At Cani-Fit, another canicross training company, founder Lindsay Johnson says her clients and their dogs particularly enjoy the social aspect of the weekly hour-long training runs.
In the clip, posted to Facebook by Simon Hart, 24, the dog walker appears to clock the cat hiding behind a dark car and starts pulling his staffy away. Simon said that everyone involved in the incident is ‘fine’ and that he believes the cat lived a few doors down.
‘At the heart of the campaign was a false allegation that Ms Suttle had physically abused her dog, or caused it unnecessary suffering, and that she was accordingly a cruel and appalling person.’ The care home manager is an animal lover (Picture: Facebook) She continued: ‘The allegation of dog beating was completely untrue.
Dog walking has become a boom industry (Image: RSPCA) With nearly one in three owners relying on dog walkers to exercise their pets, leading animal charities have come together to ensure high welfare standards in the growing but unregulated industry.
Officers from the RSPCA Ashley Heath Animal Centre in Ringwood, Hampshire, said Bruce was ‘very scared and shaking’ when they found him. Bruce was ‘very scared and shaking’ when they found him (Picture: Solent) Now they have launched an investigation to try and find Bruce’s owner.
Dog handler PC Jennie Ellse and Quantum are back in action for Nottinghamshire Police (Picture: Nottingham Post / BPM Media)‘I didn’t actually realise I had been slashed in the hand until afterwards.
The poor pet was discovered by a dog walker who visited the park (Picture: RSPCA)RSPCA inspector Sarah Bagley, who handled the shocking discovery, said: ‘This is one of the worst things I’ve dealt with so far as an RSPCA inspector.
He said police are not sure what crime has been committed, but the pet owners “would just like it to stop.”Police initially believed proactive citizens may have been taking the cats to be spayed or neutered, according to WVIR, but later dismissed those suspicions when the same felines were victims of multiple instances of unwanted grooming.Flyers posted around the Waynesboro area urge residents to call the police with any information about the rogue barbering.