Why Dogs Shouldn T-For-Biting

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Dogs shouldn't be put down for biting. More than likely the dog was either defending itself or its human family. If the dog bites someone, you should first find out what happened and what the victim did to the dog. 100% of the time the person will say they did nothing to the dog and your beloved pet is crazy. I would but never believe that I had a dog that has bitten and nipped at people, but she only did it when that person was threatening her family she wasn't put down and there was no reason to. Dogs don't attack for no reason unless they are taught to and then you have to look at the owner not the animal. Try to reteach the dog and get him or her comfortable around people again but not kill it. How would you feel if someone killed you…show more content…
They walked an average of 300 minutes per week, compared with non-dog owners, who walked an average of 168 minutes per week, which in all could help you lose weight and make you healthy for a longer life. People who have strong connections to their pets also have social and relationship benefits. The researchers surveyed 500 18- to 26-year-olds and found that those who had “strong attachment to pets reported feeling more connected to their communities and relationships.” They also found that the more attached a person was to an animal as a teenager and young adult, the more empathetic and confident he or she was. Loneliness is common among the elderly. Studies have shown that in people 60 years of age and older, owning a dog were four times less likely to be diagnosed as clinically depressed. They are always happy to see you. Dogs get so excited when we come home and it always puts a smile on peoples faces. Dogs like to snuggle up to you and keep you warm when it’s chilly, especially when they're fluffy and soft. Kids learn about taking care of someone other than themselves like feeding the dog and taking them outside it really teaches kids how at a young age that they are responsible for their own things. Dog owners have a much higher rate of recovery from being sick than non-dog…show more content…
Dogfighting is a cruel practice, and it is a felony in every state of the United States and in many other nations around the world. But this is not just because of the actual fights. The process of raising and training, fighting dogs is also cruel and harmful to animals. The specific breeds used in dogfighting are usually American pit bull terriers, Staffordshire bull terriers, American Staffordshire terriers and bulldogs. Due to frequent interbreeding, these dogs are often referred to simply as pit bulls. The animals used in dog fights have specifically been bred over generations to enhance aggressiveness. 4.7 million people are bitten by dogs each year, but only 25 results in death and 2.7 million of these dogs get put down. So the dogs that are trained to fight should get help and retrained and given a second chance. They should make the owner of the dog pay a fee for jail time. Dogs that help with disabilities are Dogs give something to talk about between autistic children and their parents. They provide a non judgmental medium to communicate and have a common area of interest while also allowing them to benefit from the aforementioned ability to encourage communication. Therapy dogs can reduce blood pressure and help the patient relax in a more comfortable setting. A dog’s sense of touch can automatically send a positive receptor, such as a warm sensation between the
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