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    Coprophagia (Faeces Eating) in Dogs Young and growing dogs have a high requirement for energy, and it has been shown that they can obtain useful additional nutrition from eating their own or other dogs faeces during this phase. However, after growth has been completed and with more attractive alternative food sources, faeces eating usually stops. However, a few individuals - especially of ‘greedy’ breeds such as Labradors, may continue with this unpleasant habit. Coprophagia (the technical term…

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    Looking into a mirror, I don’t seem normal. My features come off as odd and stand out to me: like my lightly colored skin, high cheekbones, slight pixie nose, small lips, slightly crooked teeth, small eyes, brown hair, and brown eyes. All of these features are perceived to me as puzzle pieces that someone will eventually put together to form a masterpiece. While standing in my small, lilac colored bedroom, I glanced to the left towards my closet as I remembered my mother’s upcoming birthday, and…

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    Dear Aunt Bessie, I thought about your request and found about the many problems in our country. Meat is never cleaned, children are forced to work in factories, often losing entire limbs, and probably over half the populations do not have equal rights. Following your request, I have decided to give away the million dollars as you told me, Six hundred thousand to the one that needs it most, three hundred thousand to the next, and one hundred thousand to the last.…

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    Carol Adams mentions that meat-eating is considered an activity reserved for men only. She explains how some aspects of our culture endorse this view. Adams gives the example of cookbooks stating that there is a stark difference between the sections addressed to men and those to women. The men’s section includes meat (London broil, cubed steak, beef dinner) while the women’s section includes cheese dishes and vegetables but never meat (p.28). This phenomenon is representative of the eating…

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    In Sarah Elizabeth Cupp’s article, “Meat lovers, you’re winning the war”, Cupp explains Obama’s decision to not influence Americans to eat less meat. She then goes on to describe how this decision was best for America despite to what scientist say. Since people are supposed to be carnivores and they just prefer to eat meat. She claims that cutting meat out of one’s diet, slow down the development of humankind, “Denying ourselves meat would, both in the short term and over centuries, have a…

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    I think it is very important to know where your food comes from. If you live vegan you have to employ way more for how and what you really eat. It is not really easy to live vegan because animal products are almost everywhere. Food industries want to produce their food cheap and sell it cheap. They don’t treat their animals correctly. Animals have to spend their whole life in a cage, that is so small, they can barely fit in it and the food they get was mixed with medicine so the grow quicker and…

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    Dog Food Ingredients

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    Quality ingredients in dog food is what sets apart a premium brand from the commercial brands you will find in any grocery store aisle. One brand that exceeds either category of products is called EVO dog food. It is a product that is one of the most nutrient-dense on the market. It is much more digestible, has a higher amount of protein, and therefore less is needed to satisfy the daily caloric needs of your canine. EVO dog food products was founded with the belief that the gap between…

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    Since the beginning of time, before protein bars were invented, man has needed meat to consume protein and energy. Science tells us, “killing animals and eating meat have been significant components of human evolution that had a synergistic relationship with other key attributes that have made us human, with larger brains, smaller guts, bipedalism and language.” (Barber P.H.D.) Because our bodies are built to store protein as energy, hunting is an easy and organic way to get this meat. “…

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    Veganism is a lifestyle that excludes animal cruelty and exploitation. I’ve been vegan for approximately a year, do to moral values. I remember the day I found out what meat was. I was really young, three years old at most, I was eating chicken noodle soup, and I asked my mom why the soup was named after a bird. When she explained, I spit the soup out and refused to eat it. Ever since I found out what meat was made of, I knew it was wrong. How can we justify killing innocent animals? How…

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    The Key to Sustainability Animal negligence is a common topic; it has been for years, and veganism helps put a stop to that. Veganism is an ethical choice to help preserve the lives of those who cannot speak for themselves and the environment. Animals are not our dinner or commodities. They are beings with feelings. Over 56 billion animals are slaughtered, skinned or grinded a year not including sea creatures. The average meat eater eats about 7,000 animals in their lifetime; eating about a half…

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