Trip For Dog adopts the Charter of Dog Rights
The main objective is to disclose the characteristics and needs of the dog as a species other than man: to teach a respect their diversity, needs and uniqueness and help you share every moment with your four-legged friend, after all we are specialized in 4-legged trips and holidays.
It is necessary to give back to the dog all its singularity in order to strengthen the relationship dog-man because it should not be taken for granted, to try not to fall into clichés. We do it for one good quality of life dog and your human friend trying to help our readers to live in harmony and harmony in mutual respect and love.
We converted people who were terrified of us hairy, it took a little with the right approach.
We do not like extremisms and exasperations in any subject, much less the fanaticisms that leave the time they find, we care that our furry friends and their respective human life companions are able to coexist happily in respect and in happiness.
This is why we have decided to become the spokesperson for the dog rights charter.
We NEVER, NEVER and then NEVER use the word "master" or "owner", we don't like them at all: we prefer to call you bipeds, humans, friends but below you will be named with these "bad words", do not want us it is right that us the document is distributed in its entirety as it was written.
Despite this choice of vocabulary that does not belong to us, we fully share it.
Art. 1 - RIGHT TO CONSCIOUS ADOPTION
If you are adopted, your owners need to make sure that the solutions that are most beneficial to you are chosen.
Adoption must be a responsible and thoughtful choice. Adopting a dog means sharing a large part of your life with him, taking care of him and taking care of him.
Here you can find the map with the main Italian kennels
Art. 2 - RIGHT TO EDUCATION
You have the right to be educated with respect for your character and your talents. Your owners must work together to raise you and ensure you can grow in the best way.
The serene growth and education of the dog are tied to the choices of the owner. Raising your puppy from a young age is an investment in the future that all owners should face. All dogs are sentient beings with different emotions, propensities and talents depending on the subject. The owners must take into account the basic behavior of the subject, not to frustrate and demotivate him but intervening with the correct education during growth.
Art. 3 - RIGHT TO SOCIAL LIFE
You have the right to live without being chained or alone in the garden.
The dog is a social animal and as such it needs to be with others, both human and non-human. He needs to share moments and experiences, social isolation and constraint to the chain represent a form of mistreatment. The dog is not a toy, it should not be removed from the family unit due to the onset of senescence or diseases or for the arrival of a child. A well-behaved dog is the best playmate.
Art. 4 - RIGHT TO WALK
You have the right to take walks during the day and explore the environment around you.
The walk for the dog is not only a "hygienic" moment, rather it should be understood as the circumstance of exploring, playing, exercising and socializing. These activities are fundamental, letting him play alone at home cannot make him happy.
Art. 5 - RIGHT TO PLAY
You have the right to play with people and other animal friends.
For the dog, play is a typical part of the activity repertoire and is closely linked to exploration, as well as learning socializing, defensive or predatory behavioral modules. The forms of play depend both on innate behavioral patterns and on imitative and acquired behavioral inductions linked to the environment. At the same time, play satisfies the physiological developmental needs of the organism through movement. Through play, the dog learns to behave and measure its limits.
Art. 6 - RIGHT TO NON-VIOLENCE
Nobody has to hurt you. Your owners need to make sure you are protected from abuse, violence and neglect.
The growth of the dog must be conducted on playful coordinates, coherence and acceptance, through which it is possible to obtain the learning of new knowledge, without the use of coercive methods.
Art. 7 - RIGHT TO SECURITY
You have the right to live free from fear and fear.
For the dog, a life lived in the shadow of fear and fear, without being able to express their subjectivity represents an unspeakable suffering on which the owner has the duty to intervene.
Art. 8 - RIGHT TO HEALTH
You have the right to good health. This means that your owners must guarantee you medical care and medication when you are sick.
The veterinarian is the professional who looks after a dog's health. Any other advice or indication not provided by the aforementioned figure cannot be defined in dog science and consciousness.
Art. 9 - RIGHT TO WELLNESS
You have the right to live as a dog, without ridicule. A dog has the right to live by following its own species ethogram.
Humanizations, projections, reifications represent forms of mistreatment and ridicule on which the owner has the duty to intervene.
Art. 10 - RIGHT TO FEEDING
You have the right to receive meals adapted to your needs.
The dog has anatomy and physiology different from those of humans. Therefore it is necessary that the diet is appropriate to its species and calibrated to the needs of the subject. A diet consisting of leftovers or waste from human nutrition cannot be defined as appropriate, as many foods are toxic to the dog or unbalanced from a nutritional point of view.
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