do you think that eating a dog is not any less moral or less ethical than eating cow, pigs or chickens?
- 2 months agoFavorite Answer
We have been eating animals since the dawn of times. If you eat pigs, cattle, chickens, sheep, etc but have a problem with eating a dog then in many ways you are a hypocrite
- 1 month ago
We raise beef cows on our farm and sell them and we put one in our freezer every year. I love a good thick steak cooked on the grill but I would not ever think of eating a dog and yes I think that is very unethical. I think cows, chickens and pigs are for food and dogs are for pets.
- CathyLv 51 month ago
It is pretty much the same. Michelle Obama said his ancestors ate dogs
- Anonymous1 month ago
It is wrong to eat any animal
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- WebboLv 72 months ago
Bottom line is any pet animal should not be eaten so eating dogs is completely wrong as they are companions to humans.
- Anonymous2 months ago
It depends on what the animal was raised for. If it was raised for food its meant to be eaten. If it was raised for a pet its wrong to eat. Doesn't matter the species. A cow raised as a pet should not be eaten but a dog raised as food can be.
- jimanddottaylorLv 72 months ago
They are all just animals. Culture dictates a lot of your eating. I think our culture says that dogs are human. In India, cows get too much respect to eat. In Pakistan the pig is too dirty to eat.
I prefer to eat large animals without too many bones getting in the way. Nothing about morals or ethics