Which country has the most abandoned dogs in the world? Many people look to China as an example. According to a 2019 report published by the non-profit China Dialogue, China currently has 40 million stray dogs, accounting for all stray dogs globally. One of these 40 million stray dogs is the puppy I’m going to present today.
Recently, a video of Ryan was uploaded by ‘Northwest Animal Rescue,’ an animal rescue NGO working in China. Ryan lives in a Chinese market. He was strolling the market without a house or a suitable owner.
Many people’s hearts were broken by Ryan’s acts. Ryan went around the market unafraid of people. He sat cutely in front of the market merchants and people sitting at tables, eyes wide open, as though he wanted to be near people.
He will even sit under people’s feet and brush against their shoes. People are chasing Ryan as if it were a nuisance. A reporter shot this video. Northwest Animal Rescue chose to rescue Ryan after watching this video.
In reality, this market is home to numerous stray dogs, including Ryan. Northwest Animal Rescue responded by claiming, ‘We do not have the ability to save all dogs,’ and that ‘we initially save young, frail, and ill puppies.’ Ryan is actually a little dog.
They resolved to rescue Ryan in the middle of the night. I also explored the market. Other abandoned dogs snarled at the rescue squad, but Ryan, who wanted to be near people, waved his tail and looked for aid.
Meanwhile, China has a significant problem with abandoned dogs. According to China Dialog, the position of dogs in China is comparable to that of a “expensive bag.” Many people maintain pets not because they enjoy them, but because they are trendy. And, because rearing companion animals is tough, many claim to have abandoned their pets frequently and ended up on the streets.
Puppy mills are another major issue. They breed cats and puppies for breeding, and females are given shots for the rest of their lives. Non-sold animals are believed to be utilized for blood collection in order to provide blood for other puppies.
The global problem of abandoned dogs I hope this may be fixed as soon as feasible. I hope that the culture of valuing life a little more and adopting companion animals rather than purchasing them expands widespread over time.