Visit for more info here: http://buydogpainmedication.comYesterday afternoon, 7/24/17, as I walked home on Winona Blvd. in Los Feliz, I witnessed this dog walker who had this arthritic dog in its harness and the dog was crying in pain as the guy tried to hurry it along by moving rather quickly around the grass by the sidewalk. I recognized the dog and its harness because it is usually being “walked” on the grass on the opposite side of the street. It is a wide and rather busy street, so I wondered how it got across. Was it carried? Slowly dragged across the asphalt? And why was it crying out? I had always seen it calm with the walker barely moving. I tried to ask the walker what was going on, but he flew into temper–and his replies made little sense. He kept yelling something about “Are you accusing me of putting the dog in the sun?” (They were under a tree). And ‘Mind your own business. Do you even own a dog?” At first, he said the dog was ill and full of gas, which was why it was crying out. But I could see that every time he abruptly pulled up on the harness to drag the dog along in a circle, and that caused the cries. The walker kept ordering me around: “Take a video!” And he even called the owner while I stood there (although he kept telling me not to wait) and complained that I was making accusations. I went to my place, got my point-and-shoot camera, and returned. I took one still shot and then began videotaping. This made him yell at me: “Don’t just take pictures! Take a video!” I kept going, and he might have gotten afraid that it was indeed video because he stopped. Just stood there, blocking my view of the dog with his backside. Then he dragged the dog behind a tree. I got a closeup of the dog’s tongue hanging out of its mouth in the 90 degree heat. And it gives a few weak cries. Not as badly as when I first saw them. I plan to notify the owner (someone else told me her name is Valentina and gave me her address). Praying for this dog’s peace and safety.