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Working dogs

 

Every loyal visitor of our website will know how we try, through different ways, to help the dogs in Turkey. Amongst others by promoting Neuter and Release, by giving as much information and education possible and by giving direct help if we can.

We have now come up with a new way that hopefully in the future will help change the dog’s image to a more positive one. Something the dogs in Turkey desperately are in need of. But to change their image, they need our help!

Many of you will have read the story of Boncuk , the former little stray dog from Turkey, who now found a new home in The Netherlands with Saskia. And how this brave doggy turned out to be a great little helper for his disabled new owner.

And this is how a dream was born, an idea came to mind….

“What if we could realise a project in Turkey where former stray dogs could be trained to become service dogs?”

This would be an unique method to bring humans and dogs closer together. A way as well to show the incredable importance of dogs in the lives of humans. Dogs mean so much to us in our daily life. For instance, the service dogs helping people with disabilities. Or how about the Search and Rescue dogs, helping to find victims after a devestating earthquake? Or dogs helping to track drugs or explosives…? How can we, as humans, not have anything but respect for these loyal creatures? Dogs that have helped humans for centuries and stood beside us as our loyal friend through everything.

“Working Dogs” is meant to be a first small step towards hopefully bigger things in the future.