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    German Shepherd Dog Essay

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    A heroic story told on dog guide.net in the year 2000 on August fourteenth created through KidzSource tells the story of a German shepherd dog who saves the lives of her beloved family. “Shelby became the 45th Skippy Dog Hero of the Year for saving two adults and two children from carbon monoxide poisoning. The dog (with her keen sense of smell) was the first to detect the rising C0 levels while the rest of the family was asleep, nudging each of them out of their sleep and refused to stop barking, scratching, and whining until the family was safely outside. Luckily, each family member was treated at a nearby hospital and made a full recovery”. Today I will be talking about the German Shepherd dog breed. The origin of this breed dates back…

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    5-Year-Old Dog Speech

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    5-year-old German Shepard is not as active as he has once been. Of course he 's getting older, we all are, but something isn 't right with him. It isn 't that same energetic pup who was excited to greet you at the door, bark at the delivery guy, and chase squirrels through the window. He 's starting to move slower, doesn 't really bother following you around when you 're having a snack for yourself, and his stride isn 't as proud as it has once been. Even though you figure it is just his old…

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    Canine Olfactory-Shepherd

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    perception has not been studied amid many researchers, but is assumed to play a role in both dog breed and experience. Tacher, Robin, Rooney, Bradshaw, Adamkiewicz, and Jezierski conducted studies on breed differences in scent detection capabilities, but did not include an adequate amount of evidence. Researchers Nathaniel Hall, Kelsey Glenn, David Smith, and Clive Wynne then came along to study dog breeds’ olfactory discrimination performance. Pugs, German shepherds, and greyhounds were…

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    Pastoral Roles

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    we can take away that one pastoral role could be a friend. A friend is someone who is always honest with you, is always real and genuine with you, and is someone who can care and be there for you. I think from the characteristic named Tony is more than just a guy that preaches every Sunday, to the people in this congregation, he is a friend. Another think I noticed from the words listed, is that a lot of people named things such as shepherd, leader, warrior, teacher, and wise, to emphasize…

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    K-9 Dogs Research Papers

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    bunch of dogs that have been taught good tricks that are silly. However, the dogs that make up the K-9 unit have a lot of rich history that has changed the lives of many communities. These dogs have saved people’s lives in combat and in searching for some of the worst criminals that the world have known. The K-9’s are also thought to be man’s best friend because they truly are the reason for why people feel so safe within a large community. These dogs also happen to be the reason why the police…

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    Puppy Mill Case Study

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    health problems can be diseases. Diseases is a big problem in puppy mills because of its unclean environment. Also, they can have injuries that have not been treated properly, which can eventually even lead to death. Additionally, in the breeding stock many problems can occur. These problems range from blood diseases to neurological disorders. As I have seen with my dog, she has many neurological disorders from coming from this environment. She has no peripheral vision and exhibits a lot of…

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    Great Dane Research Paper

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    Great Dane is one of the world's tallest domestic dog breeds with heights that range from 28 to 44 inches at the shoulders. The breed has held the title of the tallest dog breed since early 2000. The Great Danes weight ranges from 120 pounds to well over 200. Great Danes grow quickly, most reaching full height at 1 year of age, and fill out to their full weight at a year and a half. The dog’s lifespan is between 5-8 years. Great Danes naturally have floppy triangle shaped ears, that are…

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    the German Shepherd is an “all-purpose” service dog. They are generally large in size, swift, intelligent, and powerful. The ancestry of the German Shepherd, much like that of many canines, was originated from “herding and farm dogs.” The association of the German Shepherd to man was comradeship and service. German Shepherds are known for their “loyalty, courage, and ability to assimilate…” The successful training of this canine should yield well-ordered manners and control of anticipations. As…

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    Military War Dog Essay

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    about the dogs who help bring our men home and fight right beside the men and women. Dogs do so much but they don't get thank but, they don't care. They love us no matter what. Did you know that there is over 24 type of us military war dog this will be about the type of dogs of war The most recognisable dog used the german shepherd The german shepherd is the most useful because of how smart they are and loyal german. 1 We should keep using war dog in our army for these reasons War dogs can…

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    Shepherd Research Paper

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    intelligence, dog is one of those animals that human has always love to have. The relationship between men and dogs goes back to that era when human not even became civilized. They were used by men to safeguard them and their pets from wild animals. They also used for hunting purposes. The habit of quick learning keeps it apart from any other animal. They have very good smelling and sensing capability and this is why they are used for searching and identification in criminal investigation by…

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