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    The Perfect Dog Breed for Your Zodiac Sign Are you in the market for a puppy, but not sure what to choose? While the considerations for adopting a puppy are not set in stone, it’s worthwhile to know which dog breed would suit your personality best. Check out these recommendations we’ve compiled to help you find the perfect dog breed for your zodiac sign! 1. Pisces (February 19 - March 20) - French Bulldog Pisces are extremely caring, loving, emotional and funny. They are one of the most sensitive

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    Stereotypical aggressive dog breeds should not be treated any different than other dogs. These idiosyncrasy stereotypes for these ‘aggressive’ dogs are ignoble. There are test now that can tell how aggressive a dog is, causing theses mendacious stereotypes to be eschewed. Aggression has nothing to do with a breed of dog, and people can twist things to make a dog look aggressive. Onus of safety for a community is priority; aggressive dogs are imminent on community safety and need to be punished for

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    A breed of beef cattle is an Angus. An Angus can be black or red. Blank Angus cattle originated in Scotland, while red Angus cattle originated in the United States. Both are naturally polled, or dehorned, which gives more opportunity for crossbreeding for that specific genetic trait. Angus cattle mature quickly, and are a moderate size. Black Angus cattle have the largest number of annual registrations in the United States, making it the most common kind of beef cattle in the US. Red Angus cattle

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    Greed is the only sin that will tear mothers from their children and families. In the year of 1926, the new founded author D.H Lawrence had witnessed many years of poverty within his own community and even family. Having been in such a poor situation, he was inspired to write a novel to show how less fortunate families reacted to not being able to afford living, representing how greedy they can be. Within the story he included realistic problems that were present within 1920’s America, specifically

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    The parable of The Prodigal Son and the short story of The Rocking-Horse Winner have many similarities as well as differences. The Prodigal Son was written by St. Luke and is recorded in the book of Luke in the Bible. D.H. Lawrence wrote the short story: The Rocking-Horse Winner. Both of these stories are fiction based, and they hold many good lessons to learn from them. The story of The Prodigal Son is found in Luke 15 and it was recorded in the scriptures by St. Luke. This is a parable found in

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    Keeping Wild-Caught Animals is Inhumane Many wild animals are taken into people’s homes every day. Wild animals are causing harm to people in their homes. Some people argue that animal attacks are caused by the owners rather than the animal itself. Wild caught animals need to be taken out of people’s homes, and put in places fit for the animal. Keeping wild caught animals is unsafe. According to the article, “Keeping Wild Caught Animals - Unsafe, Illegal, Inhumane”, it is very dangerous to own

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    In the Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller and The Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry, Willy Loman and Walter Younger are very much alike. Some things that they have in common are that they both need money to take care of their families, they both treat their wives poorly, and they both fail to become rich and known. That is just a couple of things that Willy Loman an Walter Younger have in common. One thing that Willy and Walter have in common is that they both need to make money to take

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    While there are many breeds of hypoallergenic dogs, if you are looking for a dog that is unique, then you may want to research hairless breeds. While many people believe these breeds are made up of small dogs, this is not always the case. Medium sized dogs can also be found. Four types of hairless breeds include: the Mexican Hairless, the American Hairless Terrier, the Chinese Crested, and the Peruvian Hairless. If you are considering buying one of these breeds, you may have to search for a breeder

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    as the most dangerous breed of dog in America. Many pit bulls have been killed by law because they have attacked and/or killed people and were deemed too dangerous to the public. Pit bulls aren’t naturally aggressive, the reputation of the breed, their experiences, and their owners not properly training them, make them aggressive. People raise bigger dogs to be aggressive because of their size and appearances. Any dog can be trained to be aggressive, although only power breeds such as the german shepherd

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    CKC Classification

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    Maltese CKC Classification: The Maltese breed is classified by the CKC as being part of the “toy” category of dogs. Country of Origin and Use: Maltese have no definitive place of origin, but is labeled as being of spaniel origin. Originally known as the Canis Melitaeus, some believe the breed may have originated around the island of Malta. Maltese dogs had no specific use; instead, they were kept as household pets. Appearance: The Maltese is well known for its long, silky single-layer white coat

