You can’t advocate for dogs and dehumanize people at the same time.
assumptions based on appearance disregard the genetic complexity of dogs and all other influences that make up the individual dog.
We love when people celebrate dogs, whether it’s their own dogs or rescue dogs. But, the language we use to talk about these celebrations should reflect where we are, not where we’ve been.
Advocating against breed-specific legislation involves a lot of emotion, but we need to focus on facts and solutions to make positive change happen.
ESAs play an important role in mental health and society needs to respect that.