The changes in the epidemic were felt by all countries, however, some are already returning to pre-crisis practice and some isolated behaviors have begun to exist in the past. An example of this is the adoption of dogs UK, Which erupted in 2020, is coming to ‘disappeared’ animals due to such demand.
Now, however, the owners who loved the company so much Abandonment Return to pets or shelters.
According to the British company Docs Trust, from August 2020 to January 2021 there was a 41% increase in web traffic to its dog donation page (called Giving your dog).
Pottersey Dogs & Cats Domestic dog and cat shelter, in the UK, is projected to increase by 27% for stray dogs over the next five years.
According to Mars Bedcare’s animal behavior expert Dr. Dummy King, pets offer a number of benefits to humans, including anxiety relief and a reduction in loneliness, so by 2020 the search for pets has grown.
However, the commitment required to care for a dog is not entirely consistent with the out-of-control routine, which leaves the animal with stress, behavioral problems, and inattention.
“At the beginning of a guardian-pet relationship, this is normal behavior, but for some it may not be easy to manage. It is important to be patient and careful in training the dog to prevent the situation from recurring. In general, puppies are very eager and eager to separate their teacher after a long time,” the expert said. Says.
Another issue that could contribute further to the number of abandoned animals in many countries is a move by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States to ban the annual importation of dogs from 113 countries, including Brazil.
This rule applies to pet dogs, emotional support and guide dogs. Only dogs that have already lived in the area and left for a short time can enter the country.
Areas banned from exporting animals include, in addition to Brazil, neighboring Bolivia, Colombia, Guyana, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela. In addition to other Americans such as Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras and Nicaragua.
The temporary ban is to ensure that the Corinne rabies virus does not spread in the United States. Criteria for selecting countries are based on areas where the virus is present in animals and, therefore, dangerous.
In a note to the state, the CDC said, “Corey rabies has been removed from the United States since 2007. This suspension is intended to protect the health and safety of imported dogs and to prevent the importation of adequately vaccinated dogs against rabies.”
* Internship under the supervision of teacher Elvaro Duart