Helping Dogs Become a Part of the Family
Your dogs wants to be with you.
You, the human family, have become your dog’s pack. When not with you, the dog suffers mentally and physically, shut out of the pack and not knowing why.
If dogs don’t learn how to live with humans, they are more likely to bite.
Your pet is 2.8 times more likely to bite when chained or penned especially is an un-neutered male or a mother with pups. There were 304 children in the US killed or seriously injured by dogs living chained or penned between October 2003 and April 2010.
Dogs are not meant to fight.
If you got your dogs for fighting, the animal is feeling abused. The dog does not want to breed more dogs to die on chains, in shelters, or in a dog fight.
They don’t want to live chained, penned, shut away in a basement or garage. They want to be a part of your family.
Change a dog’s life!
Bring the pet into the home and family. Fence the yard. Take him for walks, it will be a great exercise for both of you. Play with him, take him to training classes, make the dog a part of the pack!
UnchainOK is here to help. Do you need assistance with food, shelter, or fencing? Our volunteers will work to assist you in providing a happier home for you pet. Do you know of a chained dog that needs assistance? Please contact us.
Interested in volunteering and helping dogs become family members, please click here and let us know.
Don’t have time to volunteer, but still want to help? Click the donate button and select the Unchain option.
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Unchain OK mission: Unchain OK is dedicated to helping dogs on chains through education and providing animals in need with food, water, and shelter from the elements. We are working towards legislation to prevent chaining in the state of Oklahoma.