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    How to Potty Training a puppy in the rain Most people do not like to go out when it rains, and most puppy do not like to do it, either. As a result, many puppy avoid going potty when it rains, leaving owners frustrated and often cleaning of accidents in the home. One of the best ways to avoid this scenario is to get your puppyg used to the rain at the beginning when you're potty-train him like a puppy. Things You Need - Treats - Puppy raincoat and boots - Take your puppy out in the rain to play. Doing so will help the puppy associate happy and fun times with the rain and can prevent any anxiety or nervousness for rain. - Give your puppy a word to associate with going to the bathroom. commands that tell how "eccentric" or "empty" when your…

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    Puppy Mill

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    I believe citizen action happens when you least expect it. Ten years ago I adopted a puppy from a rescue in Wisconsin. Shortly after having him, I noticed that he had medical problems that were going to be fatal within a year. After doing more research and finding out everything that the rescue knew about the dog, it was the beginning of understanding what the term, “puppy mill” meant. I had never heard of this before and soon realized that they were large scale, torturous dog breeding systems.…

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    Prison Puppy Programs

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    The criminal justice system has many programs and policies in place to help rehabilitate and educate the inmates in the correctional facilities across the states. The Prison Puppy Programs is an example of an effective implementation of one of these programs in the US Prisons. They have programs that allow dogs that would otherwise be euthanized in shelters to be trained and socialized by inmates. In those situations the dogs are giving the inmates the emotional support they need while…

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    consideration. This is the harsh reality of dogs at puppy mills, a place that is cruel and heartless. All animals deserve better conditions than these in the world. They may not speak, but they still feel a range of emotions. Puppy mills must be outlawed because their treatment of animals is so inhumane and destroys the animal's well-being. Dogs are supposed to be known as man’s best friend. However, “man” does not always return the feeling. Puppy mills are a commercial dog-breeding facility…

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    Puppies Research Paper

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    is for a puppy. A puppy needs daily nutrition made of proteins to develop their bones, muscles and their tissues, carbohydrates to fuel their energy and of course fats, vitamins and minerals to help improve their resistance to illness and infections. Just like human babies, puppies need the best nutrition to help them grow into a healthy adult. But puppies will never be able to get these nutrients eating human food. Research shows that puppies who feed on scraps alone are either malnourished or…

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    Puppy Training Speech

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    There are many reasons that people who get puppy have a hard time taking care of them. There are hundreds of things you have to do with your puppy, when they are little, to get them to be a great pet. The Mother Nature Network says that the 6 biggest ones are socialization, taking care of vetting your puppy, chewing, separation anxiety, getting the whole family on that same page for training, and last, but most important, potty training. There are many ways to potty train a puppy. These…

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    Puppies Persuasive Speech

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    Puppies are always so much cuter when they are first born. Nobody in their right mind could look a sweet, little, snuggly, innocent puppy in the eyes and get rid of them right? When people walk into the humane societies and all they see is cages full of full grown dogs, begging to get a forever home. Who wants their dog anymore as soon as it grows up right? We miswell give all of our dogs up for adoption as soon as they grow up and aren’t puppies anymore. Here in New York as a journalist I see…

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    Puppy Mills Inhumane

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    Puppy Mills: An Inhumane Reproduction There are many people in the world who want to stop the inhumane reproduction between dogs in puppy mills. However not a lot of people know puppy mills exist or where their dog really came from. Puppy mills are an establishment that breeds puppies for sale, on an intensive basis and these conditions are inhumane. Dogs inside puppy mills spend their lives in small cages being neglected and forced to breed repeatedly with no recovery time in between. Puppy…

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    Persuasive Research Paper: Should Puppy Mills Be Illegal? Puppy mills are places where you breed dogs, so that the owners of these places can sell them for money. These dogs are sold to pet stores around our country, and then are bought by the customers. The reason why these puppy mills are an unacceptable matter of our nation, is for multiple reasons. Puppies are severely neglected at puppy mills, there is already enough population of dogs, and many dogs are often not bought. There are most…

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    There will come a day when the puppy will do some type of damage to the home, or something in the home like the furniture. “Lack of training and socialization, pent up energy, and stress can all cause a dog to act out and engage in various nuisance behaviors” (Stilwell). Many puppies resort to chewing on anything and everything that is within easy access. Tables, chairs, sofa legs, couch cushions, and decorative pillows are common culprits for a chewing puppy, even when toys are lying all…

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