In my five paragraph essay I will show my evidence and reasons to prove my side. Then I will show evidence of people that say the Iditarod is animal cruelty. Iditarod dog sled racing is not a form of animal cruelty or animal negligence. My first piece of evidence is only 142 dogs have died since 1973 (Gerken). 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).
According to the statistic that completed by SPCA Selangor, there are over 2 million of unwanted stray dogs forced to be euthanized, and more than 500 abandoned dogs have been put to sleep every day on average in Malaysia shelters while they estimated only one stray dog to be adopted among the furry friends. This has also led to the several issues such as the overpopulation of the stray dogs, dog’s aggression, rabies, and even the animal shelters overcrowded. Overpopulation is one of the crises that cannot be ignored as they can be removed and quickly replaced all the time. The Government of Malaysia accustomed to using to deal with this problem through some ineffective and cruel ways like shooting, poisoning, and electrocution. Despite all that, these cruel methods do not help to decrease the overpopulation of the stray
How many of you guys own a pet that 's been adopted from a shelter? Did you guys know that there are “3 million cats and dogs euthanized in shelters each year, approximately 2.4 million (80%) are healthy and treatable and could have been adopted into new homes.” There are so many great animals that are in shelters that need love and affection but everyone wants an animal that is a baby and a certain breed. Every animal deserves a second chance. If you were to adopt an animal, you would be changing an animals life. Shelters have a kill list to where the animal will get euthanized in a period of time.
It is not hard to find this out since the latest news page on their official website only updates 3 times a year, and their newest post dates back to 2013 June 5th. Private training centers do their jobs well but they are more likely to train police dogs, rescue dogs. In addition, some people even argue that “since China is at the stage where GDP is the biggest concern, laws that protect animals, especially dogs, are unnecessary” . People don’t understand“ why volunteers from Animals Asia Foundation help dogs when there are still starving kids in China”, according to a phone interview with an Animals Asia Foundation
1.) What people, organization, and technology factors were behind Cincinnati Zoo losing opportunities to increase revenue? The people factor behind Cincinnati Zoo losing opportunities to increase revenue was the poor management. When the senior management reviewed the operations of the zoo, they found that the managers did not had a knowledge of the business processes happening in the zoo on a day-to-day basis. This lack of knowledge prevented them from getting to know their customers.
People should adopt dogs from shelters and rescue organizations because it can not only save them money, but help stop overcrowding in shelters, and end the production of puppy mills. There are too many animals and not enough homes. Shelters have been facing a pet overpopulation problem for the last few decades. Many animals are found wandering around streets as strays, and some are given up by their owners who no longer want to, or cannot provide care for them. To help reduce pet overpopulation, it is important to have your pet sterilized, this is an effective method and will not cause pets to reproduce.
"Pet Overpopulation"). Lastly, "56% of dogs and 71% of cats that enter animal shelters are euthanized, 10% of the animals received by shelters have been spayed or neutered, while 78 percent of dogs and 88 percent of cats are not spayed or neutered” (PAWS. "Pet
These animals are often left on the streets to fend for themselves. “We previously picked animals on the streets, but now I found them at my doorstep,” Carmen Cintron, founder and administrator of Santuario Canita in Guayama, told Puerto Rican newspaper El Vocero. Santuario Canita, which provides shelter to 740 dogs and 12 cats, is unable to receive more pets after Hurricane Maria’s aftermath. “We lost at least 20 animals, not because they were physically injured but because they felt anxiety and fear from the hurricane,” Cintron added, “We could have moved 200 animals to a school or another refuge, but that could have been even more dangerous.” Claribel Pizarro, executive assistant at the Humane Society of Puerto Rico said that the situation was horrible. Pizarro added that people turn in pets
Due to the horrible environment zoos provide for the animals, they also suffer serve illnesses and lack nutrition. “...98% of free-range farmers believe that their animals are happy and have had 20% less sickness than caged zoo animals” (Annabelle). Zoos are stress makers for the animals in them. They are trapped in prison without committing a crime. That causes stress to the animals and increases the chance to suffer from psychoses.
In any case, government can't generally avoid it on the grounds that there are many stray canines and they don't have cash to spend it to the economy that is falling flat. The Maharishi Valmiki is the main doctor's facility in the city of Delhi that treats rabies patients, a large number of whom are poor and uneducated and the majority of whom are kids and youngsters. For instance, Pinkish Kumar, a five-year-old from a Delhi ghetto, who was conveyed to the healing facility griping that he was not able swallow water. Dread of water or hydrophobia is one of the ailment's obvious indications. Pinkish had been chomped by a pooch.