A Facebook post claims that a man with dementia is lost with his dog and needs help getting home. It is a hoax.
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Full Fact→ Post about injured dog found on ‘side road’ in Northern Ireland is fake
The picture of the dog was actually taken from a 2020 news article about an incident in Pembrokeshire.
Full Fact→ Facebook post about dog ‘injured in a hit-and-run’ is a hoax
A Facebook post about an injured dog found in south-east London is a hoax. It uses a photo from a hit-and-run incident in New Jersey in 2020.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Sandford Police NOT Looking For Red Car Driver In Motorcycle Accident Involving Three-Legged Dog
Are the "Sandford Police" in the U.K. looking for information on the identity of the driver of a red car allegedly committing a "Dangerous Driving offence" by stopping for a three-legged dog crossing the street and having a motorcycle sma
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Stray Dog Was NOT Found By Police And Up For Adoption — Post Is A Real Estate Scam
Did police in Charlottesville, Virginia pick up a homeless dogcalled Chloe and offer her for adoption when the owner refused to take her back? No, that's not true: The post that makes this claim is deceptively using a picture of a Texas a
Full Fact→ Dog supposedly hit by a car in south London actually died in the US in 2017
A Facebook post features an image of a dog that was fatally injured in Newport News, Virginia.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Pennsylvania Dog Did NOT ‘Test Positive’ For Vinyl Chloride Exposure Following Ohio Train Derailment
Did a dog in Pennsylvania test positive for exposure to vinyl chloride, a chemical that officials have confirmed has leaked from the train derailment site near East Palestine, Ohio? No, that's not true: In an interview with Lead Stories,
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Fire Safety Watchdog Estimates 2,600-3,100 Industrial Fires Annually In U.S.
Was there an uptick in industrial fires in the U.S. in early 2023, indicating that the country is "under attack"? No, that's not true: Annually, there are between 2,600 and 3,100 structure fires in industrial properties in the U.S., accor
Logically→ Video shows dogs and donkeys being slaughtered for meat in Pakistan amid rising hunger.
The video has no connection to Pakistan's economic crisis and food inflation, and shows a news channel's investigation into a slaughterhouse in 2014.
The Dispatch→ Earthquake Undermines Erdoğan’s Reelection Strategy
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan visits quake-hit Kahramanmaras, Turkey, on February 20, 2023. (Photo by Ozge Elif Kizil/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images.)The Turkish president’s response shows how out of touch he is with the scale of the event.The
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – No proof that the dog deworming drug fenbendazole can cure human cancer
The dog dewormer fenbendazole can cure cancer in humans.
Logically→ The video shows a man helping a dog find her puppies in the rubble after the Turkey earthquake.
The viral video was captured in Rajasthan in 2019 when an NGO rescued puppies from a collapsed house and has been misattributed to the earthquake.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Dog Howling In Viral Video Was NOT In The Region Of Earthquake Destruction, Though It Was In Turkey
Did a dog howl into the night trying to warn people in an eastern Turkish town of the coming earthquake disaster? While it's not possible to know why the dog was howling, and the date of the video has not been verified -- this video does
Full Fact→ Dog pictured by rubble was not taken in Turkey earthquake aftermath
The picture is being shared in good faith but is a stock photo created years ago.
Logically→ This is an image of a rescue dog in Turkey after it saved 10 lives following the February 6 earthquake.
An old image of a rescue dog from 2014 is misrepresented to show that it is from the recent rescue operations from Turkey in 2023.
Logically→ Images shows rescue dogs searching for injured people under rubble after February 6 earthquake in Turkey.
Old stock photos of dogs from the Alamy website were falsely shared as rescue dogs in Turkey following the earthquake.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: This Picture Of Dog Rescuing People Does NOT Show Turkey After February 6, 2023 Earthquake
Does a viral picture of a dog finding people under the rubble of destroyed buildings show the aftermath of the February 6, 2023, earthquake in Turkey? No, that's not true: The photo was taken three years before this natural disaster. The
Logically→ London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan will launch a scheme to ban dog walking in Tower Hamlets.
Sadiq Khan has not proposed a scheme to ban dog walking; the claim in the shared tweet is false.
The Dispatch→ The Dog Died
Rep. George Santos (R-NY) leaves the U.S. Capitol on January 12, 2023 in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images.)Curious George and the limits of populist grift.The post The Dog Died appeared first on The Dispatch.
