- In a viral video circulating on Chinese social media, a woman pushes a Labrador retriever out of a window from her fourth-floor apartment window during an argument with her husband.
- The dog was injured after landing on a car below. It has since recovered from its injuries, according to reports.
- The car owner, identified as Yang, told the couple to take their wounded dog to the vet. He also decided to bring them adoption paperwork for the dog.
- The incident has sparked national outrage in China, with many Weibo users condemning the couple’s behavior.
- Although China has a law that protects wild animals, the country has no national law that prohibits the abuse of other animals, including pets.
A woman in Beijing threw a dog out of a fourth-floor window during an argument with her husband.
In a viral video circulating on Chinese social media, a woman is seen pushing a Labrador retriever out of a window from her fourth-floor apartment. The dog was injured after landing on a car below.
- A video of a pet dog biting a young boy as its owner appears to do nothing in a residential building’s elevator in India has gone viral and sparked outrage.
- The incident reportedly occurred at around 6 p.m. local time on Monday.
- The boy’s father filed a complaint at the Nandgram police station, and the woman was handed a fine of 5,000 INR (approximately $62.79) by the Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation.
- An investigation is currently underway.
A video of a pet dog biting a young boy in India went viral and sparked outrage as the dog owner did nothing to help the child.
In the viral CCTV footage, the dog can be seen jumping and biting the boy’s right leg inside of an elevator at the Rajnagar Extension Charms County Society in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. As the boy clutches his leg and hops on one foot in pain, the woman accompanying the dog stays still and does not bother to check on the child.
Woman in China horrified after man adopts her dog and threatens to butcher it if she won’t pay ransom
- Chen, a woman from Shenzhen in southern China, adopted out her 2-year-old dog, Duogao, to a man who later tried to extort 5,000 yuan (approximately $719) from her by threatening to kill the dog for its meat.
- Chen did not pay the ransom. She decided to go to the man’s apartment, but there was no sign of the man or her dog.
- She reported the incident to the police last week and was told that she was not the first victim of the man’s pet adoption scam.
- The scammer reportedly admitted to selling Duobao to a dog peddler but denied extorting Chen.
- The incident has sparked outrage on Chinese social media, with many netizens saying that the man has no conscience.
A woman in China had her dog adopted by a man who threatened to butcher it as a way to extort money from her.
Chen, a woman from Shenzhen in southern China, decided to have her dog adopted as she could not spend time with him. She reportedly posted an adoption notice on a second-hand trading platform, where she met the man who promised to care for him in his home in Huizhou city.
- Dogs shed tears of joy when reunited with their owners after being separated for a long time, a study published on Monday in peer-reviewed scientific journal Current Biology has found.
- Takefumi Kikusui, the study's lead author, said in a statement that dogs “shed tears associated with positive emotions."
- After seeing his poodle shed tears while nursing her puppies, he went on to conduct a study on how oxytocin plays a role in such a reaction.
- Oxytocin, the so-called “love hormone,” has previously been found in both dogs and their human owners during their interactions.
- The recent study’s findings suggest that the release of oxytocin strengthens the bond between dogs and their human owners. They also suggest that there is a link between tear production and emotion in animals besides humans.
- While earlier studies have shown that dogs release oxytocin naturally in the presence of their owners, this is reportedly the first time tear volumes and oxytocin have been studied in relation to owner-dog reunions.
Dogs tear up when reunited with their owners after being separated for a long time, a new study from Japan has found.
The study was published on Monday in peer-reviewed scientific journal Current Biology.
- A village dog in China died two days after going on a hunger strike following its owner’s death.
- The dog, who reportedly accompanied its owner for more than 10 years, spent two days refusing to eat, drink and move following the man’s death.
- “The dog then went to my family’s old house and died there, which was also my grandfather’s unfulfilled wish,” the man’s granddaughter, surnamed Sun, told Chinese media.
- Coincidentally, the dog died on its owner's birthday.
A dog in China tugged at the heartstrings of several Chinese social media users after it died while on a hunger strike following the death of its owner.
- A robot dog modified to include a machine gun on the top half of its body has captured the attention of the internet with its sophisticated design resembling something out of a sci-fi thriller.
- As shown in the video, which has garnered over 7.3 million views on Twitter, a silver-colored robot dog runs along a firing range as it opens fire on various targets.
- Sophos Senior Threat Researcher Sean Gallagher likens the model seen in the video to the Hangzhou-based company’s Go1 robot dog model, which retails for around $3,000.
