Is it cruel to keep a blind dog?

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A video sent to a page of citizen complaints has gone viral on social networks and has gone viral among Internet users who have expressed great indignation at seeing the animal abuse of which they are victims, rescued dogs that are in a shelter in the Azcapotzalco municipality.  In the short clip of just a few seconds you can see a pitiful scene, as you can see that a dog has already been eaten by other dogs living in the shelter, probably because those in charge have left them without food for a long time.

The “Albergue Luisa” was born to give street dogs a second chance to find a loving family, however, it causes astonishment and anger among Internet users to see that the reality is different, because apparently, the furry dogs they rescue live in inhospitable conditions, to such an extent that they themselves become the food for the rest.

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Blindness is a health condition that can affect dogs of all ages. Some dogs are completely blind, while others have partial vision loss: Some puppies are born blind and others lose their sight over time.

In some cases it is very obvious that a dog is completely blind or has poor vision. If your dog bumps into walls, other objects, has trouble finding his toys, locating his food bowl, or does not make eye contact with you, it is likely that he has a marked loss of vision.

Dogs with poor vision are often reluctant to jump to or from high places, are uncomfortable in new places, and tend to stay at the heels of their handlers. Obviously vision is one of the main senses, not only for our canine friends, but for the vast majority of animals, since through it they can evaluate their environment and perceive dangers in it. It is for this reason that these dogs feel vulnerable, showing signs of fear or aggression in order to protect themselves.

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Este artículo ha sido redactado por Beverly Ulbrich. Beverly Ulbrich es conductista y adiestradora de perros y fundadora de The Pooch Coach, una empresa privada de adiestramiento de perros con sede en la bahía de San Francisco. Es evaluadora certificada de CGC (buen ciudadano canino) por el American Kennel Club y ha formado parte de la junta directiva de la American Humane Association y de Rocket Dog Rescue. Ha sido votada como la mejor entrenadora privada de perros en el Área de la Bahía de San Francisco 4 veces por SF Chronicle y por Bay Woof, y ha ganado 4 premios “Top Dog Blog”. También ha aparecido en la televisión como experta en comportamiento canino. Beverly tiene más de 18 años de experiencia en la formación del comportamiento del perro y se especializa en la agresión del perro y la formación de la ansiedad. Tiene un Máster en Administración de Empresas por la Universidad de Santa Clara y una licenciatura por la Universidad de Rutgers. Hay 10 referencias citadas en este artículo, que se pueden encontrar al final de la página. wikiHow marca un artículo como aprobado por los lectores una vez que recibe suficientes comentarios positivos. En este caso, varios lectores nos han escrito para decirnos que este artículo les fue útil, lo que le ha valido el estatus de aprobado por los lectores. Este artículo ha sido visto 25.200 veces.

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Is it cruel to keep a blind dog? 2022

Dogs can lose their eyesight for a variety of reasons, from illness to advanced age. Some of the most common reasons for blindness in dogs are cataracts, glaucoma, progressive retinal atrophy and sudden acquired retinal degeneration, also known as DRAR, which causes fairly sudden blindness. Dachshunds, Miniature Schnauzers and mixed-breed dogs are at an above-average risk for these diseases, according to research reported by PetMD. While cataracts are more common in Miniature Poodles, Cocker Spaniels, Miniature Schnauzers, Golden Retrievers, Boston Terriers and Siberian Huskies.

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