Full Fact→ Facebook post about missing autistic boy and his dog is a hoax
The post includes a picture of a boy who it says is from Derbyshire and called Brayden. In fact the picture shows an American boy called Kai seven years ago.
Full Fact→ Image of dog ‘hit by truck’ in Worthing was taken in 2018
Image of dog ‘hit by truck’ in Worthing was taken in 2018
The Dispatch→ Erdogan’s Coming U-Turn on Syria
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan delivers a speech at the Turkish Grand National Assembly in Ankara, on December 21, 2022. (Photo by Adem Altan/AFP/Getty Images.)Why the Turkish president will likely drop his hopes of toppling Assad.The post Erdo
Full Fact→ Fake lost dog post uses old stock image
The picture was originally taken in the Philippines in 2016.
Full Fact→ Appeals about injured and lost dogs are fake
Facebook posts from users claiming to have found a missing or injured dog are fake.
Full Fact→ Facebook post about dog found ‘freezing’ in Falkirk is a hoax
The picture accompanying the post was taken from an article about a dog attack in Northern Ireland.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Duane ‘Dog’ Chapman Has NOT Passed Away As Of December 13, 2022
Has television personality and bounty hunter Duane Lee Chapman, also known as "Dog the Bounty Hunter," passed away as of December 13, 2022? No, that's not true: Chapman's publicist told Lead Stories on December 13, 2022, that he is "alive
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: WEF Is NOT Calling For Slaughter Of Millions Of Pet Cats, Dogs To Fight Climate Change
Is the World Economic Forum (WEF) calling for a new initiative to "slaughter" millions of cats and dogs in order to decrease the effects of climate change? No, that's not true: There is no evidence that this is a real WEF initiative. News
PolitiFact→ Instagram posts – No, climate activists have not vowed to slaughter millions of dogs
"Climate activists vow to slaughter millions of dogs to ‘reduce carbon pawprint.’”
Full Fact→ Facebook posts claiming man with dementia is missing with his dog are false
The picture in the posts shows a man with a different name who has never gone missing.
Full Fact→ Facebook post about injured dog in Tyneside uses old picture from Australia
Multiple posts claim the dog was found in different UK locations.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Injured Dog Hit By Car Post Is NOT Truthful Effort To Find Owners — Spammer’s Trick
Did good Samaritans bring a critically injured dog who had been hit by a vehicle to a veterinary clinic? And is there now an effort to try to find the owners of the injured dog so the owners know what happened to her and where she is? No,
Snopes→ Photo Shows Dog Peeing on Sign for Biden, Not Trump
Here's how we figured out that this popular picture had been doctored.
PolitiFact→ Senate Majority PAC – Fact-checking Democrats’ claim about dog deaths in Mehmet Oz’s heart research lab
A dog endured “unimaginable pain and suffering” during heart research experiments, “just one of 300 killed in (Dr. Mehmet) Oz’s lab.”
AllSides→ Did Lauren Boebert Shoot and Kill Her Neighbor’s Dog?
https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/lauren-boebert-kill-neighbors-dog/ In October 2022, a widely shared F
Snopes→ Did Lauren Boebert Shoot and Kill Her Neighbor’s Dog?
The rumor stemmed from a since-deleted Facebook post.
Snopes→ Did Lauren Boebert Shoot and Kill Her Neighbor’s Dog?
Someone claiming to be the congresswoman's neighbor made the accusation on Facebook.
Snopes→ Lauren Boebert’s Alleged Dog Shooting Story, Explained
The claim stemmed from a since-deleted Facebook post. Authorities said it was another neighbor — not the congresswoman — who pulled the trigger.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Ukraine’s Zelenskyy Did NOT Appear On Charlie Hebdo Cover As ‘An Obedient Dog At The European Feeder’
Did Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical weekly, mock Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy by portraying him on its cover as "an obedient dog" eating out of a "European" dog dish? No, that's not true. The publication has stated that this
Logically→ The Supreme Court of India said those who feed stray dogs routinely would be responsible for their vaccination.
The Supreme Court did not order stray dog feeders to be held liable for their vaccination.
Snopes→ Irish Watchdog Fines Instagram 405M Euros in Teen Data Case
An investigation found the social media platform mishandled teenagers' personal information in violation of strict European Union data privacy rules.