American Pit Bull Terrier

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  • Pros And Cons Of Banning Pitbulls

    Banning Pit Bulls Doesn’t Solve the Problem Pit bulls are vicious animals and should not be pets, but let’s look at what they were really bred for. According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, (ASPCA) Pitbull’s were bred for bull-baiting and bear-baiting. They were bred to hold these large animals by the face in the United Kingdom. When this had become illegal in the late 1800s, people decided a new fate for these companions, which was fighting. A Pit bull was…

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  • Pit Bulls Essay

    According to the American Kennel Club, the German Shepherd is an “all-purpose” service dog. They are generally large in size, swift, intelligent, and powerful. The ancestry of the German Shepherd, much like that of many canines, was originated from “herding and farm dogs.” The association of the German Shepherd to man was comradeship and service. German Shepherds are known for their “loyalty, courage, and ability to assimilate…” The successful training of this canine should yield well-ordered…

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  • Informative Essay On Pitbull

    the American Pit Bull Terrier and other similar looking dogs. Pitbulls are often seen as very aggressive and vicious dogs. But that's the not the truth not all Pitbulls are aggressive and vicious that's just…

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  • Breed Specific Legislation Essay

    you go downstairs to find the baby and the dog together. Now imagine this toddler playing with dog. The child is yanking on the dogs ears, maybe pulling its tail, possibly even maybe trying to sit on the dogs back. Now imagine the dog is a large pit bull. What is your immediate reaction? Concern? Apprehension? Maybe even fear for the child? In todays society, a new sort of discrimination has arisen, and its maybe not what you would expect. In the past several years, there have been 30 to 35…

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  • Pit Bull Movement

    I support the Pit Bull Movement to aid in rescue and to educate people about these dogs and how loving they can be. The news and media have made these dogs look like beasts of terror when it was most likely the result of poor ownership. I want to share my story of how I came face to face with said beasts and all I got was a mountain of kisses, never ending love, and constant companionship. I grew up in a house where moving was a constant and the thought of having a dog was forbidden. My father…

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  • The Importance Of Ear Tail Docking

    Home-done ear cropping and tail docking can lead to serious misshapen extremities and infections that are even more serious. Pistol, the pit bull puppy whom the Maricopa County Animal Control rescued, or MCAC for short, had a home-done ear-cropping job. AZ Family interviewed an MCAC worker and found that the animal shelter suspects that a pair of scissors was used to carve the puppy’s ears…

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  • The Importance Of Guide Dogs For The Blind

    Don Lugo High School students have been raising and training guide dogs for their blind companions since 2014. At present, there are 19 dogs on deck to aid their blind human friends. Don Lugo High School principal Kimberly Cabrera explained that these dogs are with them on a daily basis as they go to school, public places, and school. At present, the students are set to raise 10 dogs. A daughter's inspiration to fuel the mother's mission Principal Cabrera recalled that the school's program…

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  • Petmate Barnhome 3 Pet Shelter Case Study

    Shelters offer a home-on-the-farm feel for any pet. • Barn-shaped house with textured slanted roof repels water and snow. • Solid walls prevent drafts and block blowing rain. • Raised interior floor provides greater warmth during winter months. • American made Materials Reinforced with structured foam, this plastic dog home keeps your pet cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Plastic dog shelters have many benefits. • Durable • Easy to clean • Mold and mildew resistant • Light weight…

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  • Animal Euthanasia Argumentative Essay

    Like religion and politics, the world of animal rights has its extremes: those that are charged with the care of animals and treat them horribly, and those that claim to value all furry lives, but really only accept the cutest, healthiest animals. Recently there is a new heated debate in the animal rights world: if high kill shelters should be allowed to use animal euthanasia to control animal overpopulation. In the past eight years, animal euthanasia has changed from being used only to assist…

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  • Why Is Animal Rights Important?

    even being acknowledged. The most common victims of this kind of neglect are dogs and cats. In a survey that took 1,800 cruelty cases back in 2007, over 64.5% or 1,212 cases recorded involved dogs. (25 percent of those cases involved some kind of pit bull breeds.) While 18% or (337) involved cats, and 25 percent (470) involved some other sort of animals like livestock and horses and other animals (“Animal Cruelty and Statistics”). Currently around the world the “Animal Rights Movement” is taking…

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