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    Pet Spayed Research Paper

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    Lynch 1 Dalyssa Lynch Mr. Bernhardt English Composition 1 14 October 2015 Why Should You Get Your Pets Spayed? Do you have a dog? Maybe his name is Mr. Whiskers and every time you take him for a walk he sniffs every possible thing there is to smell, even though you have assured him many times that all rocks smell the same. Imagine Mr. Whiskers living under a bridge cold, alone and hungry. Pet owners everywhere are unaware that there is a huge over population of pets causing many to live on the streets starving or waiting in a shelter to be put down. “It’s impossible to determine how many stray dogs and cats live in the United States, estimates for cats alone range up to seventy million.” (ASPCA) The amount of homeless pets would drop drastically if every pet owner had their pets spayed or neutered, which is a simple solution to over population. “The cost of spaying or neutering a pet is less than the cost of raising puppies or kittens for a year. The cost of spaying or neutering a pet is less than the cost of raising puppies or kittens for a year.” So, if you can’t afford to raise four to six puppies or kittens for a year or more, you can afford to have your pet spayed. The health and wellbeing of a pet should be a high priority of a pet owner. So, after knowing that having your pet spayed not only removes the risk of pregnancy but also makes your pet healthier and live longer it should be an easy choice. For example “It helps to reduce companion animal…

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    well for instance neutering your pet helps lower the chance of testicular cancer (Hen Corrine). Or spaying helps lower the chance of your pet getting dangerous uterine disease (Hen Corrine). There are also social and behavioral problems that may get better. Of course it also depends on your pet but spaying and neutering helps. Certain problems it could help fix or keep under control are aggressive behavior, spraying, and females it could help them stop from barking when they are in heat. “No…

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    Spay Persuasive Speech

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    Lynch 1 Dalyssa Lynch Mr. Bernhardt English Composition 1 10/PUT DATE/2015 Why Should You Get Your Pets Spayed? Do you have a dog? Maybe his names Mr.Wiskers and every time you take him for a walk he sniffs every possible thing there is to smell; even though you’ve assured him many times that all rocks smell the same. Imagine Mr.Wiskers living under a bridge cold alone and hungry. Pet owners everywhere are unaware that there is a huge over population of pets; causing many to live on the…

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    Heifer Case Study

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    A method of estrus synchronization is the use of progestin, which can include vaginal implants or oral products, which will trigger the estrous cycle in cows and heifers (Rasby & Deutscher 2016). The treatment, which will inhibit estrus and therefore ovulation for up to 14 days, is often followed by the introduction of prostaglandin or gonadotrophins (Mallory et al. 2010; Powell et al. 2012). The use of progestin while synching a herd is recommended if many of the animals will be anestrus as…

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    From Beginning to End and Back Again: An Analysis of Cycles in Bei Dao’s ‘At the Sky’s Edge’ At the end of Süskind’s Perfume, Grenouille realizes how much he actually hates people and decides to return to Paris where he allows himself to be torn to pieces and consumed by those drawn to his perfume. Grenouille was born to a fishwife that left him and many other illegitimate infants die, but unfortunately Grenouille was rescued and lived a life void of love and emotion. Grenouille turned out to…

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    The author Rana Foroohar wrote the article “What Ever Happened to Upward Mobility?” which was published in the New York Times on November 14, 2011. This article can be divided into seven sections. In the introduction, the author states how hard it is for Americans to climb the ladder of success. In the second section, the author explains that America is no longer the leading country of opportunity. It’s in such critical state that there is only a 17% chance for people born in 1970 to move from…

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    These include economic changes, labor markets, technology, government laws and regulations and the marketplace. The economic changes that include the business cycle of recessions, inflation, attitudes of workers, staff morale, and economic downturn have the likelihood of hindering the progress of the organization. The labour markets are always characterized by fluctuations that make it necessary for organizational change to be initiated. The employees have education, training, talents, and…

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    Family History

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    Family history is a key factor to understanding relative’s pasts, and most importantly, learning the things that family members have experienced and trials they have overcame. Family history has always intrigued me, as I want to know more about the times of the past and how my relatives grew up. As the world suffers today from instability and financial problems, I began to wonder what exactly it was like to grow up in the 1930’s during the Great Depression. This spark of thought made me relate…

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    Menstruation In Women

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    go into detail about when a girl can expect to have her first menstrual period and what changes the body might go through during this time. After this, there are details about the specifics of periods, things that women themselves may not even know. These details pertain to what happens to different parts of the female reproductive system during menstruation. The first topic is that of the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Ovarian Axis. This involves many of the hormonal change in the body during the…

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    I will be able to employ a range of instructional strategies such as partner and group discussions, modeling of the water cycle, demonstrative models which allow for visual representation, and different forms of analysis. Throughout the lesson the students will learn about the key concepts of the water cycle, how these concepts relate to one another, and identify examples of each. They will use their prior knowledge to understand the cycle of water and then create their own tactile model of…

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