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    for this breed crossing is to create a medium sized diabetic alert and great companion dog for the elderly. It has become more popular among the elderly to adopt or buy small breed dogs as companion dog, this is due to the inability to physically control a larger breed dog, or the unwanted responsibility that comes with a dog of a larger breed. The issue with a small breed, such as a chihuahua, is that it may get stepped on, tripped over, or hurt. By creating a well tempered medium sized dog, it eliminates

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    and Demand: The supply and demand for dogs is very high. Purebred dogs are usually more wanted or demanded than mixed breeds. This is most likely for their outward beauty and specific features. However, purebreds have their pros and cons. Firstly, a purebred dog takes away from shelters. Millions of healthy mutts are stuck in cages in animal shelters and pounds. You may be getting a beautiful dog that is flawless in appearance but sick underneath. Mixed breeds are just as beautiful as and even more

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    Aussie's Disease

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    AUSTRALIAN TERRIER ORIGIN AND HISTORY The Australian terrier appeared in 1868 as a hunter in the bushland. The breed traces its origin to several terriers, including the Cairn, Dandie Dinmont and Skye. It is the first Australian breed to be recognized and shown in its native land and recognized internationally. It was recognized by the AKC in 1960. DESCRIPTION Australian Terriers (Aussies) are unusually responsive, and some are also quite sensitive. They perform better than most terriers

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    Essay On Purebreds

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    Mutts vs. Purebreds Purebreds are the dog everyone knows and loves with all their heart, but the truth about them will raise many questions. Mutts, or mixed breed dogs, are always underestimated because they do not belong to one certain breed. This causes them to end up in pounds all around the world because they aren’t as easily identified as some purebred dogs. Although purebreds are beautiful, in my opinion mutts make a better dog because mutts are more natural, cost less, and are generally

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    animals, and therefore, should not be banned. Reasons for this opinion are former respect, media bias, and other breeds also being dangerous. Once respected First of all, before the civil war pit bulls were a working breed that gained much respect. According to source 3, by the 1900’s one of the most popular was the pit bull. These dogs were kept as pets, guardians, herders, and hunters. One dog in particular, Stubby of the 102nd an infantly division, was said to save his platoon by warning them of a

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    Fox Terrier History

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    HISTORY John "Jack" Russell, dog breed developer and namesake of this and other white terriers. This breed shares a common history with the Jack Russell Terrier until the early 1980s. This type of small white terrier dates back to the work of the Reverend John Russell, born in 1795. In 1819 he purchased a small white and tan female terrier named Trump from a milkman in the hamlet of Elmsford. She formed the basis for his breeding program, and by the 1850s the dogs were recognised as a distinct type

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    history and struggle to get the breed where it is today and the competition between the North American and European standards of what the breed should be. It goes through how the dog will act and common problems that you should be aware of before purchasing it. The history of the french bulldog is very rich particularly in the history of its predecessors the bulldog. Many people do not know but the original bulldog is originated from a Mastiff specifically the Alaunt a war dog and protector. Later the romans

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    Why Do Pitbulls Be Banned

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    “The breed isn’t the problem, the owner is. 80 percent of the hundreds of Pit bulls seized and killed every year by animal control in Prince George’s County, MD, because of a dog breed- specific ban are ‘nice, family dogs’, 84 percent of dogs involved in fatal attacks were neglected or abused, and 86 percent of fatal dog attacks involve unneutered male dogs” stated by the Reeves Law Group. (Reeves Law Group. “The Pit Bull’s Bad Rap: Dispelling Common Myths About America’s Most Feared Dog Breed”) Although

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    Pitbulls

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    population of bully breeds, in residences as well as shelters. Many people have a misunderstanding about the breed in my community, because of the influence of the media. Most statistics show that the bully breed plays a big role in deaths and attacks. Sadly, people fail to realize that it is not the breed’s fault; it is the owners. Pitbulls are taken advantage of by back yard breeders and bad owners, and the only thing these dogs want is to have a loving home. What makes these dogs different from others

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    Labrador Retriever Essay

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    THE HUNGARIAN HOUND aka TRANSYLVANIAN HOUND When the nomadic Magyar tribes finally settled in the Carpathian basin, around 895 A.D. they brought their animals with them, including, horses, sheep, cattle, shepherd dogs, guard dogs and ancient hunting dogs. Subsequently, these Magyar hunting hounds mixed with existing hounds that were left behind in temporary settlements by nomadic migrations, including Eurasian nomads, Iranian nomadic pastoral people, Romans, Celtic tribes, and Huns.

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