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K9 Dogs live in Miserable Life, Police Officer Builds Warm Home For Them

This is the aim of many people who work to provide their family and save bits of money on time. These savings add so that a person can retire and do all kinds of fun things.

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One guy has built a retirement home for service dogs, he gained about $150,000 (1,000,000 yuan) from it.

Bai Yan, the man, has trained more than 30 police dogs during his 13-year career in China, which gave him a special relationship with dogs.

Actually, euthanizing or putting down is not the only solve for the senior dogs. And that made Bai to think in building a special resort specifically for senior dogs.

He built a special home in the eastern area of the Zhejiang, Hangzhou, with a cemetery where Bai’s 26 companions now rest in.

He has now 16 dogs in at the resort. And worked with them daily to keep them in the best condition. Many people offered their help, but he has refused as he thought that these dogs are his own family.

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A poor horse was left to be dead in freezing conditions, and she was tied to railings.

A dog-walker called the police after seeing a 12-year-old horse lying on the ground ‘’totally suffering’’. The white piebald mare was pawing and moaning at the ground attempting to stand, and her mane and face were also covered in frost. 

RSPCA, an inspector for animal charity, said that the horse was caused to fall on the ground by tyre tracks which had pulled away quickly. the horse had many injuries in the face, because of the fall. RSPCA and a local veterinarian were called, but unfortunately, the white mare was put to sleep. The RSPCA is now investigating, and is urging anyone that has any information to contact them.

The white mare was found on Saturday in a field in Uppingham Road, Skeffington, near Tilton-on-the-Hill. Sheona Morley, RSPCA inspector, said that the tyre tracks on the ground showing what caused the horse to fall on the floor while her back legs of the horse had been tied to fence with a rope. The poor horse had some horrible injuries in her face, as a result of the fall.

Finally, she was put over from the railings, and they brought her to a vet who said that she was really suffering, so she finally was put to sleep.

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