(Picture: Getty)If you bathe your dog using a strongly scented shampoo, you might find that they actually try to go outside and roll in something to get rid of the clean smell.
Campaigners say this can disrupt a dog’s sensitive sense of smell, while other collars emit sounds which are painful for animals.Using electric collars on animals will be banned (Image: PA)The RSPCA’s dog welfare expert, Dr Samantha Gaines applauded the government’s move to ban shock collars.Dr Gaines said: “These cruel collars have been illegal in Wales since 2010 and we've long been calling for them to be outlawed in England too.
On this World Cat Day (which is celebrated on August 8 every year) we bring you some interesting facts about your little feline friend. The researchers found that female cats are right pawed and males mostly use their left paws.
But aggression can be prevented if you start early socialisation and basic obedience training for your dog. • Dominance: Normally displayed towards other dogs, your pooch might become aggressive towards humans if he views them as part of his pack.
Picture: Supplied.Source:SuppliedThe first time Mr Reurich was barred from the club because of Boofhead he claims to have been so distraught he walked into a sliding-glass door — breaking his glasses and hurting his nose.Justice Markovic found the RSL had unlawfully discriminated against Mr Reurich on eight occasions.“The old saying goes that a dog is a man’s best friend but, as this case demonstrates, sometimes a dog can be more than that,” she said in Friday’s Federal Court judgment.
The Jervis Bay RSL on Friday was ordered to pay more than $16,000 in damages to Peter George Reurich for denying him and Boofhead entry, services and eventually membership between late 2014 and mid-2015.Mr Reurich, who says he suffers from an adjustment and personality disorder that manifests in anxiety and depression, was told to leave the RSL on multiple occasions because 11-year-old “Boofy” stank.Boofhead was told he was too smelly for Jervis Bay RSL.