Steve Austin, who is elite dog trainer, said, “Anyone who has a pit bull would never admit it.” In April 26, 2014, the events is from the Daily Telegraph reported by Janet Fife-Yeomans. Pandelis Germanos, who has Caeser and another four pitbull-type dogs which is to prevent his house was got hurt from his Caesar and another four Pitbull-type dogs. When she tried to pull Caesar off her mother, she lost his two fingers. Another true event happened in 27 May, 2013, this events’ source is from The Daily Telegragh. Three vicious dogs savaged a man who is jogging.
in which he makes an interesting and well crafted argument supporting the Korean practice. In this article, Saletan effectively deconstructs the opposing arguments and makes the strong counter-point on logical, moral, and emotional grounds, that the movement to outlaw dog meat in South Korea has an undercurrent of cultural arrogance and even racism. The strongest argument against the dog meat industry centers on the treatment of the dogs that are often killed by ?beating, strangling, [and] boiling? instead of more humane methods such as electrocution. Unnecessary cruelty against animals is universally considered wrong, and is in many cases illegal, and that is what makes this argument effective.
On top of the very overwhelming numbers of euthanized animals, PETA has become infamous in the world of protesting. Early in 2009, two PETA supporters made quite the scene when they rallied the 133rd annual Westminster dog show dressed in full KKK attire (Farris). They handed out brochures accusing the American Kennel Club (AKC) of wanting “master races” of pedigree canines. A bystander who witnessed this event in front of Madison Sq... ... middle of paper ... ... Farris, Gene. "PETA dresses in KKK gard outside Westminster Dog Show."
A veil of ignorant point of view would completely neglect that harm humans are doing to the poor animals by experimenting on them as this perspective would only focus on the advantages of animal testing. The golden mean perspective would feel that animal testing is not right in all circumstances but sometimes experimenting on animals can be right as it can be beneficial for humans although harmful for animals at the same time too. References Berlin, Ann. “Animal Testing: Why it is Morally Offensive.” Animal Liberation Front.com. 13 Nov. 2006.
They all died” (Tatchell). If a disease is unique to a human being, then testing on a dog is going to interfere with the success of a drug. Testing on the animal could prove to be going significantly well and when human trials start, the drug has the potential to kill the human trial subject. The fact that animal testing is torturous and cruel may be why... ... middle of paper ... ...te having been declared safe after 7 years of animal research” (Tatchell). The fact is animal testing should be banned because different species have different reactions to drugs.
Animal testing needs to be eliminated for a number of reasons. Most experiments, which involve animals, are flawed and never used on humans, wasting the lives of those animals. Animal testing, which violates animal’s rights, is expensive, unreliable, and unsafe. It is important to know the horrific facts about animal testing as well as the alternative methods; therefore, humanity can better the economy, and not only human lives but also animals lives. The term “animal testing” refers to experimentations on living animals for the purpose of research into biology and illnesses, assessing effectiveness of new medicinal products, and testing the human health and environmental safety of consumer and industry products such as cosmetics, ... ... middle of paper ... ...s well as researchers should proceed in creating a law that protects animals from animal cruelty during experimentation.
Yet somehow people still discriminate a breed they cannot identify. Luckily, many professional opinions put such discriminations to rest (Madhani, Tullis). Many people doubt that aggressive pit bulls can be rehabilitated, but dog training professionals would argue otherwise. People in opposition to owning pit bulls feel that the dogs put society in danger because of their behavioral traits. Many also believe that
Logos allows PETA to explain why people should be pro animal euthanasia with facts, statistics, and reasoning. To further their claim that the 'No Kill' policy is making the animal control problem worse, PETA explains that the "bodies of nearly 16,000 dogs and nearly 12,000 cats were scraped off the streets and properties in just one year" (Cit). PETA is using textual evidence to support that because of San Antonios 'No Kill' policy, the city is being flooded with homeless animals. This evidence shows the readers that PETA is not basing this article on bias and opinion. PETA continues with more statistics; "When one hoarding facility masquerading as a "rescue" in San Jose, California, caught fire, nearly 100 cats burned to death inside carriers, unable to flee while the plastic melted down on top of them" (Cit).