Dogs should not be executed for biting someone because it could be how they were raised. People raise their dogs to protect them and their family or home. Just because the dog bites the mail man when they bring the mail, does not mean they are mean and should be executed. It means the owner trained the dog to protect the house and they are doing what they were trained to do. Cops raise K9’s to protect the community from danger and they use them to get the suspect and they don’t get executed.
Why there is no stop to dog abuse? Why do people continue to beat these animals people ask, There is no answer, no law stating no animal abuse so no stopping it. These poor precious animals have a soul, and feelings to. If these animals continue to be treated this way they will continue to be aggressive towards people.
Worst of all there are times when dogs die of being beaten, whipped and kicked. This can happen when the dog is not going fast enough, or if they are slowing down the pack, the owner would kill them or hurt them so they would go faster. Owners can be awful to their dogs, at checkpoints dogs drink out of rusty buckets, when the dog is sick they are sometimes forced to run and sometimes the owners just don’t care enough for their dogs as they do
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
Hounds are made to kill anyone that breaks the law. The government doesn 't care if violence is used, its part of life. “A four inch hollow steel needle plugged down from the proboscis of the Hound to inject massive jolts of morphine and procaine.” (Bradbury 22).
Any dog can be trained to be aggressive, although only power breeds such as the german shepherd, the rottweiler, and the pit bull are trained to be. They are more dangerous simply because their bites are more likely to be fatal than other smaller dogs such as the pomeranian who actually believe it or not, have the potential to kill someone. People raise bigger dogs to be aggressive because of their size and appearances. But this is not the fault of the dog, only the owner. If a dog was abused or participated in dangerous activities like illegal dog fighting where they have to defend themselves, of course they will be aggressive towards people
That is a very very low number because each year approximately 2.7 million animals are euthanized (For veterinarians, Iditarod is all about the sled dogs). Out of those 1.2 million of those are dogs. Some of those does are at kill shelters because they were abandoned. So it’s that also animal cruelty if a dog is healthy so why would you kill them.
Dog fighting/fights can be dangerous. Dogfighting is a felony in 50 states. The dog fighting area can vary from a 14-20 foot square. Dog fights can take as little as 45 min but as long as one hour. The dogs are blocked in with hay bales, chain fence, wood fence, chains and much more.
Dogfighting Have you ever seen a dog, mainly a pitbull, on a heavy chain, with scars all over, and starved looking. If you have that dog was most likely a victim of dogfighting. Where they are forced to fight for their lives every second of every day. Everyday they must endure rigorous training, such as, being chained up on a treadmill with no way off, bite on hanging objects, injected with steroids or, even have their teeth filed to a point and constantly kept on heavy chains. To prevent dogfighting, the sentencing and fines need to be increased, have a dogfighting registry for the offenders, and implement animal cruelty officers.
In Hamilton, three dogs near-fatally attacked nine-year-old Donald Smith. Hamilton v. Smith, 219 A.2d 783, 784 (Md. Ct. Spec. App. 1996). The Smiths were tenants of the Hamiltons’ property, and Mr. Hamilton would leave his dogs unchained as to guard the property during the nights.
In 2015, the combination of pit bulls and rottweilers contributed to 91% of all dog bite-related fatalities." (DogsBite) For advocates of the pit bull breeds, you must look at how many pit bulls make up the United States ' large dog population. " Each year, 1.2 million dogs are euthanized, approximately 40% of whom are Pit Bulls. This means that nearly half a million Pit Bull-type dogs are killed in shelters annually."
They are kept in small cages, The floor hurts there paws, and because of this they get cuts and scratches. They are not cleaned and not fed properly. They may get fed but they pretty much starve most of the time. According to thepuppymillproject.org, after a while some dogs just end up getting killed.
Is it right to kill those innocent creatures painfully? No. It’s not right to harm them for our own benefits. Every living soul have rights, this includes animals, and just because they can’t speak up for themselves doesn’t mean we can take that away from them. The fact that they can’t speak is a disadvantage, and it’s unethical for us to use their disadvantage against them for our own benefits.
The canines are considered as part of the family members more than as a domestic animal nowadays in most families. The bond between the animals and humans are inseparable. However, according to American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), there are approximately 1.5 million shelter animals are euthanized in every year (ASPCA, 2017). This implies that animal euthanasia is a controversial issue nowadays. There are several reasons the animals are euthanized and it depends on each case.
Millions of lives just as innocent as the most generous child; Trapped in the barriers we know as cages, that they know as Hell; Too many lives for humanity to just be a bystander. Each and every day is filled with a million moments and opportunities for us to take a stand and make a change. Animal shelters around the world are constantly filling with new animals; it is simply too much for the small amounts of staff on their own to make sure every animal gets the love they deserve, as well as making sure the shelter is kept tidy and operating. Animal shelters need us, young and old, even if only for an hour. That small span of time can make the world for them; volunteering assures that animals will get daily love, lowers full-time staff stress,