Cross posting from my Rescue Blog.
Here in Canada, the laws regarding the length of time dogs can be tethered to a tree, post, etc. are minimal and have been very difficult to enforce. Things are starting to change and we are super excited! Here is a copy of the article in today’s local news.
Courtesy of Global TV
MONCTON, N.B. – A few weeks ago, a black dog came into the Greater Moncton SPCA with a large scar, encircling its neck. It was a sure sign that it had spent most of its life tethered.
“We see dogs that have lived their whole life on a chain,” Nanette Pearl, Director of Animal Welfare at the Greater Moncton SPCA said. “We aren’t able to understand the point of having a dog, if that’s all its life is going to be.”
The dog, which doesn’t have a name, also has wounds on his back, and fight wounds…
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