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    Essay On Veterinarian Job

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    Sierra Back My dream job would be to help animals and ultimately save the lives of animals, which would be done as a Veterinarian. There are many characteristics that I attain that would make me fit for this job and I can accurately explain how and why they are important to be a veterinarian. A veterinarian is a person who is qualified to perform procedures on animals that are injured or sick. I would like to be a small animal veterinarian which means I would work with cats, dogs and other…

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    Houston SPCA Case Study

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    With deepest gratitude for the tremendous legacy of generosity Mr. Alexander and the Houston Rockets have shared with our organization over the years, we are pleased to submit the enclosed proposal requesting $500,000 to support the Houston SPCA’s Pet Net program with a capacity building grant which will fund this start-up benefiting our most vulnerable citizens and their animals. The Houston SPCA has provided sheltering, adoption, humane education and cruelty relief services uninterrupted for…

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    Homeless Cats

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    be sure to treat it immediately. A feline leukemia test will also done by taking a small sample of blood from the vein, if result turns out to be bad the veterinarian will execute some antibiotics and will ask the owner to put an appointment for neutering or spaying the cat. If feline leukemia is found in the cat, a few optional choices will be given to the owner. These options may consist of giving the cat to a known society for care and adoption. Keep asking the vet for more advices because…

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    Dogs have been man's best friend for more than 15,000 years but some experts believe that it is time for some breeds, like the pitbull, to be banned. Banning aggressive dog breeds has been the spotlight of controversy for years. Pit bulls have been bred to be fighting or ¨guard¨ dogs(New York Times1). Some breeds of dogs have been proven to show a higher tendency for aggression(New York Times1). Dogs are a vital part of people’s lives and don't want a part of their family to be taken from them…

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    SPEECH TO PERSUADE Organizational method: Topically Topic : “People Should Adopt Their Pets from a Shelter” General purpose : To persuade Specific purpose : To persuade my audience that they should adopt their pet from a shelter Central idea : Adopting pets from a shelter instead of buying one from a pet store can help to stop pet overpopulation, saves lives, and often cost less. INTRODUCTION: I. Meet Nala, the most famous cat on the Instagram with more than 2.8 million followers. II.…

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    Another solution, I can up with it having the government enforce registration of all dogs and cat. The cats and dogs that fail to be registered are subject to humane euthanasia to control overpopulation and reduce the epidemics that effect the general public. We would hope that people was registered their pets that they would not be humanely euthanasia. Only own pets will be spared from humane euthanasia, pets can be registered with use of modern technology such as microchips. Microchips are…

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    Spaying/ Neutering Pets You should spay/ neuter your pets because that is what a veterinarian recommends. Some excuses you hear are: It is too expensive, it is not natural to have them fixed, my friend did not and their animals are fine. Having your pets spayed/ neutering can be expensive but having offspring can be even more expensive. In the end, it is better for you and your pets. The expense is a major issue with spaying and neutering pets. People do not understand how much money they would…

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    Owning a pet in Maryland isn’t always just about playing and cuddling with your fur ball. When you own a dog or cat, you take on a tremendous amount of responsibility. Pets need health care and when an emergency happens, you may need to come up with quick cash on the spot. Maryland is a great place to own a dog or a cat, or even a few of each breed, because of the mild weather in the spring, summer and fall months. Your pet will have plenty of opportunities to get outside and play during these…

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    I believe my delivery in this speech seemed to be better than my informative speech. Three specific nonverbal behaviors I noticed in this speech were the use of hand gestures, moving and using gestures, and eye contact. Most of my hand gestures were used in a good way, some were unnecessary but overall they were good. One way I would use them is by pointing at the photos on my visual aid. At 0:10 I pointed to my attention slide with pictures of cats and dogs. Then again at 2:55 I pointed at the…

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    attacks. Shelters do their best to place animals in loving homes, but the number of homeless animals far exceeds the number of willing adopters. This leaves many loving and healthy animals in our community that are homeless and abandoned. Spaying and neutering a larger population of animals is critical in helping our community to control the pet population and spread of…

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