Kennel Club Research Paper

Good Essays
The Kennel Club website
The Kennel Club. 2015. Japanese Chin. [Online] The Kennel Club. Available from: http://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/services/public/breed/display.aspx?id=6156 [Accessed on 28th November 2015]
The kennel club website is also a well-known organisation and their website was used to be able to research general knowledge about Japanese Chins which are generally used as show dogs and there is a Japanese chin club website with a lot of shows dates from (The Japanese Chin Club, 2015).
The kennel club website stated that Japanese chins are normally lap dogs, they are very cat like this can be shown by these dogs like to groom themselves in a way a cat does. Equally important they also state that they are intelligent and generally
…show more content…
The kennel club is well known in the UK to owners of pedigree dogs. Furthermore the kennel website offer specialist knowledge on each dog and this information will be supported with other sources. Also this website does have people working for it to write the website and keep this website up to date with new information which makes it a lot more reliable as it’s just people who are picked to write for this website and are told what to write.
The Crufts website says the kennel club is the only club which monitors breeding of dogs and these breeders have to be certified by the kennel club. The Crufts website also states that the kennel club is the largest database for both pedigree and non-pedigree dogs (Crufts, 2015).
This source should be regarded as reliable because the information is in depth; it’s valid and gets kept up to date. It has appropriate information which meets a purpose of telling people about a breed of dog. The website is dated as 2015. This information on this website could be primary and secondary. The website is a well-kept one and the information in this website will have been excessively researched to make sure it getting the right information as it is such vast organisation which specialises in the breeds of dogs. Also the information displayed is in depth throughout the website showing consistency. Overall this website should be determined
…show more content…
2015. Neutering. [Online]. Blue Cross. Available from: https://www.bluecross.org.uk/pet-advice/neutering [Accessed on 27th November 2015].
The blue cross website was used to find more out about neutering. The information found on the website was that neutering is a process that stops an animal from reproducing it’s called spaying in females (Blue cross,2015) this can be found on the dogs trust website as well (Dogs Trust, not dated). Blue cross said that this operation is done under anaesthetic; they do mention several advantages to getting your animal neutered/spayed as can be seen in female dogs spaying a female dog will generally reduce the risk of her getting breast cancer and even infections in the

Related Documents

  • Decent Essays

    Your veterinarian can insert a microchip safely into your dog’s body. In case if the collar comes off, then also vital contact information can be retrieved by an animal shelter or a vet by scanning the chip. Vaccinating your pet These days vaccinations are common for dogs. You can easily avoid potentially severe canine diseases like hepatitis, distemper and rabies from affecting your dog. Contact a local animal shelter to know about the necessary vaccinations and also about local licensing laws for pets.…

    • 1007 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    They are also being taught to use technology to contact 911 and to take selfies. These selfless pets are even saving endangered species by tracking animals, such as killer whales, so scientists can study them. However, some of the priceless pooches are settled into classrooms rather than out in the field. I would like to talk specifically about a therapy dog named Pepper. Pepper helps kids who struggle with reading out loud or to others develop better reading skills.…

    • 1457 Words
    • 6 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Animal Care Career Essay

    • 994 Words
    • 4 Pages

    Famous well-known examples of animal trainers and behaviourists are Cesar Millan (The Dog Whisperer) and Jackson Galaxy (My Cat from Hell). CAREER PATH 2 – GROOM: Groomers are somewhat like beauticians, except they specialise in working on animals instead of people. The services a groomer can offer are fur/mane trimmings and styling, teeth cleaning and claw/hoof clippings. A groom will usually specialise grooming a specific animal. Due to the nature of the job (being up close and personal with the animal), grooms are also responsible for keeping an eye out for any physical abnormalities such as wounds, rashes and…

    • 994 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Irish Terrier Essay

    • 1811 Words
    • 8 Pages

    He needs a lot of exercise if he is to be a satisfactory house dog. A survey of Irish terrier owners in Germany rated the breed as highly active and dog aggressive but intelligent and playful and highly trainable. 15 OLD AGE This adaptable breed has a life expectancy of 12 to 15 years. No ailments are unique to Irish Terriers in their old age. MISCELLANEOUS FACTS AND RESOURCES This is a list of Genetic tests available for Irish terriers to identify inherited medical problems that may be recommended by your…

    • 1811 Words
    • 8 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    If you’re dealing with a breeder, always visit in person to see how animals are treated and to determine it’s not a puppy mill. Puppy mill puppies are often malnourished and separated from their mothers too early. These puppies may have inherited health disorders which could cost you more than what you bargained for. 5. Upon knowing that the breeder is genuine not a scammer, opt to buy or adopt dogs located near where you are.…

    • 517 Words
    • 3 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Dog Grooming Training

    • 1232 Words
    • 5 Pages

    If you’re already a trained groomer, then you should know this, or most of it, already. And if you have no intentions of becoming a groomer, but you’d like to operate a dog grooming business, then it’s certainly worth your looking further into – perhaps borrowing that text-book from one of the groomers you are employing. 3. EARNING A PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION OR…

    • 1232 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    Animal Shelter Essay

    • 1221 Words
    • 5 Pages

    Selling animals in pet stores is a business, however at a shelter the cost you pay to adopt is only in place to prove that you’re a dedicated owner and to help keep the shelter running. A puppy mill is a unkempt and insidious place that breeds more than three female dogs and sells to research, animal brokers, and pet shops. Although a USDA breeding license is required to legally breed your own dogs, and the USDA is supposed to inspect kennels to be sure that the cleanliness of the kennels and the hospitality at these mills are up to minimum standards, yet there are so many mills that are the exact opposite. Many puppy mills have animals kept in incredibly scary low conditions, no medical care, and many of the dogs are sick or have behavioral troubles. From being kept in cages for years, with no human contact, constantly being bred, many are killed, abandoned, or sold at an auction.…

    • 1221 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    VPL 120 has really shed light on the extent of the diversity of the veterinary profession. The vet profession includes small animal vet, large animal vet, exotics vet, pathologists and one can also get into veterinary research, wildlife and game and animal welfare. Many of these mentioned professions can allow you to also get into private practice. All mentioned veterinarians also play a huge role in the successfulness of the human-animal bond. Small animal veterinarians are not only expected to treat just dogs and cats, people may bring rodents, reptiles, birds as well as goldfish and small animal vets are obligated to help in any way possible.…

    • 1045 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    A skill that I have obtained over the course of this semester was learning how to do multiple tasks at once. I learned this because at Whiskers and Paws, I had to manage multiple jobs at once, such as caring for the dogs, playing with the dogs, supervising the children, and cleaning up after the dogs. This skill was needed during those times because it would benefit the dogs better. This is valuable to me because in the future, this will come in handy because I aspire to become a veterinarian. Another skill I learned was to pay attention to my surroundings.…

    • 2042 Words
    • 9 Pages
    Decent Essays
  • Decent Essays

    They are still utilized for those reasons. Apearance In light of the imperativeness of fox chasing to English society, and the spread of the English Foxhound to most British domains, the English Foxhound is a standout amongst the most conspicuous puppy breeds on the planet. For a significant part of the world, the breed characterizes what a pack chasing dog ought to look like; sizable, straight-legged, sagging eared, and in conventional dog shades. A large portion of the English Foxhound's appearance is dictated by the breed's motivation. This is a working pooch and ought to show up in that capacity.…

    • 1108 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Decent Essays