Doberman Pinscher

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  • Just Walk On By Brent Staples Summary

    (Staples, 1) Brent had many encounters where he did not feel comfortable, with making others feel uncomfortable. The one interaction that bothered Brent was when, “ people who crossed to the other side of the street rather than pass me.” (Staples, 1) Even where Brent worked he was belittled with the color of his skin. Brent was running a little late and with his “ deadline story in hand, I was mistaken for a burglar. The office manager called security” (Staples, 2) Another time while Brent was waiting for an interview for work, he had some time to kill and decided to visit “a jewelry store on the city’s affluent Near North Side. The proprietor excused herself and returned with an enormous red Doberman pinscher straining at the end of a leash. “ (Staples, 2) Brent counties she got the pinscher, to ensure he did not steal anything, due to his thug appeal. Brent ends his essay with stating the only way he did not seem to be a thug was to home classical showtunes. This made Brent seem more friendly to the other surrounding him. “ Virtually everybody seems to sense that a mugger wouldn’t be warbling bright, sunny selections from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons.” ( Staples, 3) Why is it that just because of a person 's skin, we all think it is ok to patronise them. Brent 's essay really portrayed a strong message to me. Brent really describes the perspective that we all miss. When we bully people just because of their appearances we do not take into consideration their feelings at all.…

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  • Miniature Pinscher Essay

    Miniature Pinschers are often called the King of Toys because of their love of chasing. First seen in the 1700’s Miniature Pinschers grew to popularity in the United States in the mid-1900’s. Miniature Pinschers are one of the best pets for families of all sizes. The Miniature Pinscher is a breed of dog on its own, it is commonly referred to as the Min Pin. Although many people believe they are descended from the Doberman Pinscher they were known long before Dobermans. Their ancestors include…

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  • Why Are Pitbulls Misunderstood

    The question is why are Pitbulls so misunderstood? Pitbulls are considered a “bully” breed because people can only understand what they see on TV or what they hear “through the grapevine” or what they read. Many people see ads about the humane society pulling dogs away from breeders and people who host dog fights, but what they do not see is the fear and loneliness and the heartbreak in the dog's eyes. Consequently, Pitbulls are the ones that people see in TV shows that get into fights and the…

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  • Copper Storage Disease Research Paper

    DNA marker, which is an autosomal recessive gene that can be passed down to offspring from the sire or dam . Therefore, this DNA mutation causes the liver to not excrete the excess copper and create an accumulation of copper within the body leading to copper toxicities. There are a few different breeds of canines that can be affected by the copper storage disease. The main breed in particular that is affected by this disease is the Bedlington terrier. Research actually found that Bedlington…

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  • Night Walker Analysis

    Additionally, the theme revealed that people are discriminating him not because of how he look, but because of his skin color. After that he work as a journalist, he was on assignment for a local paper and killing time before an interview. He entered a jewelry store,The store owner excused herself and returned with an Dobermans pinscher straining at the end of a leash. He thinks that his experience as a black male journalist is not worst as the other journalist he knows. “Another time I was…

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  • Dogs Used In World War I

    Dogs were used in World War I because of their excellent sense of smell, hearing, and agility. Many different types of dog breeds were used in World War I, the most popular dogs were the German Shepherd and the Dobermans Pinscher. How dogs were grouped were based on their strength, trainability, size, and intelligence. An article from bbc.com states, “Over 20,000 dogs were trained for jobs during World War I” (bbc.com, Dogs in World War I Jobs Undercovered in Records”). Casualty dogs had…

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  • The Importance Of Guide Dogs For The Blind

    calm, provided that they receive the proper training. Like the labs, German Shepherds are also revered for their intellect and energy, yet they also get plus points for their devotion and flexibility. Golden Retrievers craft their reputation for being well-known and friendly canine breeds, while boxers can also serve as ideal guide dogs thanks to their traits of loyalty, patience, and devotion. They may be the lesser known breed of guide dogs, yet Border Collies possess high levels of…

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  • 10 Best Monitor Dogs

    animals that will quite often impede threat to secure his family. Obviously, a few races are more defenseless to the preparation of watchmen than others. We display you the rundown of the 10 best monitor dog, which is the insurance of property and individuals in close-by blood! Bullmastiff This breed is known for its physical quality, guarding nature, valor and extraordinary devotion. On the off chance that you have a gatecrasher in the yard or on the homestead this is a dog who will need…

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  • Pet Adoption Persuasive Essay

    lively all because he was given a good environment and a loving family. It has been shown that a pet can help physical, emotional, and psychological ailments. The owner is happier because they a lifelong companion and one more purpose in life to take care of something that also takes care of you. Having a pet also has health benefits. By adopting an animal, it can save lives. When a pet is adopted, one pet is given a loving and happy home, and space is made for another desperate and…

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  • Animal Intelligence: What´s Dog Intelligence?

    Animal Intelligence Kelse K. Moore Dog intelligence Most dogs are abdoned at a young age due to the mother being abdoned also or the owner not wanting it. a dogs intelligence is about the same as a 2 year old child. A dog can learn (160-250) words and signals. Border Collie, Poodle, German Shepherd, Belgian breeds (Malinois, Terv etc.), the Schnauzer-Pinscher breeds including Doberman, Aussie Shepherd are some of the most…

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