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    1.Being a veterinarian is every child’s dream; or at least it was mine. When I was younger, my uncle performed an emergency surgery to save my dog that had been run over. After that, I knew that there was no other career that would satisfy me. The days I get to spend with my uncle at his small animal clinic in Dallas along with those spent at my cousin’s large animal clinic in a more rural area are among my most favored days. Watching them dedicate their time and effort to caring for and helping…

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    Thousands of dogs and cats enter animal shelters everyday without the hope of ever leaving. They often end up in these shelters due to the owner’s lack of responsibility or ability to care for the animal; many become lost and wander the streets until found, while others are the result of irresponsible backyard breeding. Shelters euthanize millions of these animals every year in the U.S. due to the lack of adoption because a large number of people would prefer to buy a pet from a pet store or…

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    Create a No Kill Nation It has been said that “the greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way that its animals are treated” and roughly 2.4 million healthful, adoptable cats and dogs—about one every 13 seconds—are euthanized in U.S. shelters every year. This means that of the 8 million animals handled by United States shelters, 30% of the animals’ lives are wasted. Many of these euthanasias are due to a lack of space within a shelter. Euthanasia is the practice of…

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    Slaughterhouse Abuse Every day, thousands of animals are killed due to improper and inhumane ways of killing for their meat. According to Animal Rights Action, there is such a high demand for meat, workers don’t stop for anything. With improper and poor methods of killing, this can lead to unsafe work areas for the workers, fecal contamination with meat, bacteria and pathogens landing on meat, it makes you second guess where your meat, eggs and milk came from. A lot of times when slaughter…

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    Economy Of Veterinarian

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    With every career during an economic decline, everyone feels the effect including veterinarians. A number of people who are entering veterinary school and graduating every year there are increasing at a pace too large for job openings to compare (At veterinary colleges, male students are in the minority). With this steadily increasing pace of graduates enters the field, there are many difficulties getting into a veterinary workplace. Along with the number of upcoming new veterinarians playing a…

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    No Sugar Film Analysis

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    The American film, The Help, and the Australian play, No Sugar, use similar conventions to demonstrate how minority racial groups in Western societies are discrimated against and how such groups resist this treatment. The movie, The Help, directed by Tate Taylor, released in 2011, follows the lives of three women who attempt to address the racism in Jackson, Mississippi. Through the women’s strength to write a novel from the view point of African-American maids and nannies, the racism existing…

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    A lot of families own companion animals as they grow up. One family had a dog named Grant and Grant would jump up and down in excitement as the family came home everyday. One day when the family returned home after going on a trip and Grant wasn’t at the door, so the family went out to go look for him and that was when they found him lying on the ground looking really sick. The family had to take Grant to the veterinary clinic where they were informed that he was really sick. Doing an internship…

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    to lower the adoption fees the typical adoption fee is $65 dollars for cats and $85 dollars for dogs but can go anywhere up to $400 dollars depending on the shelter. The only other answer is to educate pet owners on the importance of spaying and neutering your animals; According to the Humane Society neutered male animals live 18% longer than unneutered animals, spayed female animals live 23% longer than unspayed females, curbs bad behavior, roaming when in heat, aggression, excessive barking,…

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    Job Description: Duties Required A: Depends on the area they want to work in 1: “Many veterinarians treat small companion animals. As a small animal vet, you may perform services such as spraying and neutering, setting broken bones, treating wounds and providing geriatric care for older pets. You might also take X-rays and dispense prescription medicine for animals with illness…” IV. 2: “Veterinarians who care for large animals often engage in production…

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    African Colonialism in Conrad and Achebe In the minds of many Europeans, Africa was known as the “Dark Continent,” not because of the color of the skin of its inhabitants, but because large sections of the interior were simply unknown. By the late 19th century, British imperialism was beginning to penetrate into some of those unknown regions, bringing European government, religion, and attitudes to people otherwise deemed “savage.” The effect of this process of colonialism has been famously…

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