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I watched this at my school so I watched it now it was quite happy at the start and then next morning it was so sad that they threw him away but he has a better home now.They can look after him,I have a dog what looks exactly the same.His name is Archie.
A man walks into a shelter looking for a new family member
As he walks past the cages he sees the fear in their eyes...the hopelessness and confusion of why their family abandoned them.
With a hurting heart he turns his face towards the heavens and with tears in his eyes he calls out ...
"why God...why have you done nothing to help these animals?"
God was silent for a moment
Then he quietly answered....
"I Have...I sent you!"
My dog was given to the dogs trust not abandoned as such but he was an 8 year old rottweiler. Literally the best dog ever. Such a sweet boy and passed away a couple of months ago. I had the best year of my life with him. Teach your kids about second chances, seeing deeper and caring this year. There are so many good dogs there or at local shelters.
I’m watching this in my Business Studies class and I’m bawling.
The dog in the advert is absolutely beautiful and it’s cruel that this happens a lot, especially after Christmas.
People buy dogs and they don’t realise how much had work they are and end up throwing them out. This leads to loads of Animal Rescue Centre’s being full and some of the new ones that come in end up being put to sleep because there’s no room.
If you’re thinking of getting a dog this Christmas, make sure you give it all of the love and affection and care it deserves. Dogs are our friends, not presents.
We are great fans of Dogs Trust, they are so awesome in their care for homeless dogs not so much a charity more of a mission to help the homeless pupster who like this advert are really thrown out with the post Christmas trash, what you see in this advert happens every year to puppies and store bought pets they truly become unwanted pets, if it wasn't for Dogs Trust and other rescue charities, these poor souls would be left to roam the streets as in other countries, when you see this advert remember this is happening ever year to 100s of dog at who become unwanted gifts. This Christmas is you are thinking of offering a pet a home think very carefully, its a huge responsibility, Do consider fostering this gives you a great chance to take in a pet and see how they will fit into your life style as they are being fostered to you there is no permanent commitment, you will be helping to relieve the pressure to the shelter on their busiest intake time of year, many foster families become "foster fails" which means the family loves their ward so much they adopt it, Dogs Trust are always very happy to help and advise you and do their very best to match the pupster with their perfect human, this is why their moto is A DOG ID FOR LIFE NOT JUST CHRISTMAS. We love Dogs Trust their adverts are always spot on as well as being quite brilliant yet simple in their message, again an other brilliant well done advert, you No1 paw fans Pippin & Ollie
Sorry Dogs Trust, I think you missed an opportunity here. You need to create an advert that BEGINS at Christmas, but then progressively shows the dog and family over a 6-month period, as the duty of total care for the dog - feeding, grooming, walking, taking to the vet, cleaning up the mess - falls to one person so that, come the Summer - when families want to go on holiday - the dog is neglected, abandoned and given to a shelter, if it's lucky. The most significant time of abandonment isn't Christmas. It's the summer, where one pet is abandoned every 6 minutes. THAT'S ehat you need to focus on. Not Christmas. The aftermath.
Awwww why do people do this? Getting a dog as a present and getting rid of it when you've gone off them. If you buy dog, it's a friend for life who is like family. If you aren't prepared to do that don't just excite them then return them like they don't matter. These poor baby's don't deserve us :( ❤️
Awwww, that little Corky dog is so sweet.😍😍 Cried when I saw the poor adorable dog cleared off the table under the wrapping paper and in the skip.😭😢😢💔 Anyone who can do that to a animal, and not feel bad about it, is just pure evil, especially as animals give you so much love in return.😢💔💔
I really truly feel for all animals who has been abandoned like this, so upsetting and heartbreaking.😢😢 Hope little Corky finds a good loving home. #ADogIsForLife #DogsTrust
Just heartbreaking I cried when I was told about this advert and cried more actually watching it dogs are too precious souls to just discard and throughout the world in some countries they suffer terrible brutality. I hope this advert helps stop people from buying these wonderful animals without thinking it through.
Yet an other great advert from Dogs Trust and a great Christmas ad to, that really brings home the message A Dog Is For Life Not Just Christmas, no one could put it any better than this, its simple yet straight to the point, I think its great we think this is going to be a great hit, its the best Christmas add on tv this year.
And this is why I have 13 dogs 2 cats and 3 guinea pigs 😍 such a great organisation and so true a dog is for life.... my one lad is 16 I have had him since he was 8 weeks old, he’s been poorly the last few months and I will be with him when he leaves us 😥hopefully he’ll stay with me forever I can’t bear to think about it😭
A heartbreaking message to shout from the rooftops. Always. Some humans show no respect at all for creatures. Bless and Protect all animals from evil hands where possible. Thanks to The Dogs Trust and other decent groups for all they do to help all animals wherever they may be. Respect to you.