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Brownies of Lucknow are going home but many Indians are leaving their pet dogs tied on roads, bridges SEXI News

Brownies of Lucknow are going home but many Indians are leaving their pet dogs tied on roads, bridges

Relaxing in his new home, five-year-old Maximus is surprised to see his cell phone camera flashing constantly to take his photo. The owners of this pet white Labrador had left him near Vrindavan Yojna Colony in Lucknow, but due to the kindness of an animal lover, he reached the shelter of an NGO in Krishna Nagar.

The same thing happened to Bruce Pai, a two-year-old brown Labrador found tied up in the urban jungle, and three-month-old Mia, a cream-yellow Labrador. Their owners did not want to keep them, and they left these Labradors—which are known to be a relatively calm breed and get along well with people—to their fate. However, they somehow managed to reach the Possum Foundation-run shelter.

3 month old Labrador Mia abandoned near Vrindavan Yojna Colony in Lucknow. Shikha Salary | the print

The German Shepard, sitting inside the cage at Jeev Basera in Hasanganj, Lucknow, starts growling angrily at the visitors who are interfering in his privacy.

The four-year-old dog is battling an infection in his right ear and was found just a few kilometers away from the zigzag culvert area near Integral University in Lucknow. About eight days ago, a noble person saw him there and took him to the animal hospital and shelter.

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