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  • Spay And Neuter Your Pets Essay

    Should You Spay and Neuter Your Pets? How many offspring are cats able to have in one year? Cats are able to have three litters a year and with possibly 4 to 6 kittens per litter (Burke Connie). I know that might not sound like a lot, but theoretically a cat and her offspring are able to produce an outstanding 420,000 cats in seven years (Burke Connie). Most people have seen stray cats and dogs running around which causes an overpopulation of unwanted pets. Most of them will be euthanized and that creates a problem, but one that’s easily solved by spaying and neutering your pets. With low cost spay and neuter clinics available there’s no excuse not to fix your pet. What is spaying and neuter you may ask and why should you care? Spaying is the removal of the uterus and ovaries and neutering is the removal of the testicles. (Schroth Christie). Most people don’t realize the serious need for this surgery. From health related concerns to over population of unwanted pets. There are a variety of reasons to get your fury friends spay/neutered. What type of health benefits come from spaying your pets well studies have shown that spayed dogs and cats have shown a decreases chance of developing mammary tumors (Schroth Christie). To put that into perspective animals that don’t get spayed are 7 times more likely to get mammary tumors and that’s a tremendous difference. And for those that don’t know mammary tumors are lumps that have the potential to be cancerous so getting you animals…

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  • Analysis Of Phelps County Animal Welfare League

    Phelps County Animal Welfare League is a 501(c) 3 charitable organization operating out of Rolla, Missouri. Rolla, Missouri is a city in the South Central part of Missouri and the population was 19,5559 at the last census. PCAWL focuses on the city of Rolla, but also supports the area of Phelps County, which has a population of 45,156. Founded in 2006, PCAWL is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of dogs and cats in Phelps County, Missouri focusing on spay/neuter programs…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Volunteering For A Horse

    It all started when I was a little girl, I had always wanted a horse. So when I was 8 I started to take lessons but that only lasted for a few years, hard times hit and I wasn’t able to afford to ride anymore. I was too young to be able to help around a barn so for the time being I had to give up my love of riding and my time with horses. That was until I turned 16 and I was able to start volunteering with horses. When my parents split up and it sent me into a depression, I dreaded getting up…

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  • Tnr Pros And Cons

    Trap Neuter and Return How many time have you been driving through town only to see several stray cats. From small towns to big cities, stray and feral cats seem to be a problem. How can people fix it without killing them. One option is Trap, Neuter, Return, or TNR. TNR is a humane program to save feral and stray cats. TNR is effective it is the most humane and safe way to deal with stray and feral cats. Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) saves cats lives. When one brings a feral or stray cat into a vet…

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  • The Effects Of Animal Overpopulation

    The animal problem in Caldwell County is euthanization. Too many cats and dogs are being killed because of animal overpopulation. Numbers have been declining since 2011, but in 2013 still 2,902 animals were euthanized. The Caldwell County Animal Shelter is a contributor to this problem. To solve the problem of innocent animals being put down, a no-kill policy should be enforced. This includes ending euthanization and preventing animal overpopulation. Stopping the euthanization in the shelter…

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  • Essay On Pain Management

    and handlers, treatment of injury and disease, production of desired products, and identification are all reasons. Procedures such as castration, tail docking, clipping of needle teeth, and ear notching/tagging have all been recognized as painful procedures in the swine industry. Many people are now asking, “If these procedures are painful to the animals, why are we using them?” Well, the following paragraphs will explain four scientific studies on management of painful procedures on piglets.…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Sex Offenders

    amount of underage children being raped or molested? Would you consider my proposal? If so, other policies have to change in order to make this policy more beneficial. Suggestion: Sex offenders volunteering for castrations. So far California has had 15 repeated sex offenders who opt to have the surgical procedure, and Alabama State lawmakers want to make this a permanent policy that punishes sex offenders. Representative: Steve Hurst, Alabama State House has stated “I had people call me in…

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  • Computationally Validation Of Transcriptional Drivers And Therapeutic Combinations In CRPC

    genes are essential for drug-resistance. Computationally inferred drug combinations will be validated for their effect on MRs’ activity and ability to govern drug resistance and tumorigenicity. Furthermore, inferred drug combinations will be analyzed using RNA sequencing of treated tumors for their synergistic action and potential benefits for patients with castration-resistant prostate cancer. Approach…

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  • Essay On Homeless Courts

    Homeless courts are different because they are used to resolving unsettled misdemeanor warrants as opposed to processing new criminal offenses. The purpose of establishing homeless courts are: 1) most homeless people are fine with continuing being homeless and do not want to participate in the justice system. 2) Most of the homeless population do not have the means to meet the requirements related to their criminal sentence such as paying a fine or showing up to court. –Chapter 8 Page 201 I.…

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  • Dali's The Great Masturbator

    Venus’s penis, the woman’s bloody handkerchief. Both women are masturbating- Venus’s large hand and the woman’s finger in her vaginal opening. Both men is interacting with his female counterpart. Both men have a sea symbol- the anchor and the net. Next, Dali represents his connection to castration anxiety, as revealed in the couples in a subtle multiplication located in the images surging from the ‘lacerated body’, specifically the grasshopper, face and hand. The grasshopper represents his…

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