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    Are there days when you come home feeling lonely and tired from a long stressful day at work or school and have absolutely nothing to look forward to? Some may say that having a dog, whether it is big, small, cuddly, furry, or active, can provides the unconditional love and companionship that you need every day. According to 2012 U.S Pet Ownership & Demographics Sourcebook, dogs have the highest percent of households owning compared to other pets by 36.5%. (AVMA, 2012). Due to the statistics…

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    him alive, and they focus on showing him the Law of the Jungle. They are all ready to battle for him. Akela, the lead wolf, administers the Free People even-handedly. Shere Khan utilizes his energy to seek after just his own particularly great and spook others. In "Kaa's Hunting," Baloo and Bagheera utilize handcuffing as a type of train, as per the Law of the Jungle. Despite the fact that they sleeve 7-year-old Mowgli delicately, their hits are hard for Mowgli. A story so centered…

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    Peer Pressure: Sometimes Beneficial We as students in a dog eat dog world all thrive on fitting in. Some of us are the leaders of the group, and others want to fit in with the group. Whether we are a leader or a follower, we just want to be accepted. If we are accepted to the group, then we feel the need to act as the others act. This can sometimes bring benefits, but it can also bring turmoil. As students striving to achieve acceptance to the inside world of high school, we may not…

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    Good Dog Research Paper

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    Good Dog Dogs are a man’s best friend. Whether or not you personally love dogs, you know someone who does. Dog owners love their companions with fervor; going so far as to take photoshoots with them, bring them on family vacations, and give them a proper grave when they die. Some may wonder what these animals do to deserve such immense adoration from humans, but we dog lovers know. Nothing compares to the loyalty a canine companion will show you. Every ounce of love shown towards a dog is…

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    People of different ages, young and old, will love having a dog or a pup around. They even treat them as their best friend. Nevertheless, you must also think of the possible consequences that come with owning one. Effective Dog Training is necessary for your dog and you should understand you have to make an effort to socialize your dog. You have to expose your dog to the outside world, so that it will not intimidate other people. There are dog-training techniques you can follow so that you can…

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    Do these puppies look vicious? Everyone’s answer should be no because they are the most lovable, loyal, and trustworthy dogs a girl could dream of having. These puppies are not dangerous and everyone would feel safe being around them. But the thing is the “scary” part about these dogs are that they are Pit Bulls the scary breed of dogs that most people hate. Here is a little background information about Pit Bulls and how they are not one specific breed a Pit Bull is actually a group of breeds…

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    Gary Paulsen is the author on many fictional stories such as “Hatchet” or “Brian’s Winter”. However, “Winterdance The Fine Madness Of Running The Iditarod” is Paulsen’s own story about when he entered the 1,180 mile Alaskan sled dog race called the Iditarod. Gary Paulsen’s book is the true story of when Paulsen rode in the Iditarod for the first time. Paulsen often rode with his dogs before, but he had no experience racing them. When he had just entered the Iditarod, he had no idea what he was…

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    Descriptive Essay On Elk

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    Pine trees, and soaring mountains sound you while you are traveling through the trees, with the smell of bitterness and two-stroke fumes fills the air around you. With the ground having a thick blanket of snow, that looks hard but when moved turns to powder. The sight of Elk herds running up ahead, if you are lucky you will catch a glimpse of a mountain lion. We usually go up there for 5 days it takes us just two of those days to get there and back, the car ride usually takes around 10 hours…

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    Great Danes Behavior

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    The behavior of Great Danes is generally good. The American Kennel Club said that the personality of Great Danes are friendly, patient, and dependable (“Great Dane,” American Kennel Club). From my experience, I can agree. They are very good with children, but still needs supervision because Great Danes do not know how big they actually are. The energy level is somewhat active. Other times, they are couch potatoes. To keep them healthy though, it is a good idea to walk them two to three times a…

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    Curly is a good natured and friendly dog who knows nothing about surviving in the wild. For example this quote, “They were camped near the log store, where she, in her friendly way, made advances to a husky dog the size of a full-grown wolf, though not half so large as she. There was no warning, only a leap in like a flash, a metallic clip of teeth, a leap out equally swift, and Curly’s face was ripped open from eye to jaw” (London 14-15) shows that she was too friendly and trusting for…

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