If you bring home a puppy, be prepared to deal with accidents during the potty training phase. It’s shocking the way people use abusive tactics to stop a puppy from doing what comes naturally.
Puppies are no more prepared to be instantly potty trained than human ...Read More
Dogfighting Is A Felony. Dogfighting is a “contest” in which two dogs—bred, conditioned and trained to fight—are placed in a pit to fight each other for spectators’ entertainment and gambling. The fight ends when one of the dogs will not or cannot continue. Bait animals, ...Read More
abuse. In fact, 32 percent of pet-owning victims of domestic abuse reported that their child had hurt or killed a pet. Dogfighting is a “contest” in which two dogs—bred, conditioned and trained to fight—are placed in a pit to fight each other for spectators’ entertainment ...Read More
Forced to Fight and Left to Die
The canines who are most regularly reared for battling are by and large known as “pit bulls”: Staffordshire terriers, American Staffordshire terriers, American bulldogs, and American pit bull terriers. Canines who are utilized for battling are generally kept penned ...Read More
Every year, roughly 2 million canines and felines are butchered for their meat and hide. Examinations have uncovered that these creatures are executed all through Asia and their skins ...Read More
HORRIFYING CAT AND DOG MEAT TRADE IN ASIA
In the Asian cat and dog meat trade, millions of dogs and cats are
cruelly and savagely killed by people who believe the more terrified the
animal is before death, the better the meat tastes.
China, and other Asian ...Read More
It has been very sad writing about animal abuse, especially abuse towards dogs. I am also sad about other creatures being abused. Personally, I don’t think humans have the right to do much of what we do. Since we are supposedly the top of the ...Read More
The connection between animal abuse and other criminal behaviors was recognized, long before the evolution of the social sciences and institutions with which we now address such behaviors. In his famous series of 1751 engravings, “The Four Stages of Cruelty,” William Hogarth traced the life ...Read More