Trainer kicks dog at obedience test

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 16 Apr 2017

PETALING JAYA: Just two weeks after the brutal bashing of a dog in Puchong, another case of violence against a canine has surfaced, this time committed by a dog trainer.  

A video of a dog trainer kicking another participant’s dog in what appears to be a dog show has been circulating on social media.  

In the video that is just under a minute and a half long, a group of dog trainers is seen standing in line by their dogs as part of an obedience test.  

An order is given for the participants to leave their dogs, at which point they make their way off screen, leaving their dogs sitting in their original positions.  

However, things get rowdy the moment the trainers are gone as two dogs almost immediately get into a fight.  

The trainer of one of the two tussling dogs is then seen walking up to them and proceeds to kick the other dog.  

Pulling his dog away from the other, the man continues to kick at the dog as some of the spectators are audibly riled up by his actions.  

Another man then picks up his dog and carries it away.  

This follows as other trainers enter the scene and drag off the other dogs that had run into the fray.  

The video has been viewed over 30,000 times and shared 576 times on Facebook, receiving 253 comments as of 12.40pm Sunday.


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