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Rescuing A Dog
Dog Rescues is a new program by National Geographic, which debuted last year to very favorable reviews. In this show, the purpose of the show is to use the rescue animals as expert experts in various different areas, which might have been impossible for any other animal to do. This is the first time a show like this has been done. From helping animals at the zoo, to helping fire fighters, dogs were enlisted to assist humans in many different tasks. The show even employs the zoo’s three scientists, who study the animals. When you watch the show, you can see that this animal, along with the rescued animals, get to have some fun in the process.
The first week of the show, the rescued animals are also used to help people. They get to be the first respondents, when accidents happen in the different environments, such as inside buildings or outside in the open air. They assist the people, by giving them help if there are injuries and illnesses, which happened because of lack of proper first aid. Even though the show was created with humans in mind, you will notice that the rescued animals are also needed by the humans too. After all, we are talking about the rescue animals here, so they would also want to help their human counterparts too.
As I said before, Dog Rescues is actually a show about helping humans, but in the end, it is really about helping the rescued animals. Watching this show really made me understand why we need rescuing animals in the first place. We need them because they cannot live alone in the wild, where they are safe and protected from predators. This is why the rescue animals were created to go on shows such as Dog Rescues.