Pets: On Israeli buses, size matters

A Transportation Ministry law raises the hackles of dog owners.

By KEREN PREISKEL
February 1, 2016 09:58
Dogs on buses

A dog on a bus (illustrative). (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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