing and suffering cos they were not being walked.. well to me the dogs look healthy and happy to be there. having one dog and one helper myself i would have no issues with my helper bringing my dog for a walk with another fellow helper from the neighbourhood. they may be here to work but they still need sometime to socialise? my daughter used to walk my dog before our helper came and she would go down at a certain timing every night to meet one helper from the same block as us who also walked her employer's dog. harmless chit chatting i dont see whats wrong. if he was really concerned i guess he could have talked to them politely instead of taking a video and threatening them. maids/helpers are also humans. what about you guys? do you guys allow your helper some time off each evening to socialise with their friends, for instance walking the dogs. if you saw them downstairs walking your dog with another fellow helper, would you be ok with it? this country needs to chill! https://www.facebook.com/jason.ong.9822/videos/10155688631883215/
  11. i think this guy worse than the United Airline
  12. Raymondism

    Pets' Lost and Found

    Saw this post on facebook. Decided to start this thread for pets' lost and found. I know how it feels when an animal friend goes missing. Please feel free to use this thread for helping someone find his or her animal friends. I appeal to all to keep this thread for its intended purpose. Thanks in adv. Dislike points will be given for those who OT too much.
  13. To all the dog lovers, please share info with SOSD if you know the owner shown in the video who abandon their dog. TIA
  14. i doubt i can watch the match
  15. Jman888

    He cheated on me... with my dog

    some crazy teenage can do crazy things.
  16. Hot dogs will be banned in Malaysia unless restaurants agree to change their name because they sound too 'dirty' to be halal Published: 15:30 GMT, 18 October 2016 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3848196/Hot-dogs-banned-Malaysia-unless-restaurants-agree-change-sound-dirty-halal.html
  17. Adrianli

    Dog kena hit

    Woke up to some commotion downstairs. Then saw blinkers. Saw a dog lying on the middle of the road. RIP to the doggie. Not sure what happened, did not see any other vehicles on site except for two police cars.
  18. Just found it wondering into woodsville tunnel, stopped the car to pick it up and just sent to SPCA. Has a red collar with bell, looks very well taken care of so I'm sure it is lost, owner must be very worried. Can't see boy or gal, coat too thick. But very tame and quiet in the car. Please spread via social media, I'm not savvy that way, thanks.
  19. chitchatboy

    Subaru shows some love for man's best friend

    Subaru reckons your dog's love for you should be rewarded and shows us how one owner rewards his dog with a 'weekend trip of a lifetime' using his Subaru Impreza. We bet the dog must have a hell of a good time with things like, getting 100 tennis balls to play with, going on a ferris wheel, going to the beach, getting a new shoe to chew on, breakfast on bed and erm, meeting his old girlfriend. FYI, the Impreza in the video comes with a 2.0-litre engine which pumps out 148bhp and 196Nm of torque while we get the lower powered 1.6-litre 113bhp, 150Nm version. https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=43&v=aerv5xYhz2k
  20. With the rise in road rage incidents, having a dog in your vehicle could seem like a good way to protect yourselves from violent motorists... While the guy walking up to the Mitsubishi L200 truck did not actually look very agitated, I am sure he still got a good shock seeing the dog trying to get a piece of him. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T323_Dp8L9k
  21. Jman888

    Shoot that dog!

    i think that guy can't wait to try out his newly bought toy on a live object you can shoot at robbers but why a dog outside the house? should charge him with owning a dangerous/deadly weapon
  22. Thaiyotakamli

    Use BMW Bring Dog For Walk

    Lazy Shanghai man takes dog for walk -- while driving his BMW Quote:A man was recently spotted taking his dog for a walk at the Shanghai Jiading District, which sounds perfectly normal, until you realise the man was behind the wheel of a white BMW. NDTV reports that the unusual sight was caught on surveillance cameras, and footage shows the white BMW being driven with the trunk wide open and a leash trailing out. A visibly tired German Shepard is attached to one end of the leash, and can be seen panting even though the BMW is not going fast. Impatient drivers following behind the BMW sounded their horn while the driver cruised along. http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/si...riving-his-bmw German car stroll with German Dog, this guy very creative but idiot