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  • Putney Mountain Adventure Story

    Having lived his entire life in the house on the outskirts of Howardsville, forty miles southwest of Charleston, West Virginia in the Allegheny Mountains, being family with the area, Ernest Cassidy knew the town’s secrets. Along with the unusual activities on Putney Mountain and above all the screams heard in the day time and the bright lights at night, which were seen by the people living in the nearby tract homes. Since they were afraid of the old man, no one dared to explore the mountains.…

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  • Skunks Research Paper

    There are eleven different types of species of these types of mammals. All skunks do have a stripe running from their forehead to the end of their tail. Skunks usually spray predators with their gross smell for them to go away. Some people wonder if the skunks can actually smell their own smell. The answer is yes. From some resources, some skunks are nose blind and others are not. The skunks who are not nose blind tend to either sneeze or dig their noses in the ground to not smell their spray.…

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  • Brief Summary Of Chapter 17 Of Homer's Odyssey

    Chapter 17 begins with Telemachus tending to his mother, Penelope and then giving orders to the swine-herd to bring the “beggar” or Odysseus into town. Meanwhile in back in the palace Penelope, who is gracious to see her son alive, asks of the status of Odysseus but Telemachus instead avoids the questions and demands that his mother bathes and prepare herself. Then as the suitors begin to file into the palace, Penelope then questions her son once again about what Telemachus has learned during…

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  • Pitbulls

    breed itself, but rather our society. Pit Bulls are classified as working dogs; however, they’ve historically been raised by their owners to be aggressive, fighting dogs. This supports the concept that Pit Bulls, just like humans, are products of their environment and their upbringing. If a dog, regardless of the breed, is brought up in a neglectful, violent environment by an inattentive owner, it is no surprise that the dog will likely be aggressive--further fueling the stereotype that Pit…

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  • Little Penguins Research Paper

    Dogs and birds don't mix. I mean who hasn't seen their beloved pet turn into a hellhound, when allowed to run off leash, to race down the beach in hot pursuit of seagulls? An innovative conservation program uses sheepdogs to solve a modern problem In southern Australia, a sturdy breed of sheepdog known as the Maremma sheepdog is hard at work guarding the Little penguins of Middle Island. So how did this unlikely animal kingdom alliance come about? In the mid-1990s, the beach town of…

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  • Puppy Panic Research Paper

    Puppy Panic: How Do You Choose The Best Breeder? The breeder you choose to get your puppy from is just as important as the breed you choose for your family. Don't take chances on these important decisions and don't go into puppy panic - here's some help on how to choose a breeder that stands head, shoulders and tail above the rest. Why It's So Important To Find A Great Breeder You want your new puppy to come from a healthy, trustworthy line, but you also want a puppy who has been adequately…

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  • Spay And Neuter Your Pets Essay

    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…

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  • Daisy And Myrtle Compare And Contrast Essay

    want to get one of those dogs,’ she said earnestly. ‘I want to get one for the apartment. They’re nice to have—a dog.’” Myrtle decides to purchase a dog for her apartment, an apartment that she rarely lives in. It is unknown what she plans to do with the dog while she cannot care for it but it is abundantly clear that she has worries about what will happen to the animal. She did not want the dog in order to play with it or to save it from harm. Myrtle only wanted the dog because it cost money…

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  • Puppyhood Commercial Analysis

    Puppyhood was a fantastic commercial but I think the advertisement was not effective for the Purina Puppy Chow. They had over a three minute commercial and only showed the product a few times. The commercial was focused more on the man and the puppy than the product they were trying to sell. It excelled in using pathos, but not ethos and logos. The commercial will stick with me for a long time but not because of the product. Puppyhood lacked the actual product, which was a big problem in the…

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  • The Revenant Poem Analysis

    The worst dog is better than the best cat. The country Agrees with me. “Dog lovers, rejoice. A new poll by Public Policy Polling (PPP) found that more than half of American voters, or 52%, prefer dogs to just 21% who choose cats.” (Subramanian) The poems I chose were “The Revenant” by Billy Collins and “Felines of Heaven” by Fred Chappell. The first poem being a comedic poem about how the most adoring creature on the planet (canines) really detest our guts. Then again the second sonnet is for…

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