This is horrible!!! Rosko was ripped from his mums arms as she was physically assaulted in her own driveway. Two men have taken him. He was taken from his home in Castor Bay (North Shore, Auckland). If everyone could keep an eye out that would be amazing. I couldn’t even imagine if this was Kyro. I’d be absolutely beside myself. What kind of low life scum does such a thing? 😞. #BringRoskoHome
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3. Wrong equipment
Equipment that doesn’t fit or causes pain can do damage to your dog.
I see several people who use no pull harnesses and head halters that are way, way, way too loose. The loose nylon then rubs hair off the face, from under the arm pits, across the chest and in other areas.
Although most equipment shouldn’t be TIGHT (although gentle leaders and other head halters will seem tight to some) it also shouldn’t be loose enough to rub.
Think shoes, people! When your shoes are too big you get blisters, when your shoes fit they feel good.
And, corrective devices such as choke chains (metal or nylon) and pinch or prong collars can get caught and strangle dogs. It is best not to use these tools at all, but if you do, use them only when your dog is monitored.
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