January Is Unchain a Dog Month!

Published by PETA.

Because it’s cold. And the situation for dogs who are kept chained outside as if they were some kind of furry lawn ornament is drastic. If you want to do something to help so-called “back yard” dogs in your area, we’ve got some great resources here. And we also have a nice little “unchain a dog” pack so you can remind people that if they’re unable to take a dog into their home, they shouldn’t be getting a dog in the first place.

And now, Loretta Lynn:

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