Billions of animals are killed every year for their flesh, our amusement, and medical testing so that humans can live a better life. (DOL 7) Not only are animals killed, but the life animals live is one we wouldn’t wish on our worst enemy. Is the way that we treat animals on the hands of each individual or on the hands of the church? Two books Dominion of Love and Animal Gospel give their insight on who is to be blamed for the way animals are treated. I would like to reflect on the two readings and give my personal insight to the books, however I will begin by summarizing both of the titles beginning with Dominion of Love.
Mad cow disease is a rare but deadly disease that is obtained by cows from contamination feeding or activation of prions. Once this disease spreads to human, the situation gets about ten times worse. The human version of BSE (Mad cow disease) is called vCJD (variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease). This disease destroys the brain and will kill you if you leave it alone. You can get vCJD just by eating beef from a cow that had the disease.
The practice has granted a new life to hopelessly ill patients, modified medicines and made the surgeries fruitfully creative. New alternatives to this practice are in making, but considering the rate at which doctors are fully developing them, the society is still years away from bringing up something that can totally eradicate the traditional animal experimentation. Just like every other scientific practices, animal experimentation, too, becomes a success only after many trials and errors, causing a loss of few innocent animal lives. However, those numbers do not seem as a burning concern when compared to other industries that depend on animals. According to statistics, food animals kill 56 billion animals in the USA which largely differed from the 25 million of animal experimentation (Laws and Regulations).
It was 2 years ago now that I began my vegetarian diet, which also lead me to giving up on animals’ products as well [EGGcept for eggs that are produced by the chickens on my farm, ethical I know!]. Since then I have convinced by sister to be vegetarian, while the rest of my family are finding the transition difficult. Imagine the world without the slaughter of animals for the sole purpose of your taste buds. Impossible. But imagine producing and growing real meat without killing innocent animals.
A rush to the animal clinic is every dog and cat-loving family 's worst nightmare. But as the experts here at the Crescent Springs Animal Hospital in Crescent Springs, KY reveal, many of the most common dog and cat health problems, and the animal clinic visits that go with them, can be prevented with a proper diet. The American Veterinary Medical Foundation says that dog owners alone will spend hundreds of dollars per year on veterinary care. But with these tips to tweak your furry friends ' diets, you 'll give them a leg (or paw) up on staying healthy and out of the animal hospital.. Obesity Believe it or not, the obesity epidemic has hit American pets even harder than it has people. Thankfully, the chance you 'll end up taking your pet to the dog or cat hospital with issues from cancer to arthritis can be minimized simply by only feeding proper portions, reducing, treats, and making sure no one slips table scraps under their chair at dinner.
The articulation that this new found information is "bad news" for those who enjoy the iconic tradition causes the reader feel dismayed. By following the appeal to patriotism with the question of whether there is "safe level of consumption" of red meat, the writer proposes that the much loved barbecue can be redeemed. This leads to the reader believing they can enjoy their beloved meat at the same time as retaining their health. By using alarming facts and figures Wheate appeals to the fear of readers. With statements such as "kills 100 people each year" the reader is fearful of whether their life will also add to this statistic.
Bumble Bee Foods and Tri-Union Seafoods remind every consumer to be wary of canned light tuna pieces because they can cause the risk of health problems and even death. According to both companies, irregularities related to canned light tuna chunks is caused by contamination of pathogenic organisms in a commercial sterilization process. According to Steve Mavity, senior vice president of Bumble Bee, Bumble Bee realize that some canned light tuna pieces manufactured at third-party suppliers in Georgia, CNN, which has yet to implement safe production process. The company has recalled 31 579 tuna cans with UPC codes 8660000020, 8660000021 and 8660000736 which was produced in February 2016 and has been distributed to all parts of the United States.
The fog was so high in the factory that if you were to cut a piece of meat you would probably cut your hand off. Some of the cattle had tuberculosis or were sick with other diseases. They will add chemicals to the mat to make it seem like it was fresh cattle. “men called it “steely” which means covered with boils. It was a nasty job killing these, for when you plunged your knife into them they would burst and splash a
The Animal Bill of Rights reveals both the good and bad aspects about the nature of humanity. For example, the companies in the cosmetic industry practice the Draize Test, which “involves applying a small amount of the substance under study to an animal’s eye or skin for several hours, and then observing whether or not irritation occurs over the following week or two. In most cases the animal subjects—usually albino rabbits bred for the lab—are put to death after the sometimes maiming and often painful test,” as stated the online article “Do Cosmetic Companies Still Test on Live Animals?” by Jim M. Because of the self-interest of people, animals have to undergo this kind of testing. The cruelty shown towards animals reveal the atrocious nature of mankind and the innocence of animals. Society felt compelled to act upon this and demanded for these regulations to change because of the thought that changes to this system would be morally
Clorox, M.A.C Cosmetics, Johnson & Johnson, and many more popular brands test their products on animals. (http://www.peta.org/living/beauty/companies-test-on-animals/) Having these things tested on any animal cannot be good for them. Animals are likely to be killed to test the safety of new chemicals and cleaning products. Often animals are force-fed, have chemicals placed in various areas of their bodies, are forced to inhale smoke/toxic fumes to test how poisonous they really are. (http://www.animalaid.org.uk/h/n/CAMPAIGNS/experiments/ALL/730/)
Animal Cruelty from Food Companies There is nothing more satisfying to American than sinking their teeth into a Big Mac, Chicken Fries, or bacon. This may be a very disturbing image to many people. If it is really thought about, someone will come to the conclusion that that piece of grilled meat in between a bun was once a living thing no matter what animal it came from. Animals are tortured everyday just so humans can have a nice cut of meat. Not all people or companies who raise, sell, and slaughter animals treat them cruelly, but a majority of them abuse the animals unnecessarily.
Modern Day Consumption of Horse Meat Most Americans today oppose the slaughter and consumption of horses because horses are seen as companionship animals, the horse slaughter industry is especially cruel, dislike for the gamey taste of horse meat, and there are many unsafe chemicals in the meat of horses that were cared for as pets or property. Contrary to widespread opposition, humans have consumed horse meat for thousands of years, whether it be for necessity or enjoyment of it as a delicacy. Around 400 B.C, horses were domesticated for transportation, so the consumption of these animals declined. A pivotal event in the rise of the modern horse slaughter industry in the Western world came about during eighteenth century France, when young
USDA has repeatedly purchased meat from companies that have been involved in major bacterial outbreaks. A handful of children have been sickened because of this. To make matters even worse, the USDA buys the cheapest meat it can get, leaving the meat highly susceptible to having harmful diseases and pieces of bones. Even fast-food restaurants have higher meat standards than the National School Lunch Program ((NSLP)USDA provides the meat for the NSLP). Lastly, chapter nine notifies people that kitchen sinks aren’t as clean as they may think.
Katelyn Pugliese Hannah Chenail Health Management Critically Appraised Topic Clinical Question In dairy cattle with E. coli mastitis, is fluid therapy better then anti-inflammatory containing carprofen to improve clinical recovery? Case During a routine visit to a client’s dairy farm, the owner Joe Smith has mentioned that several of his cows are sick with mastitis. He believes the mastitis is caused by Escherichia coli. Being a long time client, he has had many discussions about the best way to treat E.coli mastitis in his herd. With the recent difficulty to treat mastitis, he mentioned that he has heard about an anti-inflammatory containing carprofen.