Publish Dog Thieves’ Faces

BY ALEXIA JAMES This is the fifth year that this magazine has backed the campaign to increase sentences for those engaged in the wicked act of dog theft. Previous requests can be found here, here, here and here. A prospective Police Commissioner discusses the subject here. Over four years ago I wrote: I want You, the Reader, to consider the effect on the dog. On … Continue reading Publish Dog Thieves’ Faces

Rest in Peace, Schneider

BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN I’ve always been of the mind that dogs are angels with tails. On Tuesday one such angel – which gutless humans maltreated and turned into a biter – was put to sleep beside me on a vet’s surgery stone floor. Across Britain an army of volunteers care for badly treated dogs and other animals. They are unsung heroes. Often their selflessness is … Continue reading Rest in Peace, Schneider