It’s difficult for us when we see people mistreating their dogs, whether it’s yelling, hitting, or bad/punishment-based training. Advocating for these dogs is crucial, but knowing how to speak up for them can be tricky.Victoria Stilwell shares this post with the goal of teaching us how to step up and “Be A Be A WitnessWitness.” From experience, I can tell you that in the moment, it seems like you’re talking to a wall (sometimes an angry wall), but it’s a slow burn. Say your peace, respectfully and calmly, and move on taking comfort from the fact that you did something, and that you may have made a difference.