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  • The Negative Effects Of Puppy Mills

    Dogs are known as a man’s best friend; they are always there for you and love you unconditionally. We welcome them into our home and family and give them love and attention, which they kindly give in return. However, some people only think of dogs as a way to make profit, in a place called a puppy mill. A puppy mill is a commercial dog breeding facility where profit is placed above the well being of the dogs. Puppy mills should be illegal in the United States because of the horrendous conditions, illnesses and behavioral issues it causes, and negative environmental conditions they create. Puppy mills are notorious for overbreeding, which leads to overcrowding in these facilities and well as the pet overpopulation in the United States.…

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  • Essay On Puppy Mill

    dozens, and sometimes even several hundred dogs are kept in unimaginable conditions. They are kept in stacked, cramped wire cages, covered in their own filth. Many are sick, malnourished, never leave their cages, or even see the light of day. They have no idea what it feels like to be loved and cared for. The people running these facilities are only in it for profit and have no care for the wellbeing of the animals. The only way to stop the mass production of puppies, is to stop buying them…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Selective Breeding

    Introduction The purpose of my research paper was to define and expand on what animal inbreeding and selective breeding is in the Herpetology world. I have provided definitions of both along with the pros and cons as well. Once done, I hope you will have a clear understanding of the uniqueness of each along with the positive and negative aspects of both topics. Both topics are allowed to be very objective, subjective, or opinionated; however, in the end, inbreeding and selective breeding…

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  • Animal Care Home Analysis

    explains why they would seem to “freak out” when they noticed I was cleaning it. I also noticed a huge difference in how they act after I washed all my blankets in one day. Normally they get tired after spending a few hours roaming around and go sleep in my bed, now they avoid my bed. It is these little things that I think people are missing. During the domestication lecture I started thinking about how we breed animals for education programs. The first thing I thought of was the cheetah…

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  • Irresponsible Breeding Research Paper

    Irresponsible Breeding of our Canine Friends In this day and age of the modern and impatient, society has forsaken our most loyal companions. They have sentenced their canine friends and their lineage to a life of cages and ultimately – death. This is due to the impetuous actions of the individuals and people among society and their failure to educate themselves on how to properly care for their animals. We live in a society with an enormous census of unwanted and excessively bred animals for a…

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  • Persuasive Speech On Puppy Mill

    would walk through a yard on a snowy blizzard day. Dogs loudly barking, howling, growling, whining trying to be heard by a savior to rescue each one from the horrid abuse. Each dog that lives at a puppy mill does not live at all as most are matted with fur, covered in feces from the dog living in the cage above them, crusted eyes shut, and even diseases. Bial acknowledges that “puppy mills keep breeding dogs in overcrowded, shabby, and unsanitary cages-often rows of cages stacked on top of each…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Overpopulation Of Dogs

    litter of puppies. These innocent dogs either ended up dying or hopefully, they made it to a shelter. Consequently, it only takes two unsterilized, abandoned dogs to lead to the overpopulation of dogs. Around four million helpless dogs die each year due to the shelters overflow with homeless canines so the innocent animals must be euthanized (Sexton). Additionally, more than half of the blameless dogs in an animal shelter never become adopted so they never make it to a forever home. For example,…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Dog Adoption

    you every time you come home? Dogs are a constant companion, a loyal friend, a loving soul, but to many they have become more of a commodity than a member of our families. Every year more dogs are being abandoned, left on the streets to fend for themselves when they are no longer wanted or useful. If they are lucky dogs and puppies are taken to shelters or rehomed with a new family. Shelters, however, are not salvation, due to the overpopulation of domesticated animals there isn 't enough space…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Puppy Mills

    United States. Approximately 44.8 million American homes have at least one dog as a pet (APPMA). Roughly 90 % of puppies in pet stores come from puppy mills (PAWS). There are thousands upon thousands of homeless dogs throughout the United States who need homes. However, many people insist on purchasing a purebred, a registered puppy from a large commercial breeder or pet store rather than adopting a mixed-breed dog of unknown origins. The term “puppy mill” does not have an official or legal…

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  • Informative Essay On Dingoes

    white. It’s nose is black like most dogs and it has pointy up ears. The dingo lives in Australia and mainly lives in desserts but some live in grasslands and near forests. Dingoes often make their dens in abandoned rabbit holes. Most people know the Dingo as a native animal to only Australia similar to why people know the Kangaroo. They can rotate their paws unlike any other dog and they have the largest canine teeth. They mainly live up to 5-6 years but under human care they can live to up to…

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