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    Animal Shelter Observation

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    are taken to a shelter to give up for adoption, that’s where my curiosity started and I wanted to investigate more about it . An Animal Shelter can also be known as a pound, regardless that’s where a lot of animals whether they are hurt or not are taken care of. When I think about Animal Shelter I think of that commercial on t.v that puts sad music and seeing all the animals sad and neglected by everyone. Stepping into an Animal Shelter can be very heart breaking. The first thing you can hear are dogs whining, barking, and other animals calling for attention…

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    are now seeing posts on social media that cry out for our help to end the euthanizing of dogs and cats in shelters in the nation. A specific post may come to mind; the one where euthanizing dogs are lined up in the hallway of a shelter, those dogs being the ones euthanized only that day. Earlier this month, a lady by the name of Vanessa took her female pit bull, Patty, to the Petersburg, VA Animal Shelter hoping to help give her dog a better life by the possibility of adoption or the shelter…

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    Persuasive Animal Shelter

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    Each year 2.7 million animals are put down in shelters, because nobody adopts them or they have something wrong with them that the shelter can't afford. Have you ever gone with the "adopt don't shop" method? There are many benefits when it comes to adopting an animal from the shelter. More than likely, if you get a puppy from a pet store they are from a puppy mill. Which is a dog farm that breeds dogs constantly. That is why I believe that you should adopt animals from shelters, and not purchase…

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    In the future, decisions to acquire an animal may arise. Bringing home a loving pet has two options adoption from a shelter or rescue, or purchasing an animal from a breeder or a pet shop. Although a breeder may have plenty of purebreds, adopting should be the preferred option. When one chooses a specific animal like a cat or dog from a shelter, information about the chosen animal may not be known prior to adopting, like the breed and unknown health problems. Saving the life of an animal from a…

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    variation of studies have been conducted to show the rise if unadopted animals, and over- crowding in animal shelters. One author writes about how despite the workers best intentions most animals do not get adopted Turner, Berry, and MacDonald (2012). However, Fournier (2004) suggest animals show human like behaviors and with training humans will be more likely to adopt sheltered animals. Therefor, preventing a further surplus in unadopted animals. Belpedio (2010) shows studies how animals…

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    Do you have a dog? Do you love your dog just like he’s the member of your family? At the animal shelter we look at every dog and cat the same as you look at your dog and cat. But at this point in time, the animal shelter is having a shortage of food and other supplies to keep the animals alive and well. One reason why we need the community to make donations to our cause is without the animal shelter the animals who have been hurt or beaten or starved would have nowhere to go to make sure they…

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    you like animals? The animal shelter is running dangerously low on food and other supplies they need to take care of its animals. Volunteers at the shelter are very worried about what will happen to the animals if the shelter runs out of supplies. Would you please help by giving money, supplies that we need. If the animals do not get there food they will starve and get really sickly looking and no one will want them. The terms “humane society” and “SPCA” are generic; shelters using those names…

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    The role of a Animal Health Technician in a shelter The animal health team and that of the adoption/foster home services are often called upon to work together. To better understand the role of an AHT in a shelter, here is a brief description of the job and duties. Animal Vaccination Every animal that arrives at the shelter must be examined by an AHT, if the animal’s behaviour allows it. The examination takes place preferably on the day of arrival, but on busy days it can be delayed.…

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    Community Service at AWSOM Animal Shelter Volunteering at an animal shelter can get messy fast. Between muddy paws, spilled food, and stray animals, there is always something to do. Over the summer I was able to give my time to the AWSOM animal shelter and help homeless animals. I learned a lot about AWSOM’s history and how it came to be. Also, I was able to experience and help with a multitude of activities and see firsthand how many unwanted pets there truly are. Throughout my time…

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    abandoned animal, without taking it home? How does an animal shelter worker find that forever place for these homeless animals? A day in the life of a animal shelter worker is nothing but hard work between dealing with the animals, adoption and adoption failures, funding, and the emotional impact brought on and taken home. Playdates with the other dogs to practice good social behaviors. The decision to make the shelter a traditional open admission shelter or no-kill shelter takes play as well.…

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