- The clip of the robot dog appears to have been taken in Russia, as its left flank bears the Russian flag and the other side a wolf’s head, which is an insignia commonly used by the Russian Special Operations Forces.
- A parked armored vehicle seen in the video can be identified by its distinct triangular door as a BRDM-2, which has been recently spotted in Ukraine.
A robot dog modified to include a machine gun on the top half of its body has captured the attention of the internet with its sophisticated design resembling something out of a sci-fi thriller.
As shown in the video, which has garnered over 7.3 million views on Twitter, a silver-colored robot dog runs along a firing range as it opens fire on various targets.
- A video of a dog being abused by a handler at a training school in Singapore went viral on Wednesday, sparking outrage on social media.
- The Animal and Veterinary Service (AVS) and Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) are now investigating the case shared on Facebook by the animal welfare group Chained Dog Awareness in Singapore (CDAS).
- The unidentified trainer can be seen yelling at the mixed-breed dog and hitting it with a metal food bowl.
- The AVS said it was aware of the two-minute video circulating online and has already suspended the handler from its list of accredited dog trainers since March 25.
- A person found guilty of abusing an animal is subjected to a fine of 15,000 Singaporean dollars (approximately $10,000) and/or imprisonment not exceeding 18 months for the first offense. A second or subsequent offense could land the person a jail sentence not exceeding three years and/or a fine of 30,000 Singaporean dollars (approximately $21,000).
The Animal and Veterinary Service (AVS) in Singapore has launched an investigation into a dog training school that also offers boarding services after one of its handlers was caught on video abusing one of the dogs.
The viral video that captured the dog abuse was shared on Facebook by the animal welfare group Chained Dog Awareness in Singapore (CDAS) on Wednesday. A handler can be seen in the video yelling at the dog and hitting it with a metal food bowl.
- A heartbreaking video of a small dog being dumped from a car into the middle of a busy road in China has gone viral, prompting a police search for the suspect.
- Taken by the dash cam of another car, the video shows the driver opening their car door and dropping a small white dog onto the road as vehicles continue to pass.
- The distressed dog then jumps and scratches at the car door while attempting to jump back in through the window.
- The dog was rescued uninjured by a security guard at a nearby restaurant.
Dashcam footage caught the heartbreaking moment a small dog was abandoned by its owner in the middle of a busy road in China.
In a video posted to Weibo on Monday, a driver is seen opening their car door and letting a small white dog out onto a road filled with traffic in Guangdong Province of southern China. The owner’s face cannot be seen in the video.
Chinese woman in strict quarantine helplessly watches her dog destroy her home through surveillance cam
- A Chinese woman, identified only as Liu, had to watch her dog destroy her sofa and other belongings via surveillance camera while going through a 14-day quarantine in the city of Xi’an.
- “At least my dog is still healthy. It hasn't eaten anything that bad. In seven days, we can return home, and things will get better," Liu said. “The house may be trashed, but we can clean it up, and it'll be okay."
A helpless Chinese woman reportedly had to watch her dog destroy all of the things in her living room and wardrobe via surveillance camera during the first half of a 14-day quarantine.
The woman, identified only as Liu, left her dog with enough food and water before leaving her home to quarantine for 14 days due to a COVID-19 outbreak in the city of Xi’an, according to HouLang News via Insider.
‘I have been waiting for my owner for seven years’: ‘Lonely’ shiba inu fetches $25K at Chinese auction
An 8-year-old male shiba inu, which was abandoned by its owner at a foster care center for pets in 2014, recently fetched over 160,000 yuan (around $25,000) at an auction in China.
Boi finds a home: The dog named Deng Deng was put up for auction with a starting bid of 500 yuan ($78) on Wednesday morning by the Chaoyang District Court in Beijing, reported South China Morning Post.
On Oct. 23, Newsflare shared a video of a man rescuing a dog whose leash got trapped in a moving elevator in Hubei, China.
What happened: The CCTV footage first shows a small, white dog walking into the elevator by itself. When the elevator doors shut, its leash is trapped in between the doors as it begins to move up.
Vietnamese health official resigns after backlash over drowning, burning of couple’s dogs due to COVID-19
A health official in Vietnam, who allegedly led the slaughter of COVID-19 patients’ pets, recently resigned after facing public outrage.
Public outcry: Dr. Do Kim Chi, head of the medical station at the Khanh Hung Commune in Tran Van Thoi District, Ca Mau province, sparked heavy criticism for deciding to cull 15 dogs and one cat owned by a married couple who tested positive for COVID-19 last weekend, reported Tuoi Tre News.