November 12, 2021
November 8, 2021
I’m minutes away from a video chat with Oakland-raised dog trainer Jas Leverette when I hear my two dogs – one floor down, should I mention – start barking their heads.
It could be a delivery guy, or maybe someone walking past the house and chatting on the phone, but what triggered them already makes me feel sheepish.
- Dogs will continue to kill if we ban electronic collars
- Scottish election 2021: Anas Sarwar warns Scotland cannot afford to lose more animal species
- Political parties promise more action on animal welfare
- Australian Border Force issues warning after spike in detection of dangerous ‘toothed’ dog collars