I was shocked and upset when I knew what that this woman’s fiancé did to her French Bulldogs.It’s a sad story, but it is very important to be shared.

The story first begins when a woman in Rio de Janeiro became suspicious when she noticed her beloved French Bulldogs, Gucci and Victoria, had mysterious injuries.

Animals can’t speak for themselves and can’t ask for help.So, her beloved French Bulldogs couldn’t defend themselves or ask for her help

She was unable to determine how her dogs got these injuries so the, 26-year-old Ninna Mandin decided to install a hidden camera inside her apartment.And for her shock, she discovered that her boyfriend was brutally hitting her dogs for no reason.

In the video footage, this man is crouched on the floor next to the dog hiding under a chair.

It’s not clear what he’s doing to the dog, but suddenly he grabs the dog around her neck and violently throws the dog to the ground in a non-sense act!

After seeing the video footage, Ninna cancelled their planned wedding and published the disturbing videos to Facebook as a warning to others so that everybody will take more care of their dogs.

She posted the videos with a message describing her shock, anger and sorrow (translated loosely from Portuguese ):

“That the person I welcomed into my house, with all the love and affection, was able to commit the atrocities you are about to watch!

I do not have words to describe such cowardice with beings [her dogs] so pure and helpless and that never did wrong.The only feeling I have is remorse of not having noticed before in order to spare them.”

Ninna told news media that it is a “very difficult time”.“My trust has been betrayed.I am very shaken,” she told the Brazilian news channel Globo Extra.

“I do not know what to expect and am afraid.I am doing everything to protect myself, my daughters [her two dogs] and my family.”

I can only imagine her shock to discover these non-sense violent acts!



A man kisses his Chihuahua, But When He Stops, She Demands More In The Sweetest Way

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Chloe the Chihuahua wants her kisses, and Chloe wants them NOW!

This lovable pup demands kisses from her human, so much that she immediately paws at her owner as soon as he stops showering her with kisses. The best part is when she squints her eyes closed every time she receives a kiss. She is so gentle and loving, it warms my heart!

Her human, Preston Pat Bailey, posted the video on his Facebook page, which has since gone viral, racking up over 180k likes and 700k shares. The caption simply reads: “This is Chloe. Chloe loves her kisses.” It’s very clear that this tiny Chi enjoys every bit of affection that she can get. And who wouldn’t love to cuddle with her?! Just look at that sweet little face!

Have you ever seen such a loving dog? Watch for yourself in the video below. Warning: your heart WILL melt to soup!

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New Mom Rescued Tiny Chihuahua and helped her stop shaking!

New Mom Rescued Tiny Chihuahua and helped her stop shaking!

Claire Stokoe was scrolling through her Facebook feed when her eyes landed on a photo. A tiny Chihuahua with big, scared-looking eyes, was cowering beside a can of Heinz vegetables; the dog wasn't much bigger than the can.

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"She could barely see over the top of it and she looked so precious and vulnerable," Stokoe told The Dodo.

Stokoe picked up the phone and called a local rescue group, which had posted the picture. When she inquired about adopting the Chihuahua — whom she later named Brie — she learned that the dog had come from a puppy mill in a rural area of Wales in the United Kingdom.

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Brie had scarring on her legs and scabs covering her ears. She has trouble opening her eyes in the light, which makes Stokoe think Brie had lived in darkness.

Brie was also tiny and malnourished — part of this had to do with the fact that she was a teacup dog, that is, a dog deliberately bred to be small; but it also pointed to the fact that Brie probably didn't get enough food at the puppy mill.
And on top of everything else, Brie had been used as a breeder dog, and she'd given birth to two litters via C-sections, which had taken a heavy toll on her small body.

Despite Brie's health issues, Stokoe was determined to adopt her. Once her application was accepted, Stokoe embarked on a 600-mile roundtrip from Durham, England to Wales to pick her up.
But meeting Brie for the first time was different than Stokoe expected.

"When I saw her I was shocked," Stokoe said. "She was emaciated and shaking. She clung to the lady at the rescue and I wondered for a second if I could really help her. She looked so pitiful and it was really upsetting. She was crouched at the back of her little carry case, wide-eyed and scared."

But Stokoe quickly realized that she could offer something to Brie — comfort.
"I took the front of the case off and all of a sudden she ran up my stomach and hid her face in my neck," Stokoe said. "I was dumbfounded and just sat there enjoying the feeling of her little breaths on my neck. She fell asleep and soon we were all dozing in the back of the car. She fell asleep within minutes."
Chihuahua teacup dog rescued from puppy mill
Claire Stokoe
Once the dog was safely at Stokoe's home, she met Stokoe's other dogs, Bouddica, Dexter and Vesper, with whom Brie formed a particularly close bond.

