Dogs will be much safer when they've all had their chips
THE cruel crime of dog stealing continues to increase to the extent that it has become very alarming. Dog walkers and owners, particularly of the bull breeds and greyhound/whippet type dogs which are not neutered are wanted fornefarious sports which
THE cruel crime of dog stealing continues to increase to the extent that it has become very alarming.
Dog walkers and owners, particularly of the bull breeds and greyhound/whippet type dogs which are not neutered are wanted fornefarious 'sports' which are cruel and illegal.
Dog walkers who are approached by dubious-looking types who admire their dogs and ask them questions about their age and value, should take with them small cameras and discreetly take pictures of all such people. Keep the pictures as they may come in useful to the police and RSPCA.
Of course, there are people (like me) who are genuine dog lovers and will sometimes talk to dogs unless asked not to by their owners.
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Dog owners across the country must unite and demand a better deal for our pets. When all dogs by law are micro-chipped and internationally registered this hateful crime will abate.
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