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Petco stops selling certain shock collars

In a statement on Petco.com, company president Ron Coughlin has announced that the chain no longer sells "all human-activated and bark-activated electronic pet collars" in-store or online. "Because, as a health and wellness company dedicated to improving pet lives, they have no business in our business," he stated.

Petco says goodbye to remote controls that cause pain, and hello to expert trainers who mentor pets and pet parents with positivity, patience and compassion. Ron Coughlin calls on the rest of the pet industry and anyone who loves pets to join this movement and help to drive positive change beyond just Petco.

|13 October 2020 | 11:23


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