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Story by Colin DruryEven two decades on, Georgia Wood-Lee still remembers with unerring clarity the day a dog attacked her. She still has the scars.She was 20 and had just started working in a pub near Wrexham. The landlord had asked her to come upstairs to meet Bruno, the German shepherd that lived there.As she ascended the steps, the six stone animal was already on the landing above. It was growling and straining at a leash the landlady was struggling to hold.‘Its jaws locked onto me’: How dog attacks became Britain’s unrecognised public health crisis (msn.com)
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How A Dog Sees The World
Dogs definitely see the world differently than people do, but it’s a myth that their view is just black, white and grim shades of gray. While most people see a full spectrum of colors from red to violet, dogs lack some of the light receptors in their eyes that allow human beings to see certain colors, particularly in the red and green range. But canines can still see yellow and blue. Read more...
It Raining Champions
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or the past 15 years or so, the Israeli Kennel Club has held the Champion of Champions competition as its final event of the year. As its name suggests, the competition is open to local champions who compete for the Top Dog title. All the dogs are initially judged individually by three judges, who give them a numeric score. The judges’ scores are then added up and the top 16 dogs ascend to the final stage. Read More...
Pets are so important to people in the UK that the government is even considering a law that would put convicted dog thieves behind bars for up to five years. However, heartbreaking crime is still a major issue across the country leaving owners distraught at the loss of a much-loved family member of the furry variety. Read more...
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Story by Colin DruryEven two decades on, Georgia Wood-Lee still remembers with unerring clarity the day a dog attacked her. She still has the scars.She was 20 and had just started working in a pub near Wrexham. The landlord had asked her to come upstairs to meet Bruno, the German shepherd that lived there.As she ascended the steps, the six stone animal was already on the landing above. It was growling and straining at a leash the landlady was struggling to hold.‘Its jaws locked onto me’: How dog attacks became Britain’s unrecognised public health crisis (msn.com)
Blame the Owner for Dog Agression
In this article by John Anderer, he delves into the effects that owners have on the temperament of their dogs. One of his conclusions is the male owners are twice as likely to have aggressive dogs. fascinating new pup-centric research out of Brazil reports canine aggressiveness is likely influenced both by the dog’s prior life experiences and their owner’s characteristics and lifestyle choices. Why are some dogs more aggressive? Blame the owner, study suggests (studyfinds.org)
Almost everyone in the Ukrainian town of Chernivtsi knows someone who has been bitten by a dog. Hotel administrator Irina Tarasenko, 51, says it happened while walking to the bus stop one day. The dog just ran up behind her and bit her leg. There was no blood, so she didn’t even go to the doctor. University student Artyom Krais, 21, shows a scar on his leg. Nowadays, whenever he spots a dog, he walks the other way. Read more...