Each year 16,000 dogs are killed from organized dog fights. While all 50 states have laws against dog fighting, some are rarely enforced. Many believe there should be stricter penalties dog fights. Although dog fights are illegal in all 50 states, people still find loopholes to continue justifying their horrible actions. Most people involved with this lucrative sport see nothing wrong, just a quick and easy way to make money.
The article take your dog to work exclaims “ Researchers there found having a dog in the room can even make human colleges more cooperative”. However this could never be an accurate experiment because they are not the same people in each group. Some people are shier than others and everyone reacts differently in every situation. There for their experiment is invalid because too many variables are being changed. If dogs were allowed in the workplace they could cause a lot of problems.
Dog parks in city limits would be a great idea, in my opinion. For many reasons, I do believe that having dog parks within the city limits would benefit all K9 owners who care about the mental and physical health of their dog(s). I being a dog owner myself, and knowing the behaviors and patterns of my fur babies. The article states that, "According to the ASPCA, dogs that don't get the proper excercise can act out by barking and destroying things at home...", being a victim to this myself I have witnessed my dogs act out in mischevious behavior because of the lack of attention and excercise. I noticed that their behaviors took a turn when I took them out more and let them interact with other dogs.
Therefore, the term “pit bull” often designates how a dog looks and not a breed itself, typically leading to a larger degree of misplaced blame on these dogs. Many years ago, pit bulls were considered “Nanny Dogs” because of their loyalty and gentleness toward their guardians. They were also once an American favorite, earning the title “America's dog. “Unfortunately, people soon found ways to exploit pit bulls' Behaviors and tendencies for dog fights, and their strong appearance became a symbol of violence, drug culture and gangs. Today, pit
The current law states “those entering businesses with animals can be asked just two questions: Is this a service dog? What is it trained to do for you?” (Fake Service Dogs, A Growing). Service dogs are allowed in every place of business. However, emotional support dogs are not and only add to the confusion of which animals are allowed where and many do not understand the difference between the two types of
During the construction phase a lot of wild dogs got used to live in the city. They fed themselves with the food left by the workers. Not long before the beginning of the Olympic games the workers left the sites but the dogs did not and the Russian government was scared that spectators could encounter them. To “delete” this problem, they hired a private company. Alexei Sorokin, the company owner explained that they had to catch the dogs and do whatever they wanted with them.
Breeders also like to point out that being a breeder is not cheap. There are a lot of dogs to feed and take care of and even thought they are selling puppies by the end of the year they are only making a small profit (Dibert). Many breeders believe that what they do is what some would call a labor of love. The total amount it costs to take care of so many dogs would shock many. For some that alone shows how much work breeders put into keeping their dogs
Ever wondered what goes behind the scenes at puppy mills, when you find out you’ll be shocked. Puppy mills aren’t all they're cracked up to be, in fact if you saw how the animals live and how they're treated. You’ll rethink buying or adopting an animal from a pet store. Puppy mills are horrible places for animals, and they should be closed down. In this speech I will be discussing what a puppy mill is, what they do, why they're bad, the conditions of the animals, and who they sell to.
There are many sports that use particularly dogs and most of them are called dog fights which are used for your entertainment and they abuse the dogs to make them fear humans and other dogs. Dogs should not be afraid of other dogs but they should be able to cooperate with each other and have a family that will not abuse them and make the fight. These animals should be taken to animal shelters and taken away from the people who beat them and make them fight. If you ever see a dog walking on the side of the road and it looks like its malnurited then you should do it a favor and take
Although the rapid dog in "To Kill a Mockingbird" only appears in one chapter and is killed rather quickly, it acts as a symbol for the reoccurring theme of the evilness in racism throughout the book, illustrates the courage that is gained from overcoming difficult situations, and being an experience that allows for the development of maturity. In a setting that is dominated by racism, such as in Maycomb, a majority of the population also have aspects of evilness due to the damaging effects of their racist behavior, which is represented by the rabid dog. During the Tom Robinson trial, Scout thought to herself how watching Judge Taylor was “like watching Atticus walk into the street, raise a rifle to his shoulder and pull the trigger, but watching
Pit bulls are still used in wrongful war were people bet on the winners. Long ago in England, the dogs were unwilling to battle bulls or even bears in pits. Professional agree that the most dangerous pit bulls are those whose owners abuse the dogs to make them more combative.
Many people know about the existence of puppy mills. However, they do not know the true reasons why many animal cruelty prevention organizations have started attacking the basis of puppy mills. Puppy mills are a commercial breeding business where dogs are mass produced. Which does not sound horrible until you find out about the filthy and unhealthy environment, these vulnerable puppies live in until they get shipped out to a local pet shop. The dogs bred in these puppy mills are typically damaged either physically or emotionally.
The cities provide us with parks and they rely on the people to respect and follow the rules in place. often the rules are heeded and there could be a lawsuit waiting to happen because if an encounter were to occur whether its dog vs dog or dog vs victim its rightful for the individual to sue not only the attackers owner but the city as well for not enforcing the law. although this could be factual its also possible that there wouldnt be any attacks and that the dogs could actually get along if provided the space to socialise,exersize and hang out. The issue of dogs noise levels that prevents residents from sleeping as it says in the opposing passage can easily be addressed by setting an appropriate time frame and having the park closed at a reasonable hour. The opposing passage stated that the park is too expensive and that the fence alone is 70,000 dollars and that dog owners shouldnt pressure the city to provide the space they cannot provide themselves.
Are laws against pit bulls fair? According to BSLcensus.com 's map, breed specific legislation (BSL) is a law that is currently being enforced in twenty- nine states of the United States. Breed specific legislation is a law that bans or restricts certain dog breeds that are deemed vicious, dangerous, or aggressive towards humans and other animals. The breed of dog that the law mainly concentrates on is the "pit bull". Many dog lovers, pit bull owners, or just dog owners in general feel that the pit bull should not be discriminated against just because of its history, looks, and a couple of undisciplined dogs.
Increasing the severity of animal abuse by giving more prison time and harsher punishment can cut back on crimes such as dog fighting and greyhound racing, which brings drugs, violence and gambling to the areas they are in (Wyoming Tribune-Eagle). With dog fighting being only a misdemeanor and not a felony, the police don 't have the resources or time to put into it to investigate reported cases of it, and with the sentence being so minor, those who make a living off of fighting and racing dogs view a short 6 month sentence and a minor fine as just a sacrifice for the money. It has also been proven that people who harm animals for fun are most likely to move on to larger targets, like humans in the future. Keeping these offenders in prison for a longer time, would place them in a monitored environment for an extended period of time where mental instabilities can be picked up and taken care of before they hurt someone or something else. A lack of laws and regulations also makes it extremely easy for an animal offender, like a dog fighter, to obtain a new animal so that they can continue their abusive