That is why you will see many dogs sleeping under a table or a piece of furniture. The dogs need a safe area to call their own. Puppies learn from their mother that they should not soil their sleeping area. (Bohnenkamp) The Puppy's Arrival The puppy must have positive associations regarding the crate. The crate needs to be comfortable for the dog.
When owners praise the dogs for doing one of those, its making the dog think t... ... middle of paper ... ...gs when they're down! Works Cited Garrett, Leslie. "Do Biting Dogs Deserve a Second Chance?" Do Biting Dogs Deserve a Second Chance? By Leslie Garrett, 2009.
Guide dogs have a profound impact on people’s lives as well as a vast history, extensive training, and pairing dogs with the blind. It is necessary for guide dogs to have a good disposition so that they are able to lead the blind person intelligently and safely. Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, German Shepherds, and Standard Poodles are most commonly used in leading the blind because they are intelligent and hard workers. These dogs are all well recognized breeds that have great dispositions. “These qualities include good disposition, intelligence, physical fitness, and responsibility” (“Guide Dog”).
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It would be difficult to provide provisions for such an animal and if one were unsuccessful, they befall a risk of becoming their pet wolf’s next meal. In present day, people adopt canines for numerous reasons. The most common reported reason for acquiring a canine is for companionship, followed by promotion of exercise, proceeded by protection, and finally for breeding or showing (Jagoe & Serpell, 1996). A study performed by Andrew Jagoe and James Serpell (1996) revealed that dogs acqui... ... middle of paper ... ...ell, V. (2008). Inside animal minds.
Is this really a way to treat mans best friend? Every one can make a change and this is how. Before having a puppy a owner must know what supplies to have for his/her puppy these supplies include, but are not limited to: two bowls, a bed, toys, puppy treats, puppy food, grooming tools, harness, and tag. Some of these supplies are not necessary but they are recommended. A dog tag and leach is one of the most important of them all because if someone finds a dog and it has a tag they will more then likely try to locate the owner and if a shelter finds them they will make sure to return them.
The operators keep the puppies in “relative darkness” so the puppies seldom cry or draw attention. The dogs in puppy mills rarely receive medical attention. The females are dissipated because of the never-ending period of “producing and nursing litters.” Most dogs have “chronic ailments, rotten teeth, and ear, eye, and skin infections.” Many of the puppies purchased from puppy mills are un-healthy and not well-adjusted. The puppies have a high prevalence of hereditary syndromes and illnesses, and difficulties that occurs following the “purchase.” After the females cannot produce anymore liters... ... middle of paper ... ...ks Cited Black, Lisa, and Jeff Long. "Animal Activists Target Big Breeders and Puppy Mills."
"Pit bull - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary." Merriam-webster.com, 2013. Web. 27 Nov 2013. . National Canine Research Council.