Turkiye’s woof express takes disabled dogs on a daily ride

ANKARA: An animal lover in Türkiye, inspired by her paralyzed father, has built a train out of plastic barrels to give daily rides to the disabled dogs at a shelter outside the country’s capital Ankara.
Buket Ozgunlu, chairwoman of the Association of Paws Holding onto Life, has attached makeshift dog wagons to an all-terrain vehicle to take dogs out every day. She believes that, like people, the dogs need a change of scene and, if they cannot walk, a drive will have to do.