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    1} Within both of the passages there are things I agree with. There are good things to bringing your dog to work, but then again there are bad things as well. Both passages made very good points, but this is how I feel about it. 2} In response to the first passage I agree, I do think people should be a loud to bring there dog to work, whatever the reason may be, for example: if your dog is a service dog and you need to have it with you, or if being away from your dog worries you. That is your buisness, not anyone elses'. If your dog is a sevice dog, and you know it will help you work better than take it with you. I agree that people with dogs that they leave at home, need to finish as quickly as possible to go tend to them, if they are there…

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    Dog Service Dog

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    In 2014, the Royal Dutch Guide Dog Foundation (KNGF) published an award winning commercial advocating the use of service dogs for veterans with post traumatic stress disorder. The advertisement, while being aimed towards those who might have someone in their lives PTSD, lends itself to a larger audience through its strong use of pathos and ethos. By using images with connotations that are universally familiar, it tries to evoke a strong sense of sympathy and emotion in a wide range of people.…

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    Evolution of the dog Evolution is the process of which an animal will change and develop to adapt to better suit its environment over many generations. The dog has evolved from the wolf mainly from domestication but all in different ways. Dogs have been bred and domesticated to fulfil different purposes for example a terrier has been breed to hunt small rodents hence their size and agility, however the great dane was breed to hunt larger animals like boars. This is done by artificial selection…

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    Another great service dog that improves the lives of others who suffer from Diabetes are diabetic alert dogs. These dogs are trained to inform diabetics when blood sugars are low or high. They can also detect when the blood sugars are going to drop, this allows them to fix it before harm can come to them. When diabetics have low blood sugar they will have a hard time using their motor skills. This requires them to get up to get something to bring their sugar up and if they can't it will cause…

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    Evolution Of Dogs

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    1. This research paper is a report on the evolution of the taxonomic group of dogs. This information will be displayed in a variety of ways and will explain the different aspects of dogs evolutionary process, as well as their biodiversity in their environment. To begin, dogs are in the phylum Chordata, and the class Mammalia. Within the phylum group Chordata is all humans and animals with a backbone. There are four main distinguishing features of the animals in the Chordata phylum: A dorsal,…

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    Blastomycosis In Dogs

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    Blastomycosis in Dogs Jaime Green Volunteer State Community College 15 April 2017 Blastomycosis, also known as North American Blastomycosis and Gilchrist’s Disease in humans, is a fungal infection caused by the organism Blastomyces Dermatitidis. This fungus occurs naturally in North America and infections are most often seen in geographic areas located near water, such as Ohio, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Missouri river basins. This systemic yeast like fungal infection occurs…

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    By our sides, dogs have been around for centuries. The relationship between dogs and humans has changed over time. Dogs have changed over time because they have become pets. Dogs have become pets and joined many families around the world. Wolves evolutionized into dogs and became close to humans. Wolves would snack on human leftovers from meals and this caused for the pups that were born to be used to eating human food. At one time in the time, dogs were workers for humans and were not allowed…

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    This story is all about the time my eye got scratched, by a dog! Okay so let's back it up and start at the beginning of the day. I remember that specific morning was Thanksgiving day of either 2008 or 2009. I don't remember much about the morning but I can recall my mom talking on the phone a bit, then coming out and dressing my sister and I. We were still young and couldn’t properly pick our clothes out, especially since this was a special occasion. My mom knew this lady and they were good…

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    Traumas In Dogs

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    As they age, it’s common for dogs to develop a number of health issues, including constant discomfort and pain due to arthritis. Thanks to the marijuana-infused edibles and treats from Sunrise Solutions, you now have an alternative to conventional medicines. The leading medical marijuana center in Bailey, CO, encourages using marijuana-based dog treats to save your pets from the harsh side-effects of chemically enhanced treatments. To help relieve the chronic pain arthritic dogs suffer from, the…

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    Dog Trainer

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    The two authors argue two sides of the topic of dogs being “educationally” smart. One, as a dog trainer, solely believed that dogs are in fact educated and are smart. The other, however argues that it is the human’s delusion, and dogs are not as smart as we view them. Regardless of the two opinions, the authors use many different ways to convince the readers to lean toward their opinion. These include, factual evidence, credibility, sources, etc. The dog trainer used forms of opinion based…

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