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  • Smartest Dog Breed Essay

    Top 6 Smartest Dog Breeds Are you looking to grow your family by welcoming a four-pawed friend in your home? More than just the size, looks and personality, it is also very important to consider the breed’s intelligence level in deciding what dog to get for your household. Intelligence plays a big factor in a dog’s ability to learn commands, as well as its capability to perform the tasks consistently and how well it responds to training. Here are some of the smartest dog breeds that you should consider: 1. Australian Cattle Dog Bred for herding purposes, the Australian Cattle Dog is a courageous and hardworking dog. It is also very intelligent and energetic. As such, it requires a good deal of mental and physical exercise to keep it properly…

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  • Dog Owners Should Not Be Breed Banned

    their own personality, responses, and temperament. Breed specific legislation, or breed banning is an ordinance passed by local government basically banning a specific breed or group of breeds of dogs that are considered dangerous. I strongly believe that banning specific dog breeds is not an effective way for keeping the public safe from dog bites or attacks. The ban does not notice differences in each dog 's temperament, or behavior displayed by individual dogs, but instead groups all dogs of…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Don T Bully My Breed

    Don’t Bully My Breed “Don’t bully my breed” is a rallying cry currently being used by animal rights activist to advocate for the end of breed discrimination against Pit Bulls and pit bull types. It is critical to understand what a Pit Bull is and what a pit bull type may be. Pit Bulls are known by two official breed names, the American Pit Bull Terrier or APBT, and as the American Staffordshire Terrier or Amstaff. These dogs are described in the Original Dog Bible as medium build dogs that are…

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  • Dear Miss Breed

    Nazi regime — Anne attempts to have a positive attitude no matter what the circumstances. She fought for her own life and for her loved ones’ lives, and her mental strength is one reason why she made it as long as she did. If she hadn’t looked on the bright side, despite her bleak situation, she would've never had the faith or will to survive. Additionally, in Dear Miss Breed…

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  • With The Old Breed Analysis

    Sledge composes a personal description of marine battle operations during World War II and what exactly occurred in his book titled “With the Old Breed.” The book strategically begins with Sledge's training while in the marines and allows the audience to visualize his training throughout boot camp and marine school. Sledge consistently looks back on his days in war and places a deliberate emphasis on the mental and moral corruption of warfare and the oppression it brought to the troops and the…

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  • With The Old Breed Summary

    Individually we are one drop, but together we are an ocean. This is a saying that the Marines actually lived by. They grew to become a family that no man could tear apart. In this book, With the Old Breed, it gives the definition of hard work and teamwork. There has never been more courage and bravery shown than the actions of the Marines during such a time of need. “I enlisted in the Marine Corps on 3 December 1942 at Marion...But prompted by a deep feeling of uneasiness that the war might end…

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  • Comparing Three Horse Breeds

    always mix up horse breeds, dog breeds, cat breeds, and many other animal breeds. This essay is comparing three horse breeds that are mixed up all the time: the Shire, the Percheron, and the Clydesdale. The following paragraphs will compare features, their uses, and where the breeds originated. The horses are usually mixed up because people don't know a whole lot about them. They only know that they're horses, they're big, and the general look of them. As it was mentioned before, these horses…

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  • Breed Specific Legislation Essay

    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 fatal dog attacks in the USA annually. Each year, more than 350,000 dog bite victims are seen in emergency rooms, and approximately 850,000 victims receive medical attention for dog bites. With dog attacks being such a big problem, various legislation has been enacted worldwide in an attempt to control the problem. In recent years, breed specific…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Selective Breeding

    the animals that have the most desirable characteristics from, like livestock. Humans and not the environment are choosing the most desirable characteristics. Selective breeding is the process of selecting a breeding species of an animal based on specific traits that a breeder wants to reproduce in the offspring. It is carried out by mating animals with desired characteristics or traits to produce offspring in which the traits are more dominant, according to Encyclopedia Britannica. There are…

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  • Half Breed Drive: A Narrative Analysis

    A dirt road called Half Breed Drive stretches out of Auburn, Nebraska for just a few miles, through endless cornfields, past a single mailbox. But its history runs deep, with an origin story stretching back 185 years, long before Nebraska was a state, or even a territory. This road traces the top of the western boundary of the Half-Breed Tract, a failed reservation for people rooted in two cultures but welcome in neither. The story that follows only amounts to pieces that I’ve stitched…

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