Prong collars are designed to punish dogs for pulling by inflicting pain and discomfort. They can cause serious physical and emotional damage to dogs and should never be used.
The metal spikes of prong collars pinch the skin around dogs’ necks when they pull and can scratch or puncture them. Over time, this can cause dogs to develop scar tissue (which has no feeling) and/or build up a tolerance to the painful pinching sensation and thus continue to pull, making walks even more difficult. Dogs may interpret the tightening of a choke or prong collar around their neck as a stranglehold (which it is, after all!) and become fearful or even aggressive.
Sign the petition to get them banned, 100.000 signatures guarantees a debate in parliament.
Guys, there’s only 5,000 signatures on this and I checked the facts and yes, these are still legal in the UK! :(
Can’t sign but if you live in the UK, you should sign this.
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someone: “deafheaven plays black metal”
"ideologically speaking though they aren’t, and honestly its pretty much impossible for any american musician to create proper black metal considering so much of the sound and context of the genre goes back to religious suppression and westernization of eastern europe, as well as being an expressionist reaction to the death metal scene at the time"
Ten years ago, photographers James and Karla Murray began documenting the unique storefronts that define New York as a wonderfully diverse place to live. After a decade had passed, the pair went back to the same locations, only to sadly discover that many of the charming family-owned stores had been pushed out and replaced by large chains, banks, and generic businesses. The Murrays documented these rapid changes with side-by-side photographs compiled in a book entitled Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York.
What… the… hell….
Some of the Ford Mustang Sport Versions from 1965 tru 1973.