Adorable street dogs provide vital lifeline to their devoted homeless owners

August 6, 2019

On one of the busiest corners of the capital, a street dog named Boris is waiting patiently for a vet.

 

One of dozens of homeless people’s dogs being treated today at a mobile street clinic, Boris the silver Staffie has his temperature taken, heart rate assessed and is given fresh water.

 

While public concern for homeless people often peaks in winter, heatwaves are just as dangerous.

 

Dogs on the Streets (DOTS) volunteers are out in every weather.

 

“When people have sunstroke, they can seem intoxicated which can be a particular problem for the homeless."

 

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