The UK’s largest organisation devoted to dog health, welfare and training – the Kennel Club – joined forces with Matthew Offord MP in Parliament yesterday (7 June) at an event calling for a ban on the use and sale of electric shock collars in the UK.
As Dog Bite Prevention Week (12 - 19 June) nears, the oldest and largest animal welfare organisation is urging parents to spend some time educating children on the best way to approach a dog, and how to act around dogs.
The RSPCA has appealed for information after a severely neglected dog was found cowering under a bush in a Bristol park. The male Staffordshire Bull Terrier couldn’t stand and was suffering from a severe skin condition.
The RSPCA is calling for the government in England to follow in the footsteps of its Welsh counterpart in banning shock collars after a review of the ban in Wales confirms shock collars cause pain to animals.
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