Untrained Pit bulls are the ones that bite. These dogs are the ones that made the reputation for the rest, but the dogs themselves are not the ones to blame- it’s the owners. Taking care of a Pit is not easy, the same as any other dog, but when a Pit is little it needs to be spayed or neutered so they are not aggressive. Cowell, the producer of the film “How to Train Your Dragon” wrote, “Good dragons under the control of bad people do bad things”. This is exactly right for Pit bulls; they are not the problem it's the people.
“When someone says the name “Pit Bull”, most people either think that of a vicious dog or aware that others think of them that way”. (“The Truth behind the Pit Bull Terrier.”) Most people think that since Pit Bulls have a strong, fierce appearance they are aggressive. Seeing people be afraid of a Pit Bull is upsetting, they 're missing out on so much. There is no other breed that stirs up so much emotion. If you adopt a Pit Bull from a shelter and they are aggressive, then they were most likely abused or abandoned by their past owner.
“Hold back the abuse,” “Someone needs to demand actions,” “The circus abuses animals,”- these may all be phrases that one has heard countless times. However, people 's actions prove otherwise. In fact from the United States, the circus receives roughly 10.36 million people every day (The Statistics Portal). This includes families that take their young children to watch these shows for “entertainment”, not knowing the amount of damage these performances cause to these innocent animals performing. The commonly expected effects that have ensued in the cause of animals in the circus living in a state of depression include violent addressing and the removal of animals from their natural habitat.
A big issue issue on animal abuse is animal cruelty towards dogs. One crime that still fools people is the puppy mill. There are an estimated 10,000 puppy mills in the U.S. alone each breeding upwards of 200 dogs a year. They trick people in the cruelest way, as they sell sick or vicious puppies to unknowing victims. Puppy mills are terrible for many reasons.
The dogs bite and tear at this dog to weaken the opposing animal killing it or putting it close to it ,meaning basically it prepares this dog that is about to fight how to act, during the real deal. Dog fighting is illegal in most countries with varying levels of enforcement.That way this owner has a dog that is prepared to get him/her the most money possible. Puppy mills are another way of cruelty to dogs,they are based upon, pure greed,where profit is the given priority over the well-being of the dogs. These puppies are cramped up in a “large” scale breeding facility. There is an estimated 10,000 puppy mills in the U.S, once the puppy turns eight weeks, the facilities can begin to sell them for
The meat-packing industries carelessness towards their workers are physically endangering them daily. “Men who used knives on the sped-up assembly lines frequently lost fingers. Men who hauled 100-pound hunks of meat crippled their backs” (Constitutional Rights Foundation). The repetitive endangerment of these businesses’ workers highlight the industry’s unnatural greed and lack of empathy. The damages that are inflicted on their workers can be critical, life-changing or even lethal.
Virtue can certainly bring success, some moral business men have earned reputations and profit off of their integrity, honesty, honor, and wisdom; but most often morals a businessman 's downfall. There is a principle behind morals that is not dépendant on success. For example say a wolf is attacking someone a man comes and kills the wolf because it 's the right thing and because his virtue tells him its so. Then another time someone is being attacked by a bear so he goes and tries to stop it, which is still the right thing to do. However the bear overpowers him and he is killed.
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
He failed to understand his obligations and responsibilities as an Owner of the dogs and thus with his negligence, caused fatal damage to Sue and her family. He allows the dogs to be uncontrolled in its perimeters and risked the potential harm that the dogs will provide because they are not kept tamed from other personnel. Without proper education of the dogs and the awareness of oneself to reduce the potential risk that his dogs provide, Peter will be held responsible for the damage cause in this
Yet, people see this scenario as the opportunity to increase prices of animal parts due to the rarity of the species survival. This furthers pushes a species to extinction as people are driven by high profits to continue killing and poaching animals. 3) Low level of consequences The law is generally lenient when it comes to the penalty of illegal wildlife trading. Thus, many poachers continue to carry out poaching as there is no serious consequence that deters them from committing their actions. The main leaders of the poaching companies are often left uncaught as only those working on the fields are arrested and charge, allowing the businesses to continue to prosper with the killing of more animals.