Experts & Views
In a recent study conducted by KuttaLaw Group, the researches have found that 98% of dogs owned by law firm partners are overweight and underworked.
“For example Mr. Ahuja who is a partner at Ahuja & Sons law firm owns Mutt, an English Mastiff, a breed which normally weighs at 80-120 kilograms. But Mutt weighs at an astonishing 150 kilograms”, said Billi Gupta, lead researcher at the KuttaLaw Group.
“I believe since 98% of law firm partners are themselves overweight and underworked and they treat their dogs in a similar manner leading to the dogs being overweight”, Billi added.
Mr. X, the law firm partner himself weighs 135 kilograms, as per our last measurement.
Prem Chand Premi a dog lover said, “I think dogs have feelings of empathy and are trying to remain in the overweight and unhealthy state that their owners possess. They are loyal animals”.
We contacted Kutta Kennel’s trainer Mr. Sher Khan, “I have had many law firm partners as client for pedigree, exotic breeds. Interacting with them I have found that they hardly work themselves and dump all their work to the associates”.
“I feel a similar treatment is being meted to the dogs who get less exercise and are thus bulky”, he adds.
Our animal conversation specialist spoke to Gruffy, a 75 kg Alsation owned by Mr. Y, a partner at Y and family law firm, “Wuf. Wuf. It is LegallyIndia’s recent associate survey to be blamed. We saw the pics and that how fat the law firm partners were; how greatly they earned and how successful they looked”.
“The dog community too wanted to show off and thus decided to look and eat like them and grow fat”, added Gruffy wagging its tail.
Gruffy refused to be weighed and growled threatingly at our reporters when goaded to do so. Gruffy is a huge animal and our reporter a slight man, so he decided not to take measurement.
Mr. Y, Gruffy’s owner refused to step on the weighing machine which according to his maid broke the last time he stood upon it.
PETO- animals ko mat peeto, an animal rights activist organisation informed us that they are actively pursuing this matter.
“The partners can destroy their lives by being overweight; we are more concerned about the dogs. Dogs can’t be allowed to go to the dogs”, said a PETO volunteer.
Bike Rider, a serial legal entrepreneur informed us that he is soon planning to launch a range of services including dog food, books and exercising mats for dogs in the legal community. This is his 137th entrepreneurial venture.
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