Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan

by Peace Winds Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan

Project Report | Oct 13, 2023
The growling dog isolated as 'Dangerous' at the Animal Welfare Center

By Peace Wanko Project | Project Organizer

In Japan, many of the dogs rescued by Peace Wanko Japan are stray dogs, and there are often various reasons why they find it hard to trust humans. Unfortunately, such dogs in Japan often face euthanasia.

On April 25, 2023, when we responded to a request from Hiroshima Prefecture and went to the Animal Welfare Center, we encountered a dog that had been labeled as 'Dangerous' and kept in isolation.

Project leader Makoto Abe gently reassured the growling dog, saying, 'It's okay, it's okay,' and guided it into the cage we had brought. The dog willingly entered the cage on its own!

'There are no dangerous dogs. They are just cautious and scared, reacting by growling and baring their teeth to protect themselves. I have rescued over 7,000 dogs, and none of them failed to become friendly with people. This dog will definitely become sociable. There are no dogs that cannot be tamed. Dogs are pure, so when you give them love, they will always warm up to you,' Abe said.

The dog that was once considered unmanageable and aggressive was given the name 'Inumaki.' Covered in matted fur and with a tattered collar, Abe carefully removed the old collar and replaced it with a new one. This marks the beginning of Inumaki's second chance at life!

First and foremost, we will ensure Inumaki's health is in top condition, and with time and devotion, we will care for them so that they can find happiness in a loving family.

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Peace Winds Japan

Location: Jinsekikogen-cho, Hiroshima Prefecture - Japan
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Project Leader:
Hiroshi Kunita
Jinsekikogen-cho , Hiroshima Prefecture Japan

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