1019HUM Foundations of Academic Writing Final Essay Griffith University
Every year hundreds of thousands of puppies are brought into the world by mass-breeding operations called puppy factories (also called puppy mills). These factories provide most of the puppies sold in pet stores, so they continue to be highly profitable and flourish. Here, dogs are housed in deprived conditions, mainly for “breeding stock” animals. These animals are continually bred for years for years, without the company of humans and with little hope of ever becoming part of a family. When these breeding dogs outlive their usefulness they are usually killed, sold to another factory, …show more content…
Only wealthy people could afford to keep and feed a dog that did not work for his living. The average person would have expected the companion dogs to at least alert them when intruders arrived, to work as herding animals or to help hunt for food. Working dogs that assist people in many ways other than simply providing companionship are still highly regarded and valued in modern days. Dogs are required for herding, hunting in its different forms as assistance dogs to people with disabilities, as guards, racing dogs, and police dogs. A variety of different training and conditioning methods are used, some less humane than others. Their fates after working lives are also diverse. Considering working dogs and their roles in the light of dog welfare is something that could fill an entire volume, but certain aspects of their treatment and functions are considered. The welfare of dogs used for different functions varies, and it is not easy to discuss the degree of welfare cooperation due to a lack of detailed research into the activity (Duckworth, …show more content…
In return, the same dog counts on you to offer her foodstuff, safe shelter, water, exercise, companionship, regular veterinary care, and more. Dogs are living creatures that require food, brushing, exercise, baths and love. Cleanliness of dogs makes a huge impression on the people around us. Dogs should be free from parasites, cleaned, brushed, and their nails trimmed. In addition, you must pick up after your companion relieves himself.
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