I live in a college campus, where stray animals are not hurt as compared to outside so even peacocks can be friendly. So there's no question of the dog biting me (I also pet only interested dogs.) Also my hostel room is too small to keep the dog inside or in my sight, so I keep losing the dogs I petted or fed in the past as they wander quite a lot - although they recognise me and get very excited to see me as compared to others standing there. There's no vet inside the campus, but there are some groups working on vaccinating stray dogs and most of them are vaccinated.
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How to bring them to my room on 1st floor?
Winter has come and it's like 8 to 9 °F (-14 to -12 °C) at night. I don't know where do the dogs go at night. How can I bring them at my room at any time of the day and keep them as regular or permanent visitors? Campus is huge and likewise, they also wander a lot and settle in the most beneficial location, which is not always in my comfort zone
Should I feel bad about separating a pup from the parents?
As far as I have seen, female dogs normally belong to outside campus and leave after breeding and I have never seen a family together. Also, males just live together for a few months and then babies live on their own. So is there a sentimental perspective I should take care of?