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I use to have pet dog named Jacky He was big furry and darked I had him when he was just a baby Watching him grew up was a fascinating experience I played with him by tackling him and teasing him He would get mad and start barking at me When he was little he was very grouchy He would bark at many strangers who passed our house He was an obedient pet and I miss him very much Talking about my pet dog Jacky remind me of an article I read from Millers Third Edition Motives for Writing title Whats Wrong With Animal Rights by Vicki Hearne In her article Hearne shares many memorable relationships with her pet dogs as examples to support her argument that the problem with the animal-rights advocates is not that they take it too far its that theyve got it all wrong Miller 362 As an animal trainer Hearne recognizes work is the foundation of happiness that the trainer and the animal discover together She further argues that those who speak for animal rights to ban the idea of anyone owning pet are less likely to be in a rights relation to any given animal She also points out that animal lives longer when they are with people than they are in the wild I agree with Hearne that animal find happiness when they are doing work but I disagree that animals that are slaughtered by human is not as cruel as it is by Mother Nature Hearne is correct that the capacity for satisfaction animals have come from work in the fullest sense Why wouldnt this be false Even though animals need rest and time to play with their toys I can guarantee that when animals are in their best physical health they will be more than happy to have us instruct them to do work Take my pet dog Jacky for example he
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