I believe it would benefit, because too many people anthropomorphise their pets and don't treat them how they should be treated, so by learning how a dog for instance should be treated, gives the owner the ability to train the dog the way it should behave and gives the owner a better pet in the process.
Dogs and cats, well any pet, are not human and shouldn't be treated as such, so it's best to learn how they would expect to be treated and do so accordingly, wouldn't you say?
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