One Thing That Never, Ever Fails to Make Me Angry Is the Sight Of a Poor, Defenseless Dog Being Tied To a Chain In the Yard.
What are people even thinking? I like to sometimes give people the benefit of the doubt. Leaving your dog tied up outside for an hour or two a day is generally not abuse. Sometimes, it’s the best way to ensure that your dog gets the exercise they need.
But what about the other cases? The sad truth is that more often than not, owners will chain up their dogs, leave them outside, and forget about them altogether. Some owners will leave their dogs chained up for days at a time! To be honest, as the proud owner of four dogs, I can’t even picture that without getting really upset. Besides being extremely distressing, it makes me wonder why people would even bother to get a dog in the first place!
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Regardless of what these horrible people might say, it does my heart phenomenal good to see other people who feel the same way I do. But it isn’t just enough to feel bad. The only way we can ever hope to improve the lives of these dogs is through combined efforts. That’s where Fences for Fido comes into the picture. When you learn more about everything this group does to help dogs who have been left to rot on chains, I have a feeling your heart is going to be as warmed as mine was.