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A free-ranging dog is any dog that is not contained. The term encompasses various loose categories relating to the ownership, behavior, and descent of such dogs, including wild dogs, feral dogs,... More
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Elderly Chinese Women Wake Up Every Day At 4AM To Feed 1,300 Stray Dogs
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Meet the sweet elderly women who wake up at 4 am every day to feed stray #dogs in #China.

Posted by canardic  (Canada)

Tropical Beach Is No Paradise For Stray Dogs : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture : NPR
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Puerto Rico is home to a large number of stray #dogs. Commentator Barbara J. King clues us in to the problem.

Posted by ann  (United States)

This 9-Year-Old Built A Nonprofit, No-Kill Animal Shelter Out Of His Garage To Help Stray Animals
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/20...

Ken, 9, has grown up dreaming about someday having a shelter to help the #stray #animals that live near his home, but he never dreamed he could reach his goal so soon. Ken did his best to help the local stray #dogs and cats he came across n...

Posted by canardic  (Canada)

Louis Therouxs LA Stories: City Of Dogs Episode 1
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Los Angeles is home to more than a quarter of a million dogs from the pampered pooches of Beverley Hills to the pit bull terriers of the projects. At the city's biggest animal shelter, Louis meets the hard-pressed staff whose heart-breaking job includes euthanizing thousands of unwanted dogs every year. #documentary

Posted by gilligan  (United States)

Video: Don’t touch stray dogs, Sochi athletes told | Metro
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SOCHI, Russia - Dogs may be man's best friends, but not for Olympic athletes in Sochi. Some Canadian athletes have been warned not to approach stray animals, especially the dogs seen wandering around Olympic venues.

Posted by KirstenPer  (Canada)

Sochi's Stray Dogs Melt Hearts, And Put Officials On Defensive : The Edge : NPR
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The stray dogs roaming Russia's Olympics venues have already become the unofficial mascots of the Winter Games. Olympics officials say no healthy dogs will be destroyed, but animal rights groups worried about the fate of the dogs are taking...

Posted by KirstenPer  (Canada)

Sochi Mass Killing Street Dogs in Olympics 'Cleansing' | Culling Is Unnecessary and Inhumane | LiveScience
http://www.livescience.com/43184...

In the name of sanitation, Sochi is killing street dogs across the city in preparation for the Winter Olympics, despite earlier promises not to do so, says HSUS president and CEO Wayne Pacelle.

Posted by KirstenPer  (Canada)

Russian charity races to save stray dogs in Sochi - National | Globalnews.ca
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Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska is making a last-minute effort to save Sochi’s stray dogs from being killed ahead of the Winter Olympics.

Posted by KirstenPer  (Canada)

Sochi 2014 journalists find hotels awash with stray dogs and toxic brown water | Mail Online
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The few that did get rooms, were met with stray dogs, half-built walls, a lobby with no floor and yellow water spitting from the sinks.

Posted by NIETZSCHE  (Germany)

Russians: Sochi rounding up, killing stray dogs before Winter Olympics - CNN.com
http://www.cnn.com/2014/02/05/wo...

The Olympic city has a dog problem. Thousands of stray canines wander the streets and suburbs of Sochi.

Posted by NIETZSCHE  (Germany)

Sochi Officials Order Killing of Stray Dogs for Olympics
http://mashable.com/2014/02/05/s...

Stray dogs are a common sight around Sochi, Russia, the city that will host the 2014 Winter Olympics, but that won't be the case when the Games begin.

Posted by NIETZSCHE  (Germany)

Stray Dogs in Sochi: What Happens to the World's Free-Roaming Canines?
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Sochi's decision to kill its stray dogs isn't unusual: Many countries exterminate their strays, while others place them in mass shelters or sterilize them.

Posted by Antigone  (Greece)

Saving Sochi's Dogs From The Olympic 'Cull'
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Looking at Marusya, a lively 1-year-old mutt with floppy ears, you'd never guess she has just been rescued from the streets. Marusya was brought to Moscow last month after being found wanderin...

Posted by Antigone  (Greece)

Posted by ROBIN  (United States)

Dogs Are People, Too: They Love Us and Miss Us fMRI's Say | Psychology Today
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Noninvasive neuroimaging of our best friend's brains shows similarities to ours By Marc Bekoff, Ph.D....

Posted by cancan  (Canada)

Rescued stray dog named Shrek gets his own fairy-tale ending | Good News - Yahoo News Canada
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From the blog Good News: Not long ago, Brenda Gough, a veterinarian, and her husband spotted a stray dog, all alone and barely able to walk because of his heavily matted fur, near the Southern Cross Equestrian Facility just outside Brantfor...

Posted by dryden  (Canada)

Stray dog numbers spur state euthanasia plans- World - CBC News
http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/str...

Many cities around the world say they have a stray dog problem. Some turn to mass killing of the mutts.

Posted by KirstenPer  (Canada)

Dogs Are People, Too - NYTimes.com
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/0...

By looking directly at their brains and bypassing the constraints of behaviorism, M.R.I.'s can tell us about dogs' internal states.

Posted by cancan  (Canada)

 
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