Dogs are pack animals. In the wild, canines live, eat, and sleep
with their family. In the absence of other dogs, humans become their
"pack." A chained dog feels rejected and doesn't understand
Imagine being chained to a tree year after year. You watch the door
hoping someone will come play. No one ever does. You long to run, but
you can only pace. You
shiver in winter and pant in summer. Eventually, you stop barking. You
have given up hope.
We have many forms of entertainment: movies, music, friends. Your dog
only has YOU. If you can't give a dog a good life, should you have one?
It is up to caring people like you to improve the lives of chained dogs.
Some think, "It's none of my business." But it is the business of
compassionate people to speak up when living creatures are treated like
objects. You will feel good about yourself for helping a chained dog!