Adventurous Man Makes His Backyard A Fantastic Playground For His Dogs
We’ve heard of stories about some caring and loving people towards dogs, but this guy is unbelievable. Aaron Franks is a dad of four adorable dogs, Tessa, Bruno, Cooper, and Mia. Franks has mad love for his cute dogs, but Franks had been looking for a way to show that love. Franks decided to make his backyard the wonderland of his dogs. It took him time, but it was absolutely worth it as the dogs are very happy with what their owner did for them.
He built an amazing house for them despite not being a carpenter or a contractor, and designed a pool for them and a playing area so they can have a lot of fun.
Franks said that he started to build the house slowly that it took him months. He said that every time he gained extra cash, he would go and add something to the house.
He couldn’t imagine that the house would become so awesome like this, and he is very happy and very proud and he believes he has done something great. His dogs are very pleased too, and they spend a lot of time playing inside the amazing house made by Franks.
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Disturbing footage has emerged online of a woman hitting and biting a dog on a train in Canada.
YouTube user Roxy Huang uploaded the video, saying the blatant animal abuse happened on a Toronto Transport Commission (TTC) train as she was travelling home from work, Global News Canada.
The dog can be heard crying as the woman angrily shakes and hits it, before biting the animal.
At one point in the clip a passenger can be heard saying: "You gotta stop hitting your dog”. Before the woman replies: "Pardon. Who are you? What the fuck are you talking about.”
Toronto police and transport officers responded to an emergency alarm which was set off on the train, and escorted the woman away.
Speaking to Global News, the local police said they spoke to the woman in question and several witnesses and decided to release her with just a warning.
It’s believed officers did not find any visible injuries on the dog. But now this video has surfaced, the incident has been referred to an animal protection organisation, the Ontario SPCA.
They are now investigating the footage, but say it’s too early to see whether any further action will be brought against the woman.