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Reposted from @rescuemeorlando Is this ever going to end? There are so many discarded and neglected animals and we can't help but feel defeated everytime we go to the shelter. What makes it even more difficult is when you see seniors trembling in fear and completely shut down.
Buddha #A443770 (tan) is absolutely petrified. He was surrendered at 11 yrs old due to landlord issues. We had to go in his kennel to leash him because he didn't want to get up. Out the yard he just looked through the fence as if he was waiting for someone. His legs continued to shake the entire time. Like many seniors, he doesn't connect out in the yard. He didn't want any treats. Due to how nervous he is, we suggest a home without children. He would probably do best with a calm other dog in the home. Decompression time and slow intros are imperative.
Biscuit #A442268 (black) is doggie perfection! He is HW negative, walks great on the leash, appears housetrained and knows basic commands. He loves showing you how he can sit for treats. This 8 yr old guy is such a gentleman!
These dogs deserve furever homes for the holidays. Please help us SHARE them! Please pledge!! Senior dogs typically have medical needs.
Please note, they did not come in together. They are just kennelmates. Located at Orange County Animal Services in Orlando.
Road trauma affects every country. We all have the same problem. So, whats the commonality? No country on earth has ever been able to achieve driver compliance. There is a very good reason for that.
How can authorities blame drivers for not engaging when the system of driver management is exclusively punitive? They won't achieve driver compliance until there is recognition for good driving behaviour as a balance to the punishments for poor driving behaviour. People respond to fair treatment. Only then will Authorities have an actual solution instead of more of the same while expecting a different result.
Killick Initiative - Road Safety Solution #DriversDriveRoadSafety#Balance
We made an assumption on the 30/01/1896 that an exclusively punitive driver management system would give us the desired result, which is a safer driving environment for all of us. What we ended up with is the inability to achieve driver compliance because of a lack of balance. And a bill of $48 Billion each year to manage road Trauma