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  • Persuasive Essay On Why Dogs Are The Best Pet

    Now a days people are having fun with some pets. I think that the dog is the best pet to have. Today I will be writing about why dog are the best pet. Dogs are the best pet because of these three reasons. The three reasons are, they will protect you or something that you want to protect, have a great sense of smell and they are very loyal. There are many types of dogs which is are good as pets ,like a german shepperd, a golden retreiver, a dalmation, a poodle, and etc. The first reason why dog…

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  • The Shih-Tzu Dogs

    The Shichon or “teddy bear puppy” is a great breed of dog. They have a sweet temperament, cute face, and love to be with their family. The Shichon breed cannot be traced back to any one breeder because it is the crossing of two purebred breeds and this is a fairly common. The Bichon Frise is bred from the Barbet and the Standard Poodle, and was possibly created as early as the 1300’s in France. The first Bichon Frise was brought to the United States in 1955. The Shih-Tzu is known as one of…

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  • Essay On Vizsla

    They are also one of the domesticated breed of dogs which have large or big sizes. The Bull Mastiffs was developed originally by 19th century to be guard dogs which share the same personality to molosser dogs. This breed of dog was the result of combining the Old English Bulldog and English Mastiff. Bull Mastiffs are known to be dogs that hardly ever bark and are quiet. 6. Vizsla I don’t know why other people often get confused this dog breed to a pit bull but this breed is too lovable. The…

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  • Deaf Service Dogs Research Paper

    Some dogs help at the slopes of mountains, others are aiding the disabled. Either way, these are really important jobs for our canine mates. There are many jobs that include dogs. For example, blind people use dogs as guides so they don't walk into traffic, bump into people in public, or make a mess of the house. Dogs also help with doors (opening and closing). People who are deaf need dogs for locating objects on command, retrieving dropped items, and alerting to the sound of a doorbell or fire…

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  • Service Dogs Help Humans

    Dogs Help Humans When people think of dogs they think of furry companions, but they can do so much more. Dogs can be train to do so much to help and serve our community. Whether it be a service dog, police dog, or a therapy dog. To begin with, service dogs do way more than just help the blind or deaf. Service dogs also help people who are disabled, with everyday tasks. For example,service dogs can pull wheelchairs, open doors, and pick up objects that fall. Ashley, a Paws service dogs…

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  • Monkey Terrier Research Paper

    The breed is German in origin and dates back to the seventeenth century. The name is derived from the German Affe (ape, monkey). The breed predates and is ancestral to the Griffon Bruxellois (Brussels Griffon) and Miniature Schnauzer. The Affenpinscher, also known as the Monkey Terrier, is a terrier-like toy breed of dog. They are hypoallergenic. Their life span 12-14 years. Their mass varry from 2.9 to 6 kg as adults. Their height varry from 23-30 cm. Affenpinscher's are playful, fun-loving,…

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  • Persuasive Essay: The Banning Of Pitbulls

    When we ask other people what their favorite type pet is, many of them respond by saying, A dog. Over the past generations, dogs have indeed become an increasingly popular pet, especially in Western countries where they even out populate children. This, however, has led to a new, gruesome catastrophe: dog attacks. Throughout the past decade, people have progressively fallen prey to more dog attacks, mostly in part to Pit bulls. Many people, galvanized by these circumstances, are calling for a…

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  • The Dog That Didn T Bark Analysis

    Within the article of “The Dog That Didn’t Bark: The Role of Canines in the 2008 Campaign,” the author discusses that individuals who are dog owners should be attracted to dog owning political candidates. However, the author’s research shows that it may not always be the case for politics. Within The Righteous Mind: Part III, Haidt’s central metaphor is “We are 90 percent chimp and 10 percent bee.” This indicates that as individuals we merely work selfishly but also within groups. Given the…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Dog Training

    Here is some dog training advice to help you dog lovers get the ball rolling with training your dog! Pay very close attention to these tips! Enjoy Your Training- Make your dog training sessions with your dog enjoyable and have fun while training your dog. Dogs can sense when you are having a good time and they too get excited. This helps the dog learn better. Take the training seriously but remember to be excited and show your dog your having fun by having a positive attitude. Use A Commanding…

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  • Informative Speech On Chaubelo

    Chabelo Have you ever had a pet that was almost like your friend or another family member? Well I have had one and it was a mini Labrador named Chabelo. I know you are probably asking why Chabelo? Some of you know that Chabelo is a Mexican show host that is really old and big and dresses up like it kid. Well my dog had a medium sized body and looked like he was a baby lab but a really big one that’s why we named him Chabelo. Chabelo will always have a place in my heart. Chabelo was playful,…

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