Fundamental rights || What are the rights of Dogs

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Fundamental rights

Fundamental rights

Today, pets have become a part of legislation and court battles and have found their own representation as well in some case. As they become family, David Grimm writes in his book Citizen Canine: Our Evolving Relationship with cats and Dogs, “They’ve also become family in the eyes of the law.”

The reality is far from that. When talking about practicality the law considers them nothing more than property. Hence, there ought to be a fundamental ri9ghts list in the constitution for our animal friends too for a more humane, kind, generous, and happy society.
Right to be free from cruelty

No animal should be subject to cruelty in any this includes questionable dairy and poultry farm practices, animal testing for cosmetics scientific research, and use of animals in zoos and circuses and in any form where animals are abused.

Right to be rescued in a natural disaster

Animals are usually left behind in the case of earthquake, tsunami, landslide, or any other natural disaster. But they deserve to be rescued just like human beings.

Right to have their interest considered in a courtroom

They can’t speak for themselves which makes it all the more imperative that they legal representation.

Right to clean food and water

No animal should have to eat old rotten leftovers and drink unclean, algae-infested water. They should all have right to fresh, clean food and water.

Right to shelter against the elements

Relegating a pet to an open yard outside, to fend for themselves in harsh sun, biting cold, or punishable offence. And right to shelter should be a pet’s fundamental right.

Right to be exercise

A well-exercised fido is a happy, healthy fido.

Right to be with a family

Pets thrive in the company of their family. When left alone in balconies or backyards, they lose the will to live and become depressed. There should be laws against people who leave their pets alone in inhumane conditions.

Right to love and affection

A strong family bond is the one in which your pet integrates in seamlessly. They should be a close knit part of their families and receive abundant time, love, affection and attention.

Right to regular vet visits

To keep their health on an upswing all the time and ensure they are active and healthy even in old age, regular vet visits are a must. A regular vet schedule and calendar record maintenance to take care of the pet’s health should be maintained.

Right to regular grooming

Most vet clinic offer grooming services; you can take them to a pet spa or best do it yourself. Regular baths, flea and tick checks, ear cleaning, nail clipping, and brushing are mandatory to keep their skin and feet healthy.

Right to be considered a sentient being

If there is loss of an animal. The pet parents are now able to sue for mental suffering and loss of companionship, which traditionally only applied to other humans. A dog is said to have feelings and intelligence of a child of 4-5 years. To not consider them a sentient beings is an insult to what they being to our lives and their. They are truly man’s best friends.

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