Birdman of Long Beach rescues Bloodhound and BFF

Published on: September 28th, 2016

Because I feed thousands of birds everyday in my driveway I am always looking out the kitchen window and I spot dogs running loose regurally. A few weeks ago a big dog and a Bloodhound showed up in my yard and luckily a lady came looking for them and I grabbed two leashes and helped her get them home. Today I seen the big dog and the Bloodhound going down the street and ran outside to see if I could get any of them to come to me. The big dog let me put a leash on him and the Bloodhound went running to the end of the street where there is a field. So I took the big dog home and went down the street looking for the Bloodhound and luckily he came to me and I was able to get him back home safe. This time the family had no idea that the dogs were gone so it really was a good thing that I spotted them when I did. It always makes me feel so good to get a animal back home safe before it gets hit by a car or even picked up by somebody never to be seen again. I don't think a bloodhound would last very long running loose without somebody snatching him. Makes my life feel like I have a purpose when I can help a animal. If anybody around the Long Beach Ca. area finds a injured pigeon you can take it to the Long Beach Animal Hospital on Anaheim because they are a wildlife hospital. I also have a friend with Aviaries with hundreds of permanently disabled pigeons that would probably take a pigeon off your hands so contact me for his contact information. Pigeons were war hero's so please respect them and help them if you can. Please do not return banded racing pigeons back to racing clubs. They kill over 99 percent of their pigeons without any remorse once they are no longer satisfied with their performance. They only keep a few pigeons with good blood lines for breeding. Pigeons can't peck you hard enough to hurt you and they do not carry diseases to people. That is all lies told by pest control companies for years to sell products. Pigeons are one of the smartest and sweetest animals in the world - Danny - 214 - 2721545 -

Will You Help Rescue Others? You'll LOVE Our Work! Before: scheduled for euthanasia at the pound. After: His new family has a huge backyard!