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  • Tfi Aquarium Case Study

    TFI Aquarium With over 120 fish tanks and pet cages in the shop TFI Aquarium and Pet Center was one of the bigger pet stores in the state of Iowa. TFI opened for business in April of 1972. The original address of the shop was on Broadway, but as the city of Altoona began to grow the address got changed to 8th St. SW Altoona in 1975. When TFI opened their were only 1500 people living in the Town. Due to TFI being one of the larger pet stores people who didn't even have the desire to go fishing or buy a pet would come in to check it out. This made it a very well known place in the area. Behind the popularity and size of the shop lived a life of its own. Judy Hartshorn was the owner of TFI, her son Jamie and his friend Joel were two of the employees. They helped Judy do anything she needed them to do, from helping the customers to cleaning the tanks and cages. It was a fairly ordinary job for two 14 year old boys, except when business was slow. One of…

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  • Animal Shelter Research Paper

    Animal Adoption Options: Shelter or Store? Philosopher Immanuel Kant said, “We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.” The American Pet Products Manufacturers Association estimated that 70-80 million dogs and 74-96 million cats are owned in the United States. People looking to adopt animals have a number of options about how to do this. Adopting a pet from a shelter or rescue center is more advantageous and desirable for the owner and animal than adopting from a store or…

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  • It's Time To Stop Pet Shelters

    Pet stores that overshadow shelters put shelter dogs in danger of euthanization. Shelters are not as visited as pet stores, even though the shelter dogs often need more help than the pet store dogs. These dogs often need help because they were found on the streets or maybe even rescued from an abusive home. Shelters put down thousands of animals every year when they are unable to find a home. Pet stores do not have this problem. Dogs from shelters are often not as appealing as purebred dogs…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Pet Ownership

    much more joy to your life! However, one of the worst problems pet owners everywhere usually have to deal with is not finding enough pet-related products for their furry compadres. Oh sure, you would have heard about them. But usually, a pet-owner might have to travel out of their way or go to obscure parts in the city they live in to get the stuff they want for their pets. Even worse is when a small city or town has a store for pets, but after going all the way there, you find out that they’re…

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  • Pet Shop Persuasive Essay

    Did you consider the life-saving option of adopting, or were you sold on the tiny, cute puppies at the pet store? In this case, “adopting” refers to the purchase of an animal from a shelter. In America, there are currently six to eight million animals waiting to be adopted from shelters. Approximately thirty percent of those six to eight million are euthanized each year. On the other hand, approximately two million puppies are born from inhumane mills each year. After learning about these…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Overpopulation Of Animals

    Did you know that by purchasing a dog you can be contributing to the death of another dog? Due to the massive overpopulation of dogs, many are euthanized daily. By purchasing from a breeder or a pet store you are encouraging and supporting the business of breeding, which both adds to the problem of overpopulation, and supports animal cruelty at commercial dog breeding facilities. People should be adopting dogs from shelters, rather than buying them from breeders and pet stores. Shelters…

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  • Persuasive Adoption Shelter Speech

    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. Before she…

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  • The Truth Behind That Doggie In The Window Analysis

    selling by pet stores. She points out that “puppy mills” breed doggies as many as they possibly can, and provide badly environment for doggies’ living to earn much more money. Finally,She finds several ways to encourage people to avoid purchasing dogs from “puppy mills”, and these methods are educating consumers, suggesting costumers to avoid buying from pet stores and to adopt homeless puppies. I agree the ideas she says, and I believe, instead of using the power of legal systems to stop puppy…

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  • Dog Ginger Research Paper

    Getting my dog Ginger was on the of the most funniest days of my life, but it sure had its ups and downs! To begin with, before my family and I even got my dog Ginger in the first place, we were planning to get a dog from the Toronto Humane Society. In fact, the Toronto Humane Society was having their annule “Mega Pet Adoption”, and all of their dogs were twenty-five dollars each. Once we arrivied to the pet adoption venue, all ready the hundreds of dogs they had were allready adopted! That is…

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  • Persuasive Animal Shelter

    comes to adopting an animal from the shelter. More than likely, if you get a puppy from a pet store they are from a puppy mill. Which is a dog farm that breeds dogs constantly. That is why I believe that you should adopt animals from shelters, and not purchase them from pet stores. You might say but I want a purebred, and dog that is trained. Maybe a puppy, or a show dog. There are 70,000 puppies born every day in the world. They're recuses that just help that one breed of dog. There are…

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