I am against cloning because it just doesn’t seem fair to just copy pets like they are worthless. Each pet is unique and it should stay like that. Another reason why I am against cloning is because it would make me sad if I saw a copy of my old pet that I loved walking around my house and me knowing that it could never be the same. One more reason is that each successful clone has dozens of failures so you would have to put down a lot of animals just to get what you wanted. This is why my opinion is against rather than for cloning pets.
Since the majority of aggressive dog incidents are caused by family-owned pets, the type of breed must be researched thoroughly before purchase. Training of any new puppy should be undertaken immediately and is not something that should be put off - the sooner you start training your dog the better it will be. Thorough behavioral training needs to be completed. A very large part of aggressive dog training is to keep your pet leashed when on public property and to never allow him to roam outside the yard. Your pet will also need the opportunity of socialization with other dogs as well as many other people as this will be a huge benefit in training a potentially aggressive animal.
“We want a small, female, short haired dog” my mom told the vet politely. I sat in anticipation trying to picture what she would look like and what i would name her. My mind was racing and i could barely sit still. “Ok i know he 's not what you described but i think he might be just right.” the vet said reassuringly as she brought out a big long haired male black lab. My parents were taken aback, it was the complete opposite dog that they had wanted and they didn 't know how to respond.
This is a very important skill to me because it will hopefully help me become a great veterinarian. To truly be able to empathize you need to have experienced the person’s pain. Being involved in animal rescue and having a menagerie of pets myself, I have been exposed to a lot of abuse, illness, pain and death in animals. Having experienced these hardships, I have a great skill to empathize with other pet
We watched them grow and took care of them both physically and mentality with our unconditional love. But throughout these long, best, and quality time spent with them, there’ll be a point where we’ll ask ourselves, “How long will my dog live?” This question will linger in our minds at times maybe after we’ve had a great time with our dogs or when we see them particularly getting weaker as they grow old. We contemplate on the obvious fact that we people do live longer than dogs. And we are stuck on the thought and realization that death definitely and really is an inevitable thing. On a study that I’ve read, it said that to identify dog’s life expectancy, dog owners can use their dog’s weight to help determine how long he or she would be expected to live.
There is much discussion on the topic of dog parks. To begin with, dog parks are benefical for not only dogs themselves, but for the community as a whole. Allowing dogs to get perhaps daily - or even weekly exercise can drastically improve a dogs health, along with aiding in behavioral issues. Some might say a dog park is a burden, perhaps too much money - but dog poop in your yard from a dog that 's not your own, can be a burden as well. Starting off, keeping a dog, or any animal cooped up for long periods of time will indeed have an affect on their health.
As we can see people get complain for their dog at home from other apartment building , they need for dog park. As i support this idea, i dog park is needed for everyone who loves dog. Dogs ar very faithful animal. Human loves dog but somethimes who lives in apartment building have not get space much for their dogs. People often go to park for exercise and those time they can put their dog in dog park.
I have a lot of experience with taking care of animals. I have had many pets in my lifetime, and we still own one that we took in off the streets. I have taken care of the dog since I was very young and I believe that the skills I have learned from training her will carry me through life. I would be able to take care of the shelter animals using all of the skills I have picked up by raising my dog. I have learned how to feed them, bathe them, and train them to fit their owner 's expectations.
Whenever I come home from a busy day at school, I always can count on my dog to cheer me up. Whenever I feel down, I know that I can always throw a frisbee around in the backyard with Minnie. Having a dog has taught me important life skills and responsibilities, but also about slowing down and enjoying the little things in life. Getting a dog at a young age and being able to grow up together teaches us something we can’t learn from other human beings. What it is, I’ve tried to but can’t precisely articulate, but it’s something along the lines of a good life is full of compassion, happiness, and affection from the ones you love.
By being there for them and making them not feel insecure, the dog is will always be there. Dogs can train to know their partners and to even comfort them when they need it. The dogs go everywhere with their owner no one has to feel insecure about being alone at home or even out in public. Another thing soldiers deal with is being social and going back to real life situations. “I was nervous, I just wanted to get the heck out of the mall, I still don’t like going into malls by myself.”(“Wounded Warriors, Healing Hounds”).
Dogs are very special creatures with special abilities, we see this in law enforcement through their K9 units and also with therapeutic dogs for those in need. Throughout American history, we have believed that dogs are man’s best friend and vice versa. Our dogs dependent on us to care of and provide for them. Therefore we must try our best to return home safely after a night of drinking. As a dog owner, I can truly say that I believe in this phrase with all my heart.
Yes, dogs can experience separation anxiety too. Dogs are extremely social animals whose lives revolve around the pack mentality. Everything of importance in a dog 's life is centered upon the dog 's understanding of his place within the pack; the pack provides order, stability and security. Every dog 's initial experience with pack life begins with a powerful natural attachment to his mother, from whom he learns the most basic elements of social interaction. For many dogs, these lessons only last a few short months before the dog receives his first experience with separation as he is taken from his mother and integrated into a human family.
Getting my first dog Gracie was the best day of my life! Since I was about 4 I have always begged and pleaded for a puppy or dog. I even went online and researched different types of dogs. When I was researching I found a type of breed that was awesome for my family! So I wrote a 3 page essay about that breed and gave it to my mom and dad, but they still didn’t aprove about getting a dog.