Meaning if animals aren’t adopted, they are euthanized. Logically, we all know that’s not fair; but its an everyday thing. If we could decrease the number of animals in shelters, or strays, that wouldn’t be as big of an issue. Walking down the street you see tons of homeless people holding up signs asking for work, money, food or prayers. When you see this some people feel pain and others tend to look right through it.
Wwhenever they are sick and need help, they never get special care from a vet to see if everything is okay., Mand most importantly, they never get love and affection. Some of them do not even know what love is and how it feels to have a owner that would do anything for their dog. Whenever the sick dogs breed they pass on that sickness to their puppies. Once their puppies get sick they only last about nine9 to ten10 days and then their sickness will cause them to die off. The owners of puppy mills will sell the puppies to Ppetsmart, Ppetco, and other breeders around the area.
Next, I will proceed with the common hygiene and health problems that are faced by those puppies. According to the article published in Animals in 2000, puppies suffer from open sores and skin infections due to being fed with cheap or maggot-infested food, assuming meal time are not missed. Most often, the supply of water being provided to the dogs is unhygienic and can be breeding ground for mosquitoes and algae. In the worst condition, some of the dogs are not even given water supply regularly and are left in extremely high temperatures causing them to become dehydrated. This is one of the reasons the puppies and their mothers die very frequently in the mills.
Breeding females are often killed, when they are useless to the mill. The puppies of the mother are just taken away from her and the puppies litter mates just at 6 weeks. The parents of the puppies are lucky enough to make it out of the mill alive, the same goes for puppies who are born with physical problems. This is an inhumane thing to do. Just think about what a fiendish thing that is to do to a living animal.
Thousands of animals across the United States are being beaten, starved, abandoned, and left to defend for themselves. Animal cruelty has become a nationwide problem in today's society. In the Public Service Announcement (PSA), "Sarah McLachlan Animal Cruelty", produced by the ASPCA, this commercial persuades the audience through pathos appeals, but the PSA's representation of the appeals of ethos and logos are showing animals in America suffering from cruelty and neglect every day. The ASPCA and spokesperson, Sarah McLachlan are trying to convey a message to the public that there is an urgent need to donate money to save the lives of animals being abused and neglected. This appeal to the ethical(ethos), emotional(pathos), and logical(logos) senses of the audience to expose the evils of animal cruelty and convey to the audience that animals are in need of help.
If dogs were allowed in the workplace they could cause a lot of problems. Ask a dog owner if they agree if dogs should be allowed in the workplace everyday. If we allow dogs in the workplace everyone who is allergic or have allergies would not be able to work there. Do our workplaces need your dogs or anyones dogs fur on the carpet or anywhere else so janitors have a harder job cleaning. Dogs do not belong in our
The physical suffering and discomfort that animals test subjects experience during research that are frequently faulty, limited, and expensive are the factors that advocates for stronger animal rights fight to end. Each day that an animal is subjected to animal testing is another day that they suffer. The test subjects become nothing but a prisoner to the scientists and researchers. Animals in laboratories are permitted by law to be “burned, shocked, poisoned, isolated, starved, drowned, addicted to drugs, and brain damaged” all for scientific research (“Cruelty to Animals”). As stated prior, once the experiments are over the animals either die or are thrown back into their confined cages or stocks and used for a later experiment.
Like hotels instead of kennels, braces to fix crooked teeth and other necessities that pet owners believe that they should have for their pet. For example in article “The Last Mewo” the Levering's paid fifteen thousands dollars even if they are in debt, low income, and going through health problem itself. This show us how they use money to save their pets just for few weeks instead of using the money for their own family issues. The money should go to those animals with actual necessities not the ones who are on the verge of death.Animal medicine and veterinary care is becoming pricier; also because our economy is going drastically down, prices of food, clothes, and medication is going up. Bilger believes that rather spending so much money on doing a kidney transplant one’s pet it’s better to put down that pet and stop all that suffering, pain, and wasteful
You call yourself an animal lover but no real animal lover would stand for the mistreatment in zoos. Imagine you are running through the forest with all your brothers and sisters with your mom watching closely from behind, but then with a crash you are awoken, the crash was just another zookeeper throwing you your daily meal of steak and anti depressants you
Animal cruelty can be either deliberate abuse or simply the failure to assume guardianship of an animal, whether it is a pet or a wildlife. Most of the people think that can take full care of their pet in a theoretical way but in substantial life, many of the pet end up with abandonment, cruelty and neglect (Lin, n.d.). According to an investigation of government data and scholarly surveys of the prevalence of animal abuse, each year nearly 1 million animals were being abused or get killed by domestic violence. Due to the endlessly cruelty and violence, extinction of animal species might occur. This is not animals deserving as they also have feeling and rights to survive as human beings.
The first puppy mills were built on a capitalistic mindset. Which was to produce as many dogs for the least amount of cost. Many puppy mill farmers had little to no experience with dog breeding and did not provide proper socializing or health care which are crucial in the dog 's first couple of weeks. Perhaps the scariest part about puppy mills is that society is letting animal cruelty live in the backyards of our nation. According to the Humane Society of the United States, of the estimated 10,000 puppy mills in the United States, less than thirty percent are actually regulated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (“Puppy Mills Research”).
Puppy mills are more prone to having diseases that are present from birth. This includes diseases that can lead to heart conditions and other blood and respiratory disorders that the puppy can develope. Since the puppies leave their mother at such a young age, they often have problems with anxiety and also may have behavior problems throughout their lifetime. Since the dogs spend most of their life in the cages their hair and nails can grow onto the cage, which causes them to be stuck in one spot and not be able to move. The spend most of their days unintended and fights could break out, and injurges are untreated.
Mange (parasitic mites on a dog’s skin), fleas, ticks, intestinal parasites, heartworm, and chronic diarrhea. Furthermore, puppies only have about six weeks to accommodate to their wire mesh cages before they are dragged away from their mothers and shipped off to pet stores at the age of six weeks. On their long and tiring journey without proper nourishment or accommodations, puppies develop fears that they should have gotten over as pups with attention, love, and care. When the puppies finally arrive in the pet store, they are afraid of human contact, can be aggressive, and suffer from fear and
But one day Lennie was in the barn with a dead puppy and she tries to talk but she keeps telling her she 's no good. start talk and she ask “don 't know why I can 't talk to you. I ain 't doing no harm.”(88) in the quote, she is frustrated about why people don 't talk to her. This show that she doesn 't like being ignored and wants someone so she can talk about the things she could have become. This book shows how people all want to belong and have a friend always there.
Noel, a 6-month old golden retriever, arrives on the front porch step of SICSA with a gleefully wagging tail and a heart bursting with love. Unfortunately, no room exists at SICSA for Noel, and they must turn her away to a shelter that can only do one thing: euthanize her. The argument over whether or not communities should institute no-kill shelters presents itself all over Ohio. Multiple people in Ohio believe that no-kill shelters cause financial stress on the community and prove to be a substantial hassle. However, in reality, no-kill shelters lower the overall costs of animal control with multiple methods.