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    Raise a Safe Dog By Kelly Marshall Jun 23, 2012 You want your dog to be one that does not bite people or other dogs and is safe for anyone to be around, don't you? Of course you do, especially if we are talking about your family pet. So how do you raise a safe dog? Read on to find the answer to this question... If you train a dog correctly to have manners then the biting will not be an issue. This can be done by not letting the dog bite anyone or another animal even in play. From an early age…

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    Dog parks belong in every city. Considering the amount of dogs in the United States, most citizens should find it greatly troubling for our dogs not to have a place to play, socialize, and release energy.The majority of taxpayers wouldn't mind funding dog parks anyways, especially having been informed of the several benefits that not just dogs, but people, receive as well. A dog park would instantly brighten up any city. Sidewalk traffic would quickly be less congested. In urban areas,…

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    Bring Your Dog To Work

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    Both articles make good arguements and state alot of good things about the situation.Both writers say their thoughts on this subject about bringing your dogs to work.They both say good things and make perfect statements on why it would be a good idea and why it would not. Writer in article one says that bringing your dog to work would be a good thing.The writer says it would lower peoples stress and make them focus more on their job because they would'nt have to worry on their dogs or rush…

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    Call of the Wild In the book The call of the wild, Buck must face that his new life in the wilderness is kill or be killed which he has to do throughout the entire book. First, Buck learns how to survive (what happens if you don’t kill). For example as soon as Buck gets there the white dog Spitz and another dog Curly are in a fight and Spitz ends up killing Curly.There are many dog fights and as soon as the dog loses its balance and goes down all the dogs go in and start eating the dog.…

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    survive through the harshest of winters, he wasn’t fit to survive. In the novel The Call of the Wild by Jack London, One of the main characters is a saint bernard scotch-shepherd called Buck, he is a domesticated, loyal companion that becomes a wild wolf-dog. London uses the Yukon Gold Rush as the setting in the adventure story that brings man and dog closer than pulls than apart in the Yukon while trying to be fit to survive. The theme of the survival of the fittest is expressed many times by…

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    Hugh Glass Journey

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    Survival, the only reason we are here on this treacherous planet we inhabit. Survival can be the simplest task, or the most arduous struggle. Everyone has their own experience that entails them against the world, in a battle for their lives. There is no other man that knows this more than Hugh Glass. Hugh Glass was a nineteenth century frontiers men; who while searching for food was attacked by a mother grizzly bear protecting her cubs. Desperately trying to reach for his firearm, however he…

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    Now, thanks to severe winter weather, they're starving - and leaving the park searching for food. The starvation of bison is not an accident of nature but the intended consequence of a disastrous National Park Service policy. Yellowstone's wildlife hubbub began early in this century, when overly zealous protection by park managers allowed elk and bison populations to explode. Each winter, thousands of elk fled the park to be shot by hunters at the boundary at a place known by 1910 as the…

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    In Jack London’s classic book The Call of the wild a major theme is kill or be killed. In the Beginning of the book, it is kill or be killed. First, Buck goes two days and nights without eating or drinking while being transported north, foreshadowing his toughness. Buck witnesses curly die. For example, curly loses a fight with a husky and is brutally slaughtered by the encircled group of huskies eagerly watching the fight. Sense buck witnesses curly’s death he learns the law of fang. Dolly…

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    Canine Training

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    A brief into the Institute of Canine Sciences The institute of canine sciences mainly known to people as the ICS is a membership kind of organization which is dedicated to offer full development and support to the professionals related to the canine industry. This organization, The Institute of Canine Sciences with the URL: instituteofcaninesciences.com or www.instituteofcaninesciences.com gives full support to the canine service community which includes the likes of dog walkers, dog sitters,…

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    Many people have different opinions in the world. If it was my opinion I would say all servicemen and women should be able to keep the dogs they have trained. Many servicemen and women have made great connections with the dogs. Also they might have been working together for a while. There are also many other reasons why I think they should be able to keep their dogs. One reason why I say yes is because the servicemen or women may have made great connections with the dogs. If they were with the…

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