Can Singapore deal with its pups with some doggone respect? For the second time in two days, a doggie ending college is getting ruffed up for its disturbing coaching strategies.
Canine Options Singapore at this time stood its floor in response to complaints a few two-year outdated video displaying a coach jolting an animal with a shock collar.
“We’re clear in our coaching and our methods/strategies are tailored to every particular person canine. Our purchasers are absolutely conscious of how we prepare their canine,” The canine coaching college positioned at Tembeling highway wrote on Instagram.
It additionally stated it could simply block those that proceed to criticize it.
“Everyone seems to be entitled to their very own opinion, however because it’s come to some extent that we and our purchasers are being accused and harassed, we’ll block such misinformed people from placing out baseless feedback.”
Within the footage which surfaced Sunday, three massive canine are walked via an open automobile park when a tan mongrel trailing behind barks and is instantly zapped by its collar. The traumatized canine cowers and makes an attempt to sit down earlier than being pulled away by an unperturbed man holding what seems to be a latte.
It was posted by the identical account used to name out one other canine obedience coaching college for kicking, choking and dragging its pups yesterday.
Skilled canine trainers don’t depend on ache aversion to switch habits, and Singaporeans referred to as the varsity out for cruelty.
“[C]ome let me put electrical collars on y’all,” Liza.img wrote.
“[Y]all are [absolutely disgusting] on utilizing abusive strategies to ‘prepare’ ur canine,” Rinraichu wrote.
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