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    Let us imagine that to play a joke on her new friend Suzy, Jenny tells her all about her cocker spaniel. Jenny tells Suzy that her dog’s name is Sally, that Sally has long blonde hair, and that she loves to eat table scraps. The only problem is that Sally does not really exist ¾ but Jenny doesn’t tell this to Suzy. Because of this, Suzy forms all sorts of beliefs about Jenny’s cocker spaniel. She believes that it is named Sally, that it has long blonde hair and loves to eat table scraps, and perhaps

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    Mans best friend

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    friend? For many dog owners the answer would be loyalty. In a story from the Christian Science Monitor author William H. Carlile wrote, “There is a hero on West Eunice Street just outside the suburb of Tucson: a two-year-old female English Springer Spaniel named Brandy. She is credited by law-enforcement officials with attacking and chasing off an intruder last year at the home of her owners, Jerry and Kendal Plank, despite having been shot five times by a 9mm semiautomatic machine gun.”(11) This story

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    Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

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    To start things off, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniels had a lot of speculation about their actual origins. Many people think the Cavaliers are descendants of the Spaniel Gentle dogs, which were called that because women often used them as comforters on long trips since they are so gentle. The Cavaliers are toy spaniels, meaning their nose is shorter than the average dog. The cousins of the Cavalier include the Springer and the Cocker Spaniel. Many royals love this type of dog, and during the Victorian

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    Dog is Man's Best Friend

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    BAM! Dogs, now a man's best friend. The most common pet, thanks to wolves. Now let's go way back in time before dogs existed. Now, wolves gradually evolved into dogs. A wolf and a dog are the same species. They also have the same DNA. Hunting dogs are more related to wolves. Some people long ago tried to breed dogs by changing their features. For example, a doberman pinscher got most of its tail cut off. Now they have such small tails! A corgi has a natural tail. A great dane has surgically

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    Benefits Of Pet Ownership

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    signs up for! After all, an owner should keep their pet the happiest and healthiest it can, and if their pet is happy, they will get the same care and attention in return from their pet. Also, according to graphiq.com, discussing the “friendly cocker spaniel, which has the highest number of health concerns. While known to have a variety of

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    now, English Springer Spaniels have helped humans in many ways, along with being a great companion. From hunting to royalty.From show and spring. Springers have always been loyal and beautiful,but don't forget a great hunter too. The English Springer Spaniel was brought to England from Spain around 1570. Then they were called Norfolk Spaniels. In 1880, they were classified different from the Cocker Spaniel. Springers are the oldest of the spaniels. English Springer Spaniels are twenty-eighth in the

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    dog Precious is my most treasured and loyal friend. On December 24, 1993 I opened my mom’s purse to get some Tylenol and out popped a little puppy. Its fur was soft and blonde, she had freckles on her nose, and she had droopy eyes. It was a Cocker Spaniel. She was so adorable that my family and I decided to name her “Precious.” She was the greatest present anyone could have asked for. Precious, unlike most dogs, has lived an incredible life. She has been dog knapped three different times and

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    Taoism and Western Moral Philosophy

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    Taoism presents a moral philosophy that at first seems very different from most western moral philosophies which, though very different, usually understand morality as a set of restraints on behavior or a common set of principles (common virtues). Western moral philosophy, in general, emphasizes constraining behavior that stems from desire. Taosim's emphasis is dealing directly with controlling ones desire by eliminating them. Taoism and western moral philosophy deal with desire but Taoism deals

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    It is actually a good thing to get animals from shelters because other wise they will probably die soon. When I lived in Texas, my family got our dog from a sale where they were selling abandoned dogs that they rescued. We got a black pekingese cocker spaniel mix, named Luna. Since we rescued her, we have had her for nine years. Rescuing a dog can do a lot for the shelter and your family, so I deeply recommend rescuing a dog. Sadly three million, dogs are killed at animal shelters every year. Breeding

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    In Jonathan Safran Foer’s “Let Them Eat Dog”, he discusses a controversial, yet debatable topic. The topic concerns the eating of dogs, and whether or not it is moral and right. This is an issue that has two sides to consider; it is either completely right or completely wrong, there is no in-between. The argument to eat dog is presented with the use of ethos, pathos, and logos. Foer has a number of important arguments why eating dogs is moral and unmoral, in the end he leaves it to the judgment of

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