[The barber was accused of pulling out the canine teeth with iron tongs, claiming that the dog bit people and cut off its canine teeth]
March 28, Guangzhou, Guangdong. A man in a barbershop tried to pull out Shiba Inu’s teeth with iron tongs. He claimed to have cut off his fangs because of a dog bite, not a tooth extraction. After the incident, the store closed and was splashed with paint. The police arrived at the scene and took away the man involved. (The Paper)
On March 28, a netizen posted a message saying that after the owner of a barber shop in Guangzhou pulled out the puppy’s teeth, he discarded the puppy on the side of the road. The puppy was out of breath when it was found. At present, the volunteers have taken the puppy to the hospital for treatment. The Weibo is accompanied by pictures showing that the puppy was lying on the side of the road with blood all over his mouth and his canine teeth were pulled out. On March 29, a staff member of the Command Center of the Guangzhou Municipal Public Security Bureau of Guangdong Province told The Paper that they had noticed the aforementioned incident and the Haizhu branch has been involved in the investigation and is processing it.
Let me ask first, is the Shiba Inu a man’s own family? If it’s your own dog, it’s cruel to pull the tooth, but it’s not illegal, and the man said that he pulled the tooth after the dog bit someone. This is also reasonable, and it is not unprovoked dog abuse. This custom is found in many places. If a dog bites a person, the dog will be killed, or it will bite after it sees blood. The reason behind this custom is that human life is more important than dog life. I don’t think it’s a problem. It can’t be exempted because it is a precious Shiba Inu, right? Therefore, if the dog belongs to the man’s own home, it is reasonable and legal for him to do so, and the police should not take him away. If the dog is not the man’s own home, then he is suspected of deliberately destroying other people’s property, but the value of a dog is not enough to be punished, and may be punished by the police at most. The police are right to take him away. Let’s talk about the store being splashed with paint. Regardless of whether the man’s actions are legal or not, no one else has the right to splash paint on other’s stores. It is recommended that police officers check the person who splashed the paint. After catching them, they should pay compensation and apologize. An apology, but also a fair deal from the man. Someone in the comment area said that the man picked up the Shiba Inu and gave it to his friend. The friend sent it back after spotting the dog biting, but the authenticity has yet to be confirmed. If the dog is really picked up by a man after being lost, then the man’s behavior is suspected of destroying other people’s property. However, if the dog was picked up by the man after being abandoned by the original owner, then his behavior of taking the dog as his own and giving it to a friend would be fine, and the subsequent tooth extraction and abandonment behaviors would not be illegal. Advise everyone to express their wishes legally. If you feel that the man’s actions are inappropriate, you can condemn him, but you can’t scold or expose other people’s personal information; you can call on everyone not to go to his shop for a haircut, but you can’t destroy the door of the other’s shop. Poster.