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    The Stranger essay Are people evil or their behaviors evil? I believe people actions make them evil,because everyone is born the same. Even though we might have different backgrounds you can still be an evil person whether you’re rich or poor. People are made evil with what others do to them or make them do . Meursault shows that he is not evil when he tries to help Salemon find his lost dog ,by telling Salemon to look in the dog pound.”The police’ll get him for sure, so I told him to go to the…

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    to breed banning is to provide adult dogs with appropriate discipline, meaning always be in control of the dog, make sure dogs are properly trained as puppies, and correct any aggression as soon as the owner notices these actions. In one study pit bulls were not assessed individually, but as a group. The study showed the entire group, in comparison to other breeds considered non dangerous, has a higher rate to show different unique behavioral traits during an attack. These behavioral traits were…

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    Pit Bulls

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    Pit bull is the common name for a type of dog. Formal breeds often considered in North America to be of the pit bull type include the American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, American Bully, and Staffordshire Bull Terrier It is a generic term often used to describe all dogs with similar traits and characteristics often known by the public as Pit Bulls. Pit Bulls have great physical and mental characteristics that make them excellent partners for responsible, active, and caring…

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    Dog Bite Statue Case Study

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    The Illinois ‘Dog Bite Statue’ states the following: “If a dog or other animal, without provocation, attacks or injures any person who is peaceable conducting himself in any place where he may lawfully be, the owner of such a dog or other animal is liable in damages to such person for the full amount of the injury sustained” According to this statue and in the case of Beckert v. Risberg, four elements were laid down to decide the liability of the defendant: 1. Injury was caused by the dog owned…

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    Majority of the people think of wolves as carnivorous, ferocious and savage animals. Any person who has been able to catch a glimpse of any type of wolf will surely run for their lives since they are known for being one of the most vicious and blood-thirsty animals. Moreover, Animal Corner (2005) stated that wolves have indeed upright ears, sharp teeth, pointed muzzles, inquiring eyes and other facial features that instantly convey this personality. However, the reality is that wolves are…

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    Pros And Cons Of Pitbull

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    One organization supporting the APBT ban, DogsBite.org, is quoted as saying “unpredictability of aggression” (Pit Bull Myths 1) is a breed standard. The author later goes on to say that “the breed frequently attacks without provocation or warning” (1). The organization is claiming that APBTs are dangerous, aggressive, and unpredictable. Despite these powerful accusations…

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    The Misunderstood Pit Bull Did you know if your Pit Bull is vicious it could be your fault? In my opinion, Pit Bulls are superior dogs and make great pets! They’re misunderstood, great with kids, family dog, military dog, multitalented, have low grooming requirements, easy to train, and have a satisfying smile! To begin with, Pit Bulls are misunderstood! According to Source #4, the story titled “The Media and the Pit Bull”, it states that if an attack of a dog occurs, the news reporters often…

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    PITBULLS Pitbulls, everyone's heard of them, right? The big block headed, stumpy, mean dog that you should avoid any chance you get, yeah, them. How much do you really know about them? What makes them so mean and why do you need to avoid them? Well, believe it or not, they’re actually not all mean and if you're given the chance you really shouldn't avoid them. What is a pitbull? There really is no technical definition of a pitbull, Dr. Victoria Vioth and her team have found in recent…

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    “While the pit bull does indeed possess a feisty and spirited character, the history of the breed reveals a much more complex tapestry of temperament and personality”. Pitbulls need a lot of play and they chew up anything that u give them so get a lot of toys. They think they are one big lap dog. They love kids very much. Pitbulls need to live where there is space but the can live in little space to but it is harder because they don't get enough exercise. Where most pit bulls come from that are…

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    Scuffing: The False Skin

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    The scruff is the loose skin presents behind the animal’s neck. Grasping an animal by the scruff of its neck promotes submissive behaviour. This is natural behaviour that is learned by kittens and pups during the neonatal period. Scuffing is used by mother to pick up her babies. As the youngster is lifted off the ground, it automatically becomes limp and appears immobilised as it is being carried. As the animal ages, he will continue to be submissive when held by scruff. Scuffing is…

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