Tag Archives: dog law

Education, Education, Education

While I was being interviewed by a radio station this morning about a child who had had his thumb bitten off by a Staffie, it got me thinking about the importance of educating people – both owners and children in general … Continue reading

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But What About the Other Dogs?

Boundary barking – why not? The dog rushes from gate to gate and tears along the fence, barking ferociously at passers-by and their dogs, no doubt believing his barking chases them away. Such frequent and needless high arousal can’t be good for him. But … Continue reading

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The law really is an ass sometimes

When I was a child we used to say ‘sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me’.  Rather a stupid saying really because words can hurt, but we knew what we meant. However, taken literally, … Continue reading

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Racing Greyhounds – how can this still be happening in 2014?

“Greyhound racing is a self-regulating gambling business that depends on the uncontrolled breeding and unaccountable disappearance of thousands of dogs every year. That is a situation that is unacceptable and indefensible,”  says actress Annette Crosbie OBE The Greyhound racing industry … Continue reading

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