"Vesper took to Brie straight away as if Brie was her puppy," Stokoe said. "She cleaned her and sat next to her. Brie would walk all over Vesper, and Vesper let Brie do anything — even eat from her food bowl."

"Vesper even had a phantom pregnancy just one month after I got Brie and the vet said that getting Brie made her hormones shoot through the roof," Stokoe added. "She was even trying to get Brie to suckle like a puppy."
With love and care and patience, Brie's natural personality emerged.

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"She does a hilarious little thing where she grabs her ears and opens her mouth really loud and makes a noise like chimps do when they laugh," Stokoe said. "It is the cutest thing I have ever seen."

"She acts very much like a young puppy in many ways," Stokoe added. "She races around the house, plays with toys, chases and throws socks around and slides along the floor dragging her legs behind her."
Brie continues to have health issues, but she seems too busy living her life to worry about it.

"She has constant contact with humans who love her and want to protect her," Stokoe said. "She plays with toys, her favorite being Mr. Duck Duck [a stuffed animal]. She sleeps in her own bed on a soft blanket with access to water. She walks off [leash] and runs with her brother and sisters."

"How she survived two pregnancies, the cold, the hunger and the fear I have no idea," Stokoe said. "She is made of stronger stuff than me, that's for sure. It's inspiring."


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Rhode Island man sentenced to prison for beating Yorkie to death with cane

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A Cranston man was sentenced on Wednesday to spend the next four months in prison followed by eight months home confinement after he was found guilty of beating his neighbor’s Yorkshire terrier to death with his cane. In November, a jury  found Nicola Patalano, 60, guilty of felony malicious injury to Missy, a ten-pound Yorkie.

Superior Court Judge Sarah Taft-Carter also ordered Patalano not to have any contact with the dog’s owner, to take anger management classes, contribute $500 to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and perform community service. According to the Providence Journal, the total sentence was for two years with one year suspended.

On November 21, 2014, Dolores Antonelli, 80, had been walking her Yorkie when she spotted Patalano walking his larger  terrier. As the Yorkie ran toward the other dog, the leash slipped out of Dolores’ hand. The dogs barked at each other, but never made physical contact. Patalano  hit the tiny dog multiple times over the head and body with his wooden cane until the dog was unconscious. A witness helped Dolores pick up Missy and rush her to an emergency veterinarian’s office where she died. According to the Cranston police, Patalano stated he hit Missy to kill her.

Patalano, however denies that, and according to Turnto10News, stated Missy ran into the cane.

“The small dog accidentally ran into the cane. And the cane hit the dog also. And it died,” Patalano stated insisting he had been swiping his cane to keep Missy away from biting his own dog.

Judge Taft-Carter didn’t buy into his story before passing down her sentence, stating:

“This was a malicious beating that no creature should ever endure.”

In a statement to the court, written by Mrs. Antonelli and read by Rhode Island Attorney General Special Assistant Jonathan Burke, came the questions:

“’Why didn’t he stop? Why didn’t he just pick up his dog? Why did he have to kill my dog?’”

Rest in peace Missy. Photo of Patalano and Yorkie screenshot via Turn To 10 News.


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Eleven Chihuahuas arrive in Battersea in just one week

Staff at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home were stunned after taking in eleven Chihuahuas in just one week.


The Chihuahua is one of the UK's most popular dog breeds and the rescue centre normally has just one looking for a new home.


But the arrival of eleven in such a short period is unprecedented with the pint-sized dogs ranging from an 12-week-old puppy to an eleven-year-old stray.

Becky Fisher from Battersea Dogs & Cats Home said:

We'd normally expect to see one or two Chihuahuas come through our doors in a week, so to have eleven arrive is quite exceptional.

We're certainly all being kept on our toes by our little Chihuahua crowd.


Despite arriving a short time ago each of the eleven Chihuahuas has homes lined up.

But the charity has called on anyone who wants to adopt a Chihuahua or another rescue dog should get in touch - but have warned potential owners about the little breed's traits.


Chihuahuas may be little, but they have big personalities. They're generally full of energy and need to be exercised and mentally stimulated.

As with any other breed, it's also important to ensure they're socialised properly with other dogs.

Anyone looking to take on a Chihuahua needs to put a lot of thought into it, as they're just as big a commitment as any other dog.



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