Pets Essay

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  • Pet Sitter And Pet Sitter

    There are several unfortunate situations that occurred with some pet sitters and their clients. These occurrences have gotten Pet Net into some turmoil with its clients and within its own organization. It is clear that mistakes were made, but it is not as clear to who is at fault for the mistakes. Dealing with other people’s pets is a tricky task because you are not the pet owner. As obvious as that sounds it is true because a pet sitter only knows what the owner tells the sitter. There are many unpredictable situations that occur when pets are away from their owners. The pets could act differently since they are in the care of a new person. As a pet sitter, you must remember that this is not your pet. Act only in the ways that the owner would or how Pet Net has taught you. If the sitter is unsure of what to do then call the owner or make the safe decision. There was a severe injury in the first incident with the dog knocking over the toddler. The parent has a right to be angry with the sitter and Pet Net, but do they have the right to bring a negligence suit against Pet Net? The parent feels this way because the dog was let off its leash and broke the kid’s arm. The parent is also angry because of the medical costs that followed the injury. For an agent to act within its duty of care, the “agent must act with the care, competence, and diligence normally exercised by the agents in similar circumstances” (Mallor 960). This “also includes a general duty that agents act…

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  • Mode Pets Pet Case Study

    Mission Statement The mission of the organization is to provide luxury and professional pet grooming while protecting the animal rights. The Mode Pets Salon seeks to respond to the needs of all kinds of clientele and to pay specific attention to the fact that all creatures deserve respect, love, gentleness, and dignity. Company Information Pet grooming is a new business venture gaining popularity in different parts of the U.S. because a large number of the population people are continuing to…

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  • The Benefits Of Pets

    experience for the pet as well as his owner. Unleashed is a collar that allows you to unleash your canine and go for walks without the hassle of lunging and pulling. With this product, pet owners can venture out with their pups without all of the hassle from a leash. The technology in this collar is similar to that of the technology used in invisible fences. Think of this as a mobile invisible fence. Customers will simply program the settings to the distance that they will allow their dog to…

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  • The Importance Of Pets

    foxes. "Borrow it from me, I know you're into animal stuff, you got to read it." Only my friends would do this, but this article is a really great starting point to discussing pets. I think it is important to explain how I happened upon the article, because I doubt I would have gotten passed an article about wild foxes, or wild animals for that matter. The fact that they were able to breed foxes specifically to be pets for humans was the reason of interest, as her later comment that, "I totally…

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  • Disadvantages Of Owning A Pet

    and suitable pets that were never adopted yet were euthanized due to over population. Humans have kept pets ever since ancient times. Centuries ago they were mostly kept for food, source of material such as fur, and hunting aids, but now a days they are companions and the thought of killing, eating, and wearing them sounds senseless. In this fast paced modern age filled with stress every needs a source of relief. Most people turn to medicinal or recreational drugs and alcohol. However there are…

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  • Pet Domestic Relationships

    mainly as human companionship. Domesticated animals called pets, suffer the process of “Humanization” when they become part of the family. Pets fulfill human’s emotional needs even better than people do (Serpell, 1996). The reason why owners have a good relationship with their pet is because they can offer immeasurable and unconditional love, not depending on mood or inconstancies some human relationships may have. Pets can be easily compared with children that will never grow-up (Beck and…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Having A Pet

    Corgis are so cute and fluffy with their heart shaped butts and their short little legs. I just wish I could have one here on campus. It’s disappointing that we cannot have pets live in the apartments. Not saying this will happen but what if Schreiner allowed someone living in the apartments to have a pet. There are a lot of arguments against having a pet, but there are real benefits to having a dog or cat around. There are health benefits of having an animal; along with it helps reduce the…

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  • The Importance Of Pets In Older Adults

    When we get old and gray, we start thinking about our past life. Where are we now? Where are we going? Will we be happy? Will we be loved? Will we be alone? Who will care? In the years past, we have seen many different lifestyles of senior citizens, both positive and negative. The one true fact that we notice is that when a senior citizen smiles, he, or she, is happy, satisfied and will live a longer life. The point of this essay is to show how pets, either real or mechanical, will help make the…

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  • My Pet Cat Essay

    Lisa Martin English 1101 Essay #4 Cats make the perfect pet I have heard the old saying that dogs are man’s best friend. I don’t know much about dogs, but I do know a lot about cats. I have had a cat as a pet for at least 30 years. They are wonderful and I know I will always have one in my life. I think cats make the perfect pet because they are self sufficient, intelligent, and good companions. The first reason I think that cats make the perfect pet is because they are…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Pet Dogs

    been amazing pets, are put down because people do not adopt when looking for a pet. While some will think that obtaining the loyal companionship a pet offers through a breeder is conflict-free, they are wrong. While there may be some conflict-free breeders, there are many, many, many, breeders who neglect and abuse their breeding dogs and their puppies. Many of the states in our country have no legal regulations for the breeders to follow when it come to the care of their dogs. Most of those…

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