Thrilled to announce our first #CommunityPawds a new initiative that will be focused on interactions with community members. Every month we will pick a topic that is important and relevant for the ‘humans of dogs’ community and invite community members to join us for these conversations.
In this episode of PawTube – a PawzNRead initiative focused on canine health and wellbeing, we discuss why dog shaming based on breed, size, nature and more isn’t cool and must stop.
We are joined by Ashwini Sirur who shares her experience of fostering, adopting and training not one but three rescued dogs – Zack (her own dog), Jack (her parents’ dog) and Sonya (her current foster).
What we discussed:
- Why and how some dogs are misunderstood and shamed due to their breed, size and reactions.
- Personal experiences of fostering, adopting and constantly training rescued dogs.
- Importance of is mental stimulation, the lack of which can lead to dogs from becoming destructive.
- The need to consciously practice empathy as opposed to shaming dogs and their humans based on certain parameters.
Link to article to know more about Zack: https://pawznread.com/who-on-earth-would-adopt-this-dog/
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