For example there was a photograph of fairly large nondescript dog being led on a leash down a corridor. He is looking up at his keeper in such a way that you just know his heart must be fluttering with hope. There are only two reasons as far as he knows that he has been let out of his cage; some kindly folk had finally adopted him or they are going for a run. He just does not know as he bounces along, tail wagging, gazing up at the man who has come to fetch him, that the corridor is for this moment his own death row. A video shows a girl kneeling on a sidewalk, making a fuss of a dog so skeletal you could literally see every bone. It could hardly take a step as it pathetically tried to wag its tail. “They have every right to hate us,” the girl said, but the fact is they don’t. Dogs that hate are like humans who hate –they are taught.