Puppy mills are terrible for many reasons. First, they often kill dogs that get sick or hurt instead of treating them. Also, they give people sick or vicious dogs who many of them later get put down from a disease or a attack on another person or dog. The problem is that it is not their fault, as they normally get beaten or harassed and tortured at puppy mills, getting more vicious with each kick or swipe. Lastly, they are ¨stored¨ in terrible places, usually in their own feces and urine with minimal food and water, sometimes not enough to survive.
In order to fully understand the idea behind the Olympic Games and the Olympic movement, it is essential to create an understanding of the notion of Olympism. Olympism can be defined as a philosophy, which focuses of the interplay between the mind and the body, in which sportive activity takes the place of a service to society (Juilliart, 2012). In addition, there are three main Olympic values, which add to the notion of Olympism. Firstly, “excellence”; this value emphasizes the striving to reach personal goals, as well as overcoming personal barriers, which will aid in the development of the athlete on an individual level. Secondly, “friendship”; this was established to initiate the building of collaborations and positive relationships, overcoming various types of differences, on the basis of peaceful interactions and solidarity (Juilliart, 2012).
Animal cruelty, also called animal abuse, is the harming of animals or not caring for an animal responsibly. It is against the law to abuse animals, especially for personal benefits. Animal cruelty is a global problem that cannot be easily resolved. Studies have shown that more than 15 million animals are used for research purposes worldwide, often with little or no medical care. The most common form of animal cruelty is abandonment of animals by heartless owners that treat them like they are a piece of trash.
The owners of puppy mills will sell the puppies to Ppetsmart, Ppetco, and other breeders around the area. The people buying the puppies have no idea that they are sick and are in need of serious care of a veterinarian. They the breedersn sell the puppies at the local stores in town. The puppies will die from the sickness and possibly spread the disease to other animals in the
Imagine a rejected dog in his or her cage, at the animal shelter just waiting for the day to come when he or she will be adopted, loved, and cared for. Little do they realize that it is their last day alive on earth, not because they are a bad dog but only because of the lack of space provided in the shelter. Each year, 3.9 million cats and dogs are euthanized in the United States. I truly stand on the idea that all animals deserve a second chance. 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.
Abstract Human life is precious, then how about animals? Ending human life is considered as unethical and this is against the law. However, this does not apply to animals. Even though most families treat their animals as part of their family members, animal euthanasia is still a controversial issue nowadays. Millions of dogs are euthanized in each year and several methods are used by the veterinarian to put the animal to death.
ASSESSMENT CONCEPT PROPOSAL by HEIKE VAN WYK PROPOSAL submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the NATIONAL DIPLOMA FASHION PRODUCTION at the UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG LECTURER: R N HARVEY 23 OCTOBER 2015 BACKGROUND AND MOTIVATION According to (Michael Hopkins 2006:299) the aim of social responsibility is to create higher standards of living, while protecting the profitability of the corporation, for its stakeholders both within and outside the corporation. Corporate social responsibility is a management concept whereby companies integrate social and environmental concerns into their business operations and interactions with their stakeholders. A properly implemented corporate social responsibility
Extinct Animals Do you think people should try to save animals that are going extinct? Some people think we should cut down trees in jungles and build over habitats. I think people should take knowledge about all the animals that are extinct because of this.Animals are going extinct because of lots of thing such as pollution, and I think cutting down trees in jungles is wrong because those animals need that place to live and, because we are losing about 24 species of animals a day due to other things such as pollution and introduced species. Animals are going extinct because of habitat loss, pollution and introduced species and many more things. Due to greed for land, animals are losing habitats and then going extinct.
The market for these dogs is so high therefore the problem will never stop. What most people don't know is that there are animal rescue groups for every single purebred dog. These dogs came from puppy mills or owner surrenders and are given second chances. So if you need that perfect dog. At the very least adopt one.
Zoos are Internment Camps Many cruel things happen in zoos. An article from CBS News states that earlier this year in the UK, three Timber Wolves were shot dead by zookeepers because they escaped the zoo. The zookeepers could’ve figured out a safe way to spare those wolves. Zoos are internment camps for animals and need to be shut down. Zoos treat animals poorly, care more about profit, and rob them from having normal lives.