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  • 1. Why Are People's Marriages So Weird?

    researched Golden Retrievers and Wikipedia says this “The Golden Retriever is a large-sized breed of dog bred as gun dogs to retrieve shot waterfowl such as ducks and upland game birds during hunting and shooting parties, and were named “retriever” because of their ability to retrieve shot game undamaged. Golden Retrievers have an instinctive love of water, and are easy to train to basic or advanced obedience standards.” This is how I know that Wikipedia is full of lies. Golden Retrievers are…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Death Of Harley

    with a golden retriever named Harley. He had thick fluffy fur, which blew along with the wind as he soared through the flowers in the long, grassy fields. He had huge brown marble eyes, which glistened while he glanced at you. His long bushy tail resembled that of a fox. His bright red tongue flapped around freely as he wobbled about his way. He was the sweetest dog one could have and was a very playful. Although his outgoing attitude resembled the attitudes of most golden retrievers, I…

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  • Smartest Dog Breed Essay

    Top 6 Smartest Dog Breeds Are you looking to grow your family by welcoming a four-pawed friend in your home? More than just the size, looks and personality, it is also very important to consider the breed’s intelligence level in deciding what dog to get for your household. Intelligence plays a big factor in a dog’s ability to learn commands, as well as its capability to perform the tasks consistently and how well it responds to training. Here are some of the smartest dog breeds that you…

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  • Teagan Imler Character Traits

    Shepherds in Snake Spring, Pennsylvania where they breed and train purebred German Shepherds. For this purpose, however she chose to raise a purebred Golden Retriever. “Everyone knows my main breed is the German Shepherd, however they aren't the best breed for a service dog for a child due to their extreme protectiveness. I chose a Golden Retriever because they are a working breed, plus they are very social. I decided on a male because of their size. If Teagan needs to lean on him for physical…

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  • Reflection Of A Guide Dog Essay

    Summary: Guide dogs are trained from the day they are born. The Guide Dogs foundation trains these dogs, mainly golden retrievers, labrador retrievers, a mix of both of those, and poodles. These dogs are trained to aid the blind veterans and military personnels. They are trained to replace a cane, give them comfort, keep calm around other people, and more. Guide dogs as puppies are brought into a foster home. With this they are socialized with people from different ages and different animals.…

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  • Commercial Analysis: Maddie Is A Heartwarming Commercial

    “Maddie” is a heartwarming commercial produced by Chevy Automotives in 2014, that takes us on a journey with the two main characters: a woman and her golden retriever, Maddie. With a soft, mournful piano ballad playing in the background, we observe as a woman, in her late twenties, stands beside an aged golden retriever, smiling sadly, and pets the frail creature. We witness an intimate moment between her and Maddie, as the dog lays calmly in the veterinarian’s office. Smoothly changing…

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  • Research Paper On Chevy

    Chevrolet’s commercial, “Maddie”, emphasizes the use of animal companionship through their choice of dog breed, a golden retriever, which used to symbolize Chevy 's well-known reputation as a family car. Chevy takes advantage of the Golden Retriever’s reputation by making one the star of the Maddie Commercial. Chevy promotes their company through a heartfelt connection between…

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  • Australian Shepherd Research Paper

    A hybrid between the Australian Shepherd and the Labrador Retriever, the Australian Shepherd Lab is a relatively new breed of medium-sized dog known for exhibiting the intelligence, stamina, and affectionate nature of its purebred parent dogs. Australian Shepherds are known for their strength, agility, protectiveness, and attentiveness which make it a popular herding and guarding canine. Meanwhile, Labrador Retrievers come from a breed of hunting dogs and has become popular for their kindness,…

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  • The Grogan Dog

    Labrador retrievers are proven to be America’s favorite breed of dogs. John Grogan grew up in Florida with labradors as pets, who they treated as family. He fell in love instantly with labs and felt the need to have one when he was grown up and on his own. When he crossed paths Jenny, now his wife, he found out that she adored four legged friends just as much as him--which was a perfect fit in their marriage and family. Out of all of the three-hundred-forty dog breeds recognized, they were…

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  • Prison Puppy Programs